Best Bars in Glasgow To Propose In
Popping the question? Congratulations! If you're looking to get engaged in Glasgow, you've picked one heck of a town. Not only is it steeped in history, but it's got incredible restaurants and beautiful bars, all perfect for making your proposal utterly special. So whether you're going to get down on one knee in a romantic West End restaurant, or slip it into the Champagne at a chic City Centre bar, heck, even if you want your own balcony for a Shakespearean engagement to remember; we've got the ultimate guide to the best bars in Glasgow to propose in. Now all you have to do is pick out a rock.
Both big music fans? What not go for a cool and quirky engagement story by popping the question at King Tut's. Not only is this historic venue the stuff of rock legend, but it's also intimate and hosts some cracking gigs. If you're looking for a special place to propose in Glasgow, and your dame is a big of rock chick or indie darling, getting down on one knee at an incredible gig is a night she'll always remember.
This place is so gosh darn romantic, it's the perfect place to propose in Glasgow. Not only has it got it's own private dining, Romeo and Juliet balcony, but it has an indoor courtyard, steeped-in-romance surroundings and delicious food. Arta also works as a wedding venue, so maybe you can get some inspiration for the big day while you're there?
Rogano is a special place to propose in Glasgow. The City Centre bar is steeped in history and was in its heyday, a glamourous Glasgow go-to. With luxurious food, and beautiful art deco styling, The Oyster Bar at Rogano is an atmospheric place to go down on one knee. Ply your lady with oysters and Champagne before you take out the ring, and she won't be able to resist saying yes.
Make a night of your engagement, with a beautiful evening at Blytheswood Square. This beautiful City Centre hotel, has the perfect bar for proposing in Glasgow. Sumptuous surroundings, incredible cocktails and a great selection of bubbly, it's the perfect place to celebrate once your bride to be says, "Yes".