Vegan restaurant slash arts centre, Stereo is a quirky little number in Glasgow's City Centre bar scene. Occupying a Charles Rennie Mackintosh building, Stereo is crammed with character and steeped in history, the building was once the home to Daily Record Printing works. The relaxed cafe bar offers a hearty, healthy, eco-friendly offering of vegan grub and a range of bevvies which include organic beers, ciders and wines as well as teas, coffees and juices. 

Downstairs, the basement venue showcases an array of musical talents, from local acts to established performers, while special events exhibit the work artists, live performers and filmmakers. Club nights take flight three nights a week, with in-house and guest DJs tearing it up with house and techno to a mixed crowd of musos, students, and clubbers. Stereo is a colourful, busy hangout where there's always something going on. 



  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Dance floor
  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • Events vary, but generally £4-7 for club nights


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 11:00 0:00
Tuesday 11:00 0:00
Wednesday 11:00 0:00
Thursday 11:00 3:00
Friday 11:00 3:00
Saturday 11:00 3:00
Sunday 11:00 0:00



Stereo, 20-28, Renfield Lane, G2 6PH


Argyle Street

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Our Review

Stereo - Glasgow Bar Review

Stereo is a bar on Renfield Lane that is something of a beloved institution among in the know Glaswegians. Known for its delicious veggie fare, its epic club nights and its spectacular gigs - this hip little hangout is a rather special spot in Glasgow City Centre.  The Venue Stereo is a bright…