Late Night Bars in Glasgow
Sometimes staying out until midnight just ain't enough and, other times, even a nightclub doesn't scratch that party itch. In those times of great need, Glasgow has only one solution: a late night bar. From chilled out drinking dens and suave cocktail bars, to raucous party bars and an exclusive casino, if you're looking to stay out late in the city, we've got a few ideas of where to do it in our guide of the best late night bars in Glasgow.
Looking to party until the late hours? Alea Glasgow Casino will answer all your late-night partying needs as the venue stays open until 6am every day of the week. Feast on Indian food, sip cocktails in the lounge bar or try your hand in the Vegas-style casino.
If you're looking for an exclusive late night bar in Glasgow, join the club at 29 Private Members' Club. Open until 3am every night, this chic Merchant City hideaway on Royal Exchange Square, is the perfect bar to sit chatting and drinking late into the night.
With opening hours that go well on past 1am every day of the week, Bavaria Brauhaus is a name you can trust when it comes to late night drinks in Glasgow. Join them for an authentic Bavarian drinking experience alongside beer and plenty more frivolities.
Open until 3am seven nights a week, this South American themed bar and restaurant in Merchant City, serves up tropical cocktails, exotic eats and feisty sounds every night. Head down for their red hot salsa club night or legendary jam sessions - who cares if it's a work night?
Staying up late can also mean stepping back in time to a bygone era of jazz and blues at the Howlin' Wolf. Sister bar Slouch is to speakeasys what Howlin' Wolf is to Mississippi blues bars, with red chesterfield booths, interesting portraits on wooden walls and a commitment to cocktails.
Blue Dog is a cool cocktail bar in Glasgow City Centre that welcomes patrons seven nights a week. Open until 3am, this plush haunt serves up incredible cocktails until the wee hours, making it the ideal hang out for night owls looking to stay out without hitting the clubs.
Nice 'N' Sleazy is exactly the kind of bar you think it is and more. Open late every night of the week, the bar and sometimes nightclub caters to the weird and wonderful tastes of Glasgow, with weird film nights, alternative music and the occasional bout of jazz.
Visit Slouch for a speakeasy-style bar with a heavy focus on jazz, blues and rock 'n' roll – especially if its live. The bar serves an extensive selection of whiskey, rum, classic and bespoke cocktails and is mainly occupied by the young professional crowd.