This Sauchiehall Street pub is sure to become a regular for your city centre drinks, as it's fronting all your favourite pints, cocktails and flavoured spirits at a reasonable price. As for entertainment? Expect live music and sports across The Lauder's HD screens.
Bars in Sauchiehall Street
Ah the infamous, Sauchiehall Street. While it may be more renowned for its cheap drinks and raucous nightclubs, the wider area around Glasgow's most famous street has got one stellar bar scene. From stylish hangouts on Bath Street and cool spots along Renfield Street and a few choice venues along Sauchiehall Street itself, it is possible to have a great night out in Glasgow City Centre without feeling like a fresher.
Modelling itself on Asian drinking dens, Bar Soba combines bold artwork and murals with bright seating and modern lighting to create a cool, contemporary feel. Head to this Mitchell Street restaurant bar and you can dig into fresh noodles paired with expertly crafted cocktails at an affordable price.
Something of a hidden gem in Glasgow, Chinaskis may be close to the throngs of Sauciehall Street's great bars, but it definitely has a mind of its own. Romantic, secretive and elusive, this haunt is the location to head if you want cocktails, cocktails and plenty more cocktails.
The Flying Duck is a cool and quirky underground bar on Renfield Street that prides itself on some of the most fun, party friendly nights in the city. Weird club nights and wonderful events make for fun, offbeat nights out in Glasgow in a space that's gritty and true.
This Sauchiehall Street bar is a popular hangout for lovers of jazz, blues and rock 'n' roll. Made up of speakeasy-style decor, with Chesterfield sofas, printed wallpaper and a cosy fireplace, Slouch is a firm choice for those looking to unwind with live music and a few bevs.
The perfect pad for eating and drinking on Sauchiehall Street, The Butchershop Bar and Grill is the absolute haven for meat eaters in Glasgow. From burgers and steaks down to cocktails and pints, head on down for a night with friends that promises plates and laughs aplenty.
A cool warehouse style bar and venue, Broadcast is a hangout for trendy kids and music heads alike. With great bands downstairs and great drinks upstairs, this bustling bar is a popular addition to Sauchiehall Street's bustling nightlife scene.
A nice little shabby chic pub on Bath Street, The Butterfly and The Pig is popular with locals and visitors alike. Great hearty grub, regular live music, a fmaous pub quiz and extantsive booze selection behind the bar make this place a go to for fun, yet laid back nights out in Glasgow.
If you're a gin lover searching for somewhere to drink on Sauchiehall Street, Gin71 is the bar for you. Claiming to possess the city's largest selection of artisan gins, homemade tonics and cocktails, it's a stylish lounge for hanging out with mates or on a chilled-out date night.
Hidden beneath the depths of the fashionable Bath Street, Bunker is a bar and restaurant that promises a top night out without a hefty price tag. A popular hangout with students and locals alike, this place pairs classic pub grub with a wide range of drinks that provide the perfect start to any night out.
Nice 'n' Sleazy is a popular hotspot on Sauchiehall Street. With some of the most offbeat club nights in town it's a great spot for some chilled out dancing. While upstairs, sensational burgers, great cocktails and cool vibes, keep regulars hanging out until the early hours.
With the chance to discover Glasgow's up and coming artists and a hearty menu of American classics, Buck's Bar is a Sauchiehall Street favourite. The venue serves a huge selection of bevvies, from cocktails through to craft lager, and if you're peckish? Their fried chicken won't fail to delight.
The Variety Bar on Sauchiehall Street draws in a mixed bag of punters with its laid-back and pleasant atmosphere and time-worn yet charming Art Deco theme. To keep you refreshed, the bar serves beer from across the globe which can be paired with delicious toasties, ideal for pre-drinking.