A barman making cocktails, Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
Merchant Square in the Merchant City, Glasgow
During your break to Glasgow, stop off at one of the region’s bars and pubs. Enjoy a hearty welcome, great food and a variety of beers, wines, ales and spirits.
With such an excellent variety of watering-holes, you’re spoilt for choice when finding a bar or pub to suit you.
If you’re looking for a cosmopolitan night life and a vibrant arts and culture scene, then Glasgow is the place to be. For a great traditional pub, visit the Horseshoe Bar in the city centre which is recognised as having the longest continuous bar in the UK.
There are also many stunning style bars across the city, so why not enjoy cocktails at the Corinthian Club before heading off to the ballet or opera?
Away from the city, there’s a great selection of traditional bars and pubs to enjoy from Biggar to Paisley. Why not find out more about the beer and whisky which is produced in the region at a local drink attraction?
For quality fresh food and a fantastic range of wines coupled with stunning contemporary design, a relaxed atmosphere and excellent service - whether you are visiting for business or pleasure - you can be assured of a great time at the hope!
The left bank is as chirpy, charming and cool as the long curl of cucumber that garnishes their icy water. It has an affordably priced menu that makes judicious use of flavours and techniques from around the world.
This old established hostelry dates back to the year 1850 and is the rarest of finds being possibly the only 'Independent Freehouse' in Glasgow City Centre. It's famous for its 'Real Ales' and 'Fine Malt Whisky Collection'.
Great selection of local draught beers, wines and some outstanding cocktails to reward an afternoon of West End sight-seeing. Licensed pavement seating and just 5 minutes walk from Kelvingrove Art Gallery.