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~ FOOD AND DRINK ~

We understand that planning your trip to Glasgow whether on business or for leisure purposes may involve finding somewhere nearby our hotel to eat and drink. As the sun sets you may also want to find a quiet cosy local pub or perhaps kick back at a live music venue. For all of this, we have some great recommendations for you listed below. Our helpful staff can also guide you in the right direction.

TOP SPOTS FOR BRUNCH INCLUDE:

Breakfasts and brunches
The Brunch Club

The Brunch Club has redefined how we breakfast, brunch and lunch. Located just stones throw away from the Kelvingrove Museum, they are famous for their “boozy brunch.” Who wants a bellini with their pancakes?

The Wilson Street Pantry

If you are looking for a top-notch Scottish breakfast or brunch, you may consider taking the time to head over to this eatery. An all-day brunch is available and includes their infamous Stornoway pudding! Need we say more.

Tribeca

Following the opening the restrictions lifted, this popular diner on Dumbarton Road and merchant city offers walk-in’s only, no need to reserve. Make sure to give yourselves plenty of time to go through what is an amazing array of options on their brunch and dinner menus. A suitable place to eat at any time of the day.

Eusebi Deli

Here is the perfect choice for your brunch or lunch with a twist. All the usual favourites are available but with a difference. A Scottish and Italian culinary fusion experience awaits. You’ll find them at 152 Park Road, Glasgow.

Celinos

If the vibe on Dumbarton Road, is a draw for you, Celinos is an award-winning café that has superb choices on its breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Not only is it terrific value but it’s one that all the family will enjoy.

Singl end Cafe and Bakehouse

Café and bakehouse that makes all its dishes from scratch. Inventive sandwich selections, homemade soup and super-fresh bread.

Sonny and Vito's
Cote Brasserie
Kothel
Epicures by Cial Bruich
Morning Glory by Five March

IT’S TEATIME IN GLASGOW

Cream tea anyone
Mackintosh at the Willow

Afternoon Tea at the Willow Tearooms is the best “pick me up” you could ask for in between shopping and sightseeing in Glasgow. Enjoy the best of seasonal fare including Vanilla sponge, scones and jam, fruit tarts and all the trimmings. Nicely finished with a pot of tea or coffee. This is one place we strongly advice booking in advance.

Cup Tea Rooms
Cranachan

LUNCH & DINNER?

LUNCH DINNER
Gamba

They self-describe as a ‘A Glasgow Institution’, and we can heartily agree with this statement. Included in the Michelin Guide this year, as a specialist seafood restaurant in Glasgow, this is one eatery to consider if your budget is flexible, and you can book your table well in advance, such is its popularity.

Stravaigin

A popular spot amongst locals for a glass of wine or a bite to eat, expect an excellent plate of food just the right side of fine dining.

julie's kopitiam

For Delicious Malaysian Street Food, head to Glasgow’s south side and enjoy what is on offer at Julie’s Kopitiam

Paesano Pizza

Pizza is a staple of our diet nowadays in Scotland. Here, you’ll enjoy a taste of Napoletana Pizza without having to leave the country. They have 10 pizza choices, deserts and beverages allowing them to focus on the quality and consistency of their delicious pizzas. Walk in service.

The Gannet

Award winning restaurant celebrating the best in Scottish produce. Dictated by the rhythms of the British seasons in a relaxed setting.

Rioja Finnieston

Authentic tastes of Spain right in the heart of Glasgow. Delicious tapas dishes cooked to order, boasting the finest Spanish ingredients.

Big Feed Kitchen
Shucks Glasgow
Five March
Ubiquitous Chip
The Butchershop Bar & Grill
Cail Bruich
Porter & Rye
The Ivy Glasgow
Six by Nico

BARS?

food and drink
Chinaskis

A favourite amongst Charing Cross locals, expect a dimly lit but sleek interior and a laid-back vibe. Great food and drinks with a cosy interior.

the hug and pint

Open from 12 noon to midnight daily, this is a vegan bar, restaurant and music venue combined. We love the name as much as the food and drink served here. The menu is predominantly inspired by Asian food and bear in mind, once you arrive here, you may not leave such is the atmosphere.

The Drake

A cosy country style pub with a great beer garden. Delicious pub grub in a friendly atmosphere. Also offers a function room upstairs.

Boom Battle Bar Glasgow
Oran Mor
The Finnieston Bar & Restaurant
Jinty McGuintys Irish Bar
The Gardener
Brel
Embargo Glasgow
Hard Rock Cafe
Lebowskis West

More things to see and do in Glasgow

tours

Tours

Touring Glasgow is so easy with the option to travel by foot, bike, or bus.

top attractions

Top Attractions

So many fantastic attractions waiting to be discovered, places to visit and more.

shopping

Shopping

Shopping is national pastime in Glasgow, and you’ll find all your favourite high street shops.

THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Recognised as Scotland’s best loved interior designer and architect.

things to do

Things to do with Kids

Glasgow is most definitely a family friendly city in the Scotland, UK.

theatres

Arts and Entertainment

It really is a top city if your keen on culture and contemporary culture.

parks and gardens

GLASGOW'S PARK & GARDENS

Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.

concert venues

CONCERT VENUES IN GLASGOW

The city has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the UK.