Best Bars in Glasgow City Centre

Glasgow's City Centre is chock-full of bars, so we'll forgive you for feeling a little overwhelmed when you're planning a night out.  Thankfully though, we've compiled a list of some of the best, (we know, we're too good). So take your pick from quirky bars that dish out free toast, exclusive bars for a special occasion and fuss-free bars that are just a great place to hang out with your mates. We think these are some of the very best bars in Glasgow's City Centre and they're sure to impress - no matter how picky you are.

Waxy O'Connor's Glasgow

2 user reviews 4

In a bid to be one of Glasgow City Centre's best bars, Waxy O'Connors is not only impressing punters with their intricate level of woodwork and Irish theme, head on down for some of the most affordable bites and pints of Guinness in the city. 

The Flying Duck

2 user reviews 5

The Flying Duck isn't flashy or in-your-face; instead, it's comfortable, welcoming and slightly dingy but in the best way possible. Keep an eye out for the free toast too - everyone knows that toast tastes so much better after a drink or two. A brilliant City Centre bar in Glasgow to bring your friends for a drink and a dance.

Meat Bar

3 user reviews 4

Vegetarians, look away now. Exactly what it says on the tin - this bar specialises in meat. Even the cocktail menu at Meat Bar has been given its own meaty twist, with some interesting flavoured rums with meat garnishes. The decor is pretty cool, with a stripped back exterior and a bright neon sign, making this Glasgow bar reminiscent of a gritty, downtown New York establishment. 

Flat 0/1

4 user reviews 3

Flat 0/1 brings something different to Glasgow's City Centre bar scene. In fact, it brings something straight out of the 1970s to Glasgow. The decor may be more shabby than chic and the drinks menu does resemble a student's drinks cupboard, but those things are intentional and there's no doubt that it just works. One of the best bars in Glasgow's City Centre to kick back and relax in - albeit on one of the old and battered sofas. 


4 user reviews 5

Hidden down a set of stairs on Bath Street, you may well have walked past Slouch numerous times and not realised the great Glasgow bar that lies below. There's good food, drinks aplenty, live music nights and if there's no band playing, the staff will be playing indie tunes all night. Slouch is always busy but never uncomfortable and definitely one of the best bars in Glasgow's City Centre.