Best Bars for Lunch in Glasgow
Whether you're looking for a boozy lunch, a business lunch, or just eh, lunch, there are lots of bars in Glasgow that cater to the mid-afternoon mealtime. So if you're hungry for a salad or have a hankering for a burger, there are tonnes of options, whether you're having a long lazy lunch or a quick dine and dash. Check out our guide to the best bars in Glasgow for lunch.
Last updated on 6th September 2016
Not only is Cubatas in Finnieston considered one of the best tapas restaurants in the UK by The Sunday Times but they also have an inexpensive lunch menu, perfect for a quick lunch break or weekend visit. Choose from their list of 18 dishes and tuck in for a special lunch time treat.
Bar Gandolfi is a chic pace to dine at lunchtime. The Cafe Gandolfi menu offers a select range of locally-sourced fare as well as daily market specials. If you're looking for refined cuisine and a great selection of food, this is the place to come for a special lunch in Merchant City.
If you're looking for a bar for lunch in Glasgow that offers top drawer eats and bottom of the barrel prices then your first and last stop should be Lucky 7 Canteen. For just a fiver, you can have yourself a slap-up Glasgow lunch, with such plush plate options as burgers, pies or mac 'n' cheese - the price even includes a soft drink. That's some nifty thrifty dining if you ask us.
Teller's Bar at the Corinthian Club is a refined spot for a leisurely lunch in Glasgow. The opulent surroundings and the stunning seating makes this the perfect place to wile away the hours, for a long lunch with friends or a mid-shopping hiatus. Add in some cocktails and you have yourself one luxe lunch with tipples on the side.
Brutti ma Buoni is a relaxed, yet chic cafe bar in Merchant City, the ideal place to grab an afternoon bite with colleagues or friends. With a prime location in the heart of Merchant City, this is a handy place for a pitstop. Add in some tasty European fare, with bruschettas, tapas and gourmet sandwiches - and maybe even a little Cava - and you have the recipe for a great lunch in Glasgow.