After a pumping party bar right in the heart of the city centre? You'll want Revolution, the city's feel-good hangout specialising in vodka cocktails. There's always a fun party crowd in the mix, a cracking range of mixed drinks and a healthy selection of beer and cider to cater for all tastes.
Cocktail Bars in Glasgow
Find your way around the best cocktail bars in Glasgow with this hand-picked guide. Whether you’re up for a Woo-Woo in the West End or a mojito in Merchant City, this city boasts some of the most talented mixologists and stylish cocktail bars in the country. With so many top places to drink in Glasgow, we’ve done the hard work for you and rounded up this list for your next night out.
Fronting homemade Hooch, moonshine and quirky takes on classic cocktails, this great bar in Nelson Mandela Place is one of the top spots in the city for quirky concoctions and hearty chicken-based grub.
Merchant City plays host to many of Glasgow's chicest and most stylish places to drink, and that most definitely includes Metropolitan. The courtyard is an ideal spot for chilled out tipples while more formal spaces inside are perfect for grown-up drinks and date nights.
A hubbub of heaving antics and off-kilter events, the bustle of Riding Room is not to be missed. The bar also boasts some of the most unique cocktails in Glasgow as cool decanters, quirky flavours and hilarious names pop them at the top of the concoction ploughing pile.
Buck's is a laid-back bar that just so happens to serve fantastic cocktails. They list is composed of classic recipes alongside more modern takes on mixology, like the Lagerita or Gin Genie, and also known for serving hearty American food and hosting live bands and performances.
A glamorous and glitzy spot, this is the perfect place for some of the best gin cocktails in Glasgow. Perfect for date nights, hen parties or a catch up with the loveliest of ladies, you'll find a myriad of interesting new drinks here.
Make for Kelvingrove Cafe's bar and order from the menu of signature tipples, each creation is as exquisite as the last, and enjoy in the comfort of plush leather booths and wooden walls. There's even an equally impressive selection of plates to feast on in-between cocktails.
Nestled in the heart of St Vincent Place, this charming bar and restaurant serves up concoctions that taste just as good as they look. Housed in the former Evening Citizen Building, you'll find modern creations and a warming atmosphere.
With a bunting draped ceiling, drag queens playing bingo and a huge space perfect for socialising, this West End joint is a raving success on the drinking scene. Dubbing their cocktails as "a classier way to get tipsy" the folks at Hillhead Bookclub know how to do dapper, different drinks.
The Finnieston is a bustling restaurant bar on Argyle Street with some seriously delicious cocktails. The food comes gourmet and the drinks creative, with speakeasy vibes and a flare for vintage tastes. Pushing a pub meets Gin palace get-up, you'll find charming foods and drink aplenty here.
The Tiki Bar is one of Glasgow's most fruity and punchy cocktail joints, knocking up all manner of tropical inspired and Hawaiian hula drinks. Serving up concoctions in authentic ceramic tiki cups, this fun basement bar and cocktail palace is a slice of the South Pacific near Sauchiehall Street.
Another one of Glasgow's most notorious gin bars, not only can you enjoy flavours and blends the globe over, Gin71 turn out beautiful plates of food alongside some of the finest gin cocktails in the city. An essential visit for juniper-lovers in the city.
The name may lead you to think differently, but it's not just about bubbles at this stunning spot. A firm favourite for everything from after-work drinks to first dates, Champagne Central is bringing you creative cocktails and seasonal tipples.
When it comes to luxurious and interesting cocktails in Glasgow, you'd be a fool to miss Porter & Rye. Bringing you some of the best whiskey based drinks in the business, head on down for romantic cocktails with an adult edge.