Then City of Glasgow has undergone a huge transformation over past years. Once known for it’s shipping industry and busy port, Glasgow is now a hub of trendy bars, arty cafe’s and quality restaurants. The Glasgow scene has, and is still developing, into a vibrant city which is well worth a visit whilst you are in Scotland.
Glasgow has proved to be a city renowned not only for its active participation in sports but also famous for its flair of art and architecture, rich culture and lively lifestyle as well as an amazing food life and roaring nightlife. Check out out top picks for places to eat and drink in Glasgow.
Strings of fairy lights, a heated patio for year-round al fresco dining, over 60 awesome craft beers from around the world, over 21 amazing Scottish Gins set in one of Glasgow’s most beautiful beer gardens. Other delights include chocolate fondue and the classic Belgium pot of mussels. This place is worth a visit, or two, or three!
- MOTHER INDIA
Renowned as the best curry house in the city, mother India provides customers with the tastiest beers and curries in the Glasgow. You will surely get a taste of ginger and green chilli fish pakoras on a stop at this place.
- CLOCKWORK BEER COMPANY
A microbrewery on the south side of Glasgow, not too far from mount Florida station, clockwork presents customers with Scottish craft beers all brewed on premises. Whilst there, check out the beer garden that has received an award for recognition of external floral displays by the Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow! Enough said!
Being one of the best burger providers in the city, Sleazy provides as well live bands and DJ sets to calm their customer’s nerves.
- BIER HALLE
Bier Halle has got a suitable way of satisfying their customers with pizzas, a rustic collection of beers, and local as well as traditionally-prepared meals.
Some of our other favourites include:
- WELLPARK BREWERY
- THE BUTTERFLY AND THE PIG
- THE BEN NEVIS
- THE ART SCHOOL among others.