Glasgow Bar Bucket List

If you only had one night in Glasgow, where would you go? What would you do? And who would you spend it with? Well we hope we all have many more great nights out in Glasgow, but just in case some sort of zombie apocalypse, alien invasion, or giant asteroid should occur, we've made a try-before-you-die Glasgow bar bucket list. Each one is special for its own reason, so make sure you tick each one off your list... before it's too late. 




Shilling Brewing Co.

3 user reviews 4

Glasgow is home to quite the myriad of craft beer bars, but none are doing it quite as well as Shilling Brewing Co. are. From their stunning interiors and tap selection to their delicious pizzas, this is the perfect place to hunker down and spend the afternoon in. 

Ubiquitous Chip

2 user reviews 4

The Ubiquitous Chip is ubiquitous in more than just its name, a definite must-have on every Glasgow bar bucket list. With legendary hospitality, incredible food, and some of the most unusual surroundings in town, every Glaswegian worth their whisky should be able to say, "I've been there." 

Hillhead Bookclub

9 user reviews 4

Hillhead Bookclub is definitely one for your Glasgow bar bucke tlist. Okay, so its hipster status makes this a divisive one, but these no denying the old school cinema turned too-cool bar, with all its menu quirks and decor oddities, is beautiful, whimsical, and worth every Glaswegian's attention, at least once. 

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

1 user review 4

Given Glasgow's standing on the world music stage, King Tut's is an absolute must-visit for music fans from Glasgow and beyond. The City Centre music venue helped launch the careers of the likes of Oasis and Coldplay. Cut yourself a slice of the rock history and add this incredible venue to your Glasgow bar bucket list. 

The Gardener

1 user review 4

While it may be one of the most recent bar openings in Glasgow, The Gardener is a sight and taste to behold. Themed on all things botanical, settle in for stunning cocktails blended with gastro flavours and, you guessed it, heaps upon heaps of flowers.