Cup Tea Lounge

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If there's a better combination in the world than cake, we've yet to discover it. Cup Tea Lounge is a sweet-as-they-come tea shop slash afternoon tea bar in Glasgow City Centre. An offshoot of Cup Tea Rooms in the West End, the Renfield Street version does the same great afternoon teas, artisan sandwiches and incredible baked goods. Cup Tea Lounge is located in a listed 19th century building with stunning original tiling and opulent light fixtures.

A great spot for long lunches or bestie catch-ups, this place is also a romantic after-dinner night-cap venue. Moreish cakes and tasty charcuterie and cheese plates complete the refreshments as this cute as a button cocktail bar. You had us at cake. 


No door charge.
No queues normally
Happily Affordable ££
Sauchiehall Street Area
Children are welcome during the day.


Day Open Close Notes
09:00 18:00
09:00 18:00
09:00 18:00
09:00 21:00
09:00 00:00
09:00 00:00
11:00 18:00


Cup Tea Lounge
71 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 1LP

Glasgow City Centre

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Drink Prices Price
Pint of Lager £2.40
Bottle of Lager (330ml) £3.20
Cocktail £5.50
Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer) £6.40
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £4.50
Bottle of House Wine £15.95
Bottle of Champagne £37.00
Menus *
*This venue serves International.

A word from the chef:
A savoury and sweet selection with platters (£9.95) and cakes (£5.95).

Our Review

Cup Tea Lounge - Glasgow Bar Review

Cup Tea Lounge - Glasgow Bar Review

Cup Tea Lounge is a charming tearoom turned cocktail tavern in the heart of Glasgow City Centre, peddling baked goods, bubbly, and the occasional cup of tea. While Cup Tea Lounge has lots of individual cakes on offer, afternoon tea is what it's...

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This place is so good, I almost don't want anyone else to discover it, people pass it by because they think it's just a cafe, absolutely love coming here in the evening for cake and prosecco, just something a bit different to a loud pub in the evening.
13 May 2013 by lizzy
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