One of the city's best-loved bars, Revolution has got a reputation for its nights of debauchery. With a New York-style aesthetic, this contemporary venue has exposed brick walls, low hanging pendant lights and gilt-framed mirrors. Come here on a weekend and get stuck into the extensive cocktail list, we recommend The Jammy B*stard for those with a sweet tooth.
Fun Time Party Bars in Glasgow
When it comes to throwing a stomping bash, Glaswegians know what they're doing. So it's little wonder that the city has some of the best party bars around. From midweek merriment to wild times at the weekend and uber-cool restaurants with raucous after-hours, there are tonnes of venues set to get you in the mood to dance and drink the night away. Here we round up our top picks of the best party bars in Glasgow, enjoy!
Brought to you by some of the finest late-night minds in the business, Sub Club is gritty, authentic and a bucket load of fun. Known as one of the UK's best clubs, the venue has a no-frills approach to clubbing. Think world-class DJs, great sound systems and a constantly packed dance floor.
Nice 'N' Sleazy is a cracking place to get the party started on Sauchiehall street. Styled like a vintage American dive bar, expect retro decorations, dim red lighting and bright neon signs. With fab food, great drinks and some of Glasgow's best DJs, Nice 'N' Sleazy is the ideal late-night hangout.
When it comes to VIP partying in Glasgow, nobody does it quite as well as Sugar Cube. Boasting a serious selection of late night events, those that like the finer things in life can book a booth and get their bubby delivered direct to them (with a few sparklers thrown in for good measure, obviously).
Bar Varia is bringing the Oktoberfest spirit year round with a quirky German theme every night of the week. Munch on currywurst, slurp steins of beer and dance on the tables to the loudest oompah bands in town.
Indie bar Firewater is a favourite with students due to its great music and even better drinks deals. Pick the right time to go and you may just stumble across their 89p vodka and gin mixes, luckily they also serve delicious homemade pizzas to soak it all up with.
A fun bar in Merchant City, Speakeasy is the perfect place to party if you like your tunes camp and your drinks cheap. A stylish venue with booth seating, wicked DJs and a resident drag queen hostess, head here to dance your socks off and enjoy some pure, unadulterated fun.
This quirky West End bar is set in an old cinema and is bursting with character and charm, attracting some of Glasgow's coolest crowds. Open dawn till dusk, Hillhead Bookclub boasts a jam-packed schedule of DJs spinning an eclectic mix of cheesy classics and contemporary beats, as well as regular BYOB nights which are memorable to say the least.
If you're looking for a little refinement on your night out, head to Blue Dog where you'll find guest singers and live pianists playing a mix of blues and jazz. With velvet nooks perfect for cosying up in, Blue Dog is the perfect late-night date destination.
A sleek and sultry space, come the weekend Distrikt sees Glasgow's young city professionals get all dolled up and dance the stresses of the week away. Complete with a red carpet entrance and bouji booths for large groups, this place is the perfect night out for a birthday celebration, VIP style.
An Argyle Street name that will have you rubbing your hungover head come morning, McChuills is undeterred in its bid to bring you some of the best late-night antics in the city. An Irish bar with a penchant for wild times, head on down for affordable pints and partying.
This centrally located Merchant City bar is the perfect place to head if you're keen to keep your night going right on through until the early hours. Although a cafe by day, the contemporary space transforms into a twinkly lit dancing den as dusk falls, when things start to get really fun.
If you're looking for a laid-back, casual drinking affair, head to Sauchiehall Street's Variety Bar. Art deco in its theme, the boozer attracts a mixed crowd, from rowdy students to gig-goers and those just looking to while away a few hours with a pint and a view of the giant fish tank in the middle of the space.