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.
Last updated on 23rd February 2017
With live music, 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 fun-time 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.
With a cool subterranean vibe, exposed brick walls and more beer than we thought possible, The Hippo Taproom is THE spot on Sauchiehall Street for beer lovers. From ale lovers to beer fanatics, this bar has it all; go along and try one of the 70 beers from the fridge or fresh from one of the ten kegs.
Lucky 7 Canteen is a cool Bath Street restaurant bar that makes drinking in and around Sauchiehall a breeze. Cute, offbeat decor and great eats make for a prime spot for dining, drinking and taking in some cool tunes in Glasgow City Centre.
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.
Another of Sauchiehall Street's hidden gems, you may have to head on through the Glasgow Centre for Contemporary Arts to find it, but it's well worth the look. From the perfect outside space come sunshine and casual innards, it's chilled, it's relaxed and it's perfect for a catch up.
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.
A nice little shabby chic pub on Bath Street, The Butterfly and The Pig is popular with locals and visitors alike. Great hearty grub and regular live music makes this place a go to for fun, yet laid back nights out in Glasgow.
Sharing plates, cool cocktails and raw interiors, when it comes to somewhere to eat and drink in Sauchiehall Street, Ox & Finch is the perfect arena. Brainchild of Jonathan MacDonald, expect seasonal dishes and some of the best wine in the business on a night out here.
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, Chinaskis is the location to head if you want cocktails, cocktails and plenty more cocktails.
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.
Been making your way through the city and looking for the perfect pit-stop? One of the most casual places to eat in Sauchiehall Street and coming at you with more patty than you can handle, head on down to Steak, Cattle & Roll for a bite of all things burger.
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.
Hummingbird is a stunning, multi-floor bar on Bath Street. With gorgeous decor throughout, it's a great spot for groups small and large to dine and drink. With incredible private concept rooms upstairs and top tunes on weekends, Hummingbird is a select spot near Sauchiehall Street to party.
Flat 0/1 is a quirky bar on Bath Street. Modelled on a house party you don't have to clean up after, the vibes are chilled, the drinks are cheap, the decor is shabby and the tunes are stomping.