Browns is a chic bar and restaurant, perched in a prime location on Georges Square. This historic building is an upmarket venue to dine and drink in Glasgow, with good eats and and an ample wine selection, plus plenty of cocktails for after work drinking sessions.
Bars in Merchant City
Merchant City is a great pocket of Glasgow. From George Square to Merchant Square, cobbled streets to stunning architecture, it's a chic area with some awesome nightlife. There's stylish cafe bars for street side people watching and glam party bars to dance until dawn, with gay bars, cocktail bars and restaurants too, if you're looking for a drinking den in Merchant City, you won't have far to wander.
A sleek hangout on Merchant Square, Metropolitan is the place to go if you're looking for a fun bar with a touch of class. A variety of spaces in which to eat, drink, dance and mingle; it's a multi-faceted venue with real style and the perfect place to people watch.
A cracking vegan cafe bar by day and awesome music venue by night, 13th Note is a cool, quirky space in Merchant City. Friendly, accessible, chilled out and fun, this little indie hangout is a real hidden gem in Glasgow's nightlife scene.
Rab Ha's is a cosy pub in Merchant City that takes its name from a 19th Century citizen known as the Glasgow Glutton. Taking this heritage to heart, they pride themselves on delicious, locally sourced Scottish food and a wonderful selection of drinks to wet the whistle.
Boteco do Brasil is a fun party bar in Glasgow with wild nights, sensational food and wonderful cocktails. Come along for a rocking multi-cultural Jam Night, a red hot salsa night, or simply just dinner and drinks with a fiery South American flavour.
Babbity Bowster is a beloved bar and eatery that happens to boast one of the most popular beer gardens in the city. Come for the friendly atmosphere, historic building and delicious Scottish food, stay for the garden with picnic tables, umbrellas and heaters when the sun's hiding.
A stylish pub on John Street, Committee Room No.9 is a great spot for after work drinks or weekend tipples. With live sports and good eats, it's the perfect place to spend a Saturday watching the footie or rest your feet with a cocktail after a day hitting the shops.
If you're looking to be entertained in Merchant City, then roll up and join the circus at The Riding Room. With everyone from cabaret performers to magicians taking to the stage each night, it is a late-night bar promising entertainment and raucous fun till the wee hours.
The Corinthian Club is one of the most stunning buildings in Glasgow. With Teller's Bar opening up to a heavenly dome roof, the bar is an inviting space of sheer opulence. If you're looking for a luxe cocktail or stylish bite, this is a chic venue for a glamorous night out in Merchant City.
A cool bar hidden above its sister Café, Bar Gandolfi is the ideal place to steal away from the busy streets for dinner or drinks. The menu boasts wonderful wines and whiskies to accompany their seasonal food menu, that features prized specials of seafood, pasta and salad.
This gastro gay bar is a all-kinds-of-fabulous addition to Glasgow's gay bar scene, as a chilled out cafe bar by day and an all-singing party bar by night. The wonderful Nancy Clench leads the way with a roster of show-stopping entertainment.
A cool and quirky bar in the Trongate area of Merchant City, Mono is one fun hangout. With all manner of eclectic gigs as well as a built-in record store and a ping pong table, there's little wonder this friendly joint is a popular spot among Glasgow's cool kids.
By day, it's one of the best bars in Glasgow for al fresco drinking with street side tables on Royal Exchange Square. By night, under a canopy of fairylights, The Social turns into a party bar with tasty bites and great drink promos, making it an essential Merchant City visit.
Do you have a special affection for beer? Well, your boxes are ticked at the Beer Café, the place to go in Merchant City for all your hoppy needs. They boast over 93 beers on their taps and in their fridges, meaning even the biggest connoisseur can find something new.