Pubs and Bars Near Parks in Glasgow
There's nothing better than spending the day lazing around in the sun then heading to a bar for a few post-park drinks, is there? Or perhaps taking a brisk walk of a Sunday, then heading inside for some toasty scoops. Or maybe you've indulged in a roast with the trimmings or want to walk off an indulgent bar brunch? Glasgow Green and Kelvingrove Park are certainly two of Glasgow's most popular outdoor spaces in the city, but we want to know where the prime drinking spots near these park. Take a look at our picks of the best pubs and bars near parks in Glasgow.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
BrewDog is already a favourite with beer buffs and tourists, but did you know that it's just a few minutes away from Kelvingrove Park? BrewDog is dog friendly too, so why not bring your pooch along after a walk through the park? The best seats in the house are undoubtedly the ones outside - sip your craft beer and take in the beauty of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum while you're there. A great specialist pub near a park in Glasgow.
Inn Deep isn't as close to a park in Glasgow as the other bars on this list, but you can find this bar at the end of the Kelvin Walkway, which takes you right into Kelvingrove Park if you follow it along. Inn Deep's crowning glory is their prime riverside location, so head here after a day in the park and enjoy one of the Williams Brothers' craft beers next to the river.
You're probably not going to get any closer to Glasgow Green if you tried. WestT Brewery's renowned beer garden is touching distance from the Green, making this brewery the obvious choice if you're looking for a pub near a park in Glasgow. Enjoy one of their award-winning beers with a home made pretzel in true German beer hall style.
Been wandering around Kelvingrove Park all day and need a rest? Head to Dram!, which can be found on Woodlands Road and is only a few minutes away from Kelvingrove Park. A great place pub for hearty food and Scottish beer in laid-back surroundings near the park in Glasgow.
The Left Bank is the ideal place to stop for some brunch before spending the afternoon in Kelvingrove Park, which can be found just behind this bar. By night, the split level building really comes to life, with fairy lights and candles providing a cosy ambiance. Whether you're here for brunch or some post-park cocktails, The Left Bank is sure to impress.
Located to the south of Kelvingrove, The Butchershop Bar and Grill is another bar close to this popular park in Glasgow. Head there on a Tuesday and take advantage of their steak night deal - two mains and a bottle of wine for £30. This bar is across the road from the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum - is there anywhere better to spend your Tuesday night in Glasgow than in the shadow of such a stunning building? We don't think so.