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 27th July 2022

Steak, Cattle & Roll

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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. 


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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.


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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. 

Variety Bar

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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.