The idea of a superb night out in Glasgow is possibly one of the main reasons to visit. The quality and quantity of restaurants and bars is a sight to behold.
Whether you fancy a classic cocktail, gin and tonic, or wine and beer you’ll be spoilt for choice with options of places to visit in the city centre, including our own hotel bar. As for restaurants, literally the world is your oyster with so many delicious food outlets throughout the city. Here is a list of some of our favourite places to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (Apart from our own hotel of course!)
If eating clean and vegan is important to you, then head to Soul Food Kitchen on Sauchiehall Street. Open Thursday – Sunday, you can eat in or take out. Booking is recommended.
‘Cail Bruich’ is Glasgow’s only Michelin star restaurant, so if you have a special event to celebrate or just want to experience the very best of Scottish cuisine, this is the restaurant for you. A word of caution, due to its popularity you may need to book several days or weeks in advance.
At the weekends especially, the joy of taking your time over a hearty brunch is immense. Glasgow is full of cracking places to breakfast and brunch all day long including The Wilson Street Pantry in the heart of the Merchant City.
For an authentic taste of Glasgow that covers either a hearty Scottish Breakfast or elegant afternoon tea, a visit to the Tearooms, Mackintosh at the Willow should be high on the list. With 200 seats over 3 levels, you will dine in elegance and marvel at the genius of Glasgow’s most famous archictect.
You could literally spend days visiting some of the most wonderful museums and galleries during your stay.
Glasgow has always had a rich and diverse music heritage and also became the UK’s first UNESCO City of Music.
Glasgow tourist attractions are plentiful. Relax and enjoy a fun-filled break ibn Glasgow. Great selection of attrractions.