Celebrity Bars in Glasgow
We love a bit of star spotting here at DesignMyNight and celebrity bars are some of our favourite in the city. Whether you're looking for a boyband hangout on Sauchiehall Street, or a footballer favourite in Merchant City, Glasgow bars and clubs have some serious star power. So if you've a penchant for papping, or simply want be party with a popstar, check out our guide to celebrity bars in Glasgow.
Last updated on 20th July 2017
As an exclusive club in Glasgow, 29 Private Member's Club is no stranger to celebrity. With many sports stars and musicians having wined, dined and mingled within its walls, it's one of the premier celebrity bars in Glasgow. Of course, so exclusive is this Merchant City member's club, that we don't often know who's been partying there - though rumour has it David Beckham himself has frequented, and Alex Ferguson is a regular. Swish.
The Corinthian Club, with its spectacular decor and stunning design, is of course, one of the most decadent celebrity bars in Glasgow. Word on the street is that this Merchant City bar was the setting of the Glasgow wrap party of World War Z, attended by none other than Mr Brad Pitt. It doesn't get much more celebrity than that.
Sugar Cube is another celebrity bar in Glasgow and another 1D favourite. Niall Horan partied in Sugar Cube when he was in town, and with a VIP Lounges and lots of private booths, this exclusive club is also a favourite among many Glasgow football players and their missus'. If you're looking to spot a star in Glasgow, Sugar Cube is one of the safest bests.
Campus is the unofficial home to all things X Factor in Glasgow. Throughout the series, it welcomes eliminated acts the following week, so the likes of Rylan, Jedward and eh, Wagner have all graced the stage of this Sauchiehall Street club. Sealing the deal as one of the most fun celebrity bars in Glasgow, it's also an after-party favourite, with boybands like JLS and The Wanted swinging by for a post-gig party.
Harry Styles from One Direction parties here, and you can party here too. Rumour has it Hazza dropped £200 on booking a booth at the Bath Street club, complete with a bottle service of Champagne and vodka. Seems like a lot, considering he was partying for one, but it's not like the fun party crowd at Kushion to leave a guy dancing on his own - especially if he used to be 20% of the biggest boyband, like ever
Rogano has a long running history as a superstar go-to. The favourite celebrity bar in Glasgow has hosted many an esteemed guest in its glittering past, from Winston Churchill and Frank Sinatra to Mick Jagger and Helena Christensen. Heck Rod Stewart describes dining in Rogano's as " it feels like coming home". If it's good enough for Rod the Mod...