Best Bars in Glasgow For Tourists
Tourists love Glasgow. The architecture, the music scene, the accent, the (albeit cliched) deep fried Mars bar and of course, the nightlife - what's not to love? We think the Glasgow ber scene is certainly something all visitors need to experience, so we've come up with a few places that are perfect for tourists looking to see what the city is all about. Whether you're a first timer in Glasgow, or a native showing around some guests for the weekend, have a look at the best bars in Glasgow for tourists; you won't be disappointed.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Are you a whisky lover visiting Glasgow? The Pot Still is exactly what you're looking for. Home to over 300 malts, you're sure to be spoiled for choice. If you're not sure where to start, fear not; the friendly staff are on hand to help you on your whisky mission. You might not get through all 300 malts during your stay, but you sure can sample a few. A great bar in Glasgow for tourists.
Arisaig is a wonderful restaurant in the Merchant City that specialises in traditional Scottish dishes with a modern twist. A great place for tourists to visit for a real taste of Scotland. Look out for the seafood specials and of course, haggis and clapshot - you can't visit Scotland without trying haggis (at least) once.
BrewDog is a great bar for tourists looking to sample some craft beers in the shadow of the stunning Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Make the most of the floor length windows by kicking back and people watching with a tasty beer in hand. The perfect post-museum pit-stop, this is definitely one of the most popular bars for tourists in Glasgow.
Nice 'n' Sleazy is a must for young, cool tourists in Glasgow looking to mix with likeminded natives. This bar is always busy, a White Russian is the drink of choice and the clientele is mainly laid-back students and quirky young folk. Make sure you try the burgers too, as they're nothing short of brilliant. Not your average tourist bar in Glasgow - Sleazy's is so much cooler than that.
King Tut's is known for being an integral part of Glasgow's grassroots music scene and is known for being one of the best gig venues in the whole world. If you're visiting Glasgow, make sure you get your hands on some gig tickets for King Tut's, as it's a must-see for tourists. However, King Tut's isn't just a gig venue and has a cracking small but perfectly formed food menu that's well worth trying while you're there.