Good wine, good company, good atmosphere; all the makings of a great evening whatever the weather. But if your day's been a rainy one, make it an extra cosy evening, high in the rafters over Cafe Gandolfi. The attic bar is a bustling place where you can listen to the rain outside, sip on a fine vintage, and leave both your troubles and puddles at the door. A chic spin on your average rainy day bar in Glasgow.
Rainy Day Bars in Glasgow
It's a rainy day in Glasgow. You can either sit at home, moping about, or make the best of it at one of Glasgow's best rainy day bars. Beers, board games, toasty fires and great comfort food - every cloud has a silver lining. Never have a gloomy mood again with our guide to the ultimate rainy day havens in Glasgow. Brollies at the ready, it's time to make a dash for it.
The Curler's Rest is a cosy pub in the heart of the West End and the perfect rainy day bar in Glasgow. It serves up a great selection of beers, real ales and wines, cooks up some of the tastiest pub grub in Glasgow and also has a nifty selection of board games and newspapers to keep you ticking over 'til the sun comes out. Curl up on the sofa by the fire and let your rainy day blues go up in smoke.
Tucked away down a little lane off Argyle Street, this place is a quick showery spell dash from the shops. With its cosy snug, tasty pub grub and warm atmosphere, Sloans makes a sweet spot to wait out a rainy day in Glasgow.
Free wifi, dog friendly and dang cosy, The Belle is a rather splendid rainy day bar in Glasgow. With cosy gentrified decor, a roaring fire, cheap drinks and charming punters, whether you've your laptop with you, or your Labrador, we could think of worse places to be holed up on a wet day in the West End.
Rab Ha's is one toasty little pub in the heart of Merchant City and the perfect wet day hideaway. Order some hearty Scottish fare, huddle up near the fire, maybe even splash out with a hot port. This cosy, friendly Glasgow bar is just the perfect place to wait out a storm.
Brewdog is a fun rainy day bar in Glasgow. Well stocked with beer and board games, what more do you need to pass the time on a wet day? With a cracking position just across the road from Kelvingrove, you can watch the clouds clear in a pretty setting. Jovial staff, cracking banter, and some hearty eats too, this place is fully kitted out with every possible rainy day supply.
The Butterfly and The Pig is a Bath Street bar that's all kinds of cosy on a wet day in Glasgow. The shabby chic surroundings offer the perfect solace from the storm with comfy couches and homely vibes. Add in some taste fare, chatty bar staff, and of course cake from the tearoom next door, and you have yourself the makings of a heavenly afternoon.
If you're looking for shelter from the storm, make a bee-line for the Hillhead Bookclub. This rainy day bar in Glasgow has got everything you need to survive the storm, whether it's a quick shower, or a day long downpour. With potent cocktails, hearty grub, cool tunes and lavish surroundings, it's one jaunty haunt to flake out in for the afternoon, add in a bit of ping pong and retro computer games, and you have yourself some serious, rainy day respite.
"A day for the ducks" takes on a whole new meaning as you dive out of a rainy day completely by spending it in the secret bar seclusion on The Flying Duck. This windowless basement bar is the perfect place to ride out the storm with plenty of provisions to see you through. Board games, fun vibes, and most importantly, free toast.