American Bars in Glasgow
Scotland may be some 3000 miles away from America, but we still have an appreciation for the great gifts we've received from the States. New York cocktails, buffalo wings, cupcakes, craft beers, and hot dogs; yep it's safe to say bars in Glasgow have been touched by American influence. From east coast beers to deep south food, check out our guide to American bars in Glasgow.
Glasgow's very own frat house, Campus on Sauchiehall Street is the essence of an American bar in Glasgow. Littered in Route 66 decor, with a big screen, cheap cocktails and fun party vibes, this bar and club in Glasgow offers the quintessential US college experience to students in Glasgow.
Bar Gumbo is a slice of the Deep South in the heart of Glasgow's West End. This American bar in Glasgow dishes up incredible Southern favourites, like po' boy sambos, mac n cheese, Cajun catfish and pulled pork along with niche brews all the way from America. Add in some bayou decor, soul sounds and jazz club vibes, and this slick New Orleans' style bar and restaurant has the all-American experience, all wrapped up.
Ad Lib is an American bar in Glasgow with an ode to Times Square in the decor, Soul Kitchen tunes, and cracking Stateside cuisine. All-you can eat competitions add to the roadside diner vibes of an otherwise chic bar and restaurant, this is the place to come if you're looking for a bar in Glasgow with real soul.
Lebowski's is an American bar in Glasgow, simply because it's based on one of the great American movies. Add in some super-sized burgers, cream-laced cocktails and bowling alley vibes, and this Argyle Street bar is a great hangout in Glasgow for those who need their States fix.
Butchershop is an honorary American bar in Glasgow by the fact that is was conceived in, and inspired by, New York. With it's incredible steaks and sensational cocktails, both worthy of a Manhattan restaurant, along with the kind of service you would expect in America, this West End bar and restaurant takes the best of NYC's dining and drinking scene and gives it a Glasgow twist.