Bars for Non-Drinkers in Glasgow
We feel for you non-drinkers, sometimes it feels like it's just all about the booze. But if you're a non-drinker in Glasgow, we've got lots of ideas for some tee-totalling after hours fun. Whether you're a good sport who likes a little activity or a cocktail fan of the virgin variety, check out our guide to bars for non-drinkers in Glasgow.
Swap one vice for another at Teller's Bar @ The Corinthian. Not only is this place beautiful enough to wow you without your beer goggles on, but it's also got an in-house casino. Show those folks at the black jack table what you're made of and put them to shame with your clear head and calculated gambling. A great non-drinker night out in Glasgow.
With a massive cocktail menu, even the most stauch tee-totalers will find something that takes their fancy at the bar in Blytheswood Square with a specially crafted virgin menu for "Party Poopers, Designated Drivers and Temperance Delights". Not only are the alcohol-free drinks top drawer at this Glasgow bar, but the sumptuous food and stunning decor make it easy to look past the cocktails for the appeal of this bar.
If you're looking for a non-alcoholic night out in Glasgow, the Hillhead Bookclub is a pretty savvy choice. Look past the bar and there's plenty of other goodies to keep you occupied without a straw in your mouth, or a drink in your hand. Killer eats, awesome tunes, ping pong, board games and consoles, who said to need booze to have a good time?
If you're looking for a legendary night out in Glasgow, but you don't like to drink, then a night at King Tut's might be right up your street. With a history of making the careers of some of the UK's most famous rock bands, catch a slice of rock history and catch a gig at one of the nations greatest music venues. A choice bar for non-drinkers in Glasgow.
Who needs to get your drink on, when you can get your golf on instead. The Golf Lounge in Glasgow is the perfect bar for non-drinkers in Glasgow. With plenty of alcohol-free fun to keep you occupied, play one of over 40 simulated golf courses and work on your handicap instead of your hangover.