An exclusive underground haunt, Swing is one of the most quirky places to drink in our city. Taking its inspiration from the glamour of the 1920s, it regularly showcases live jazz, blues, soul and funk to add a little razzle dazzle to your weekdays.
Where to Drink in Glasgow
Glasgow is one helluva town with one helluva bar scene, but sometimes it can be hard to navigate. Maybe you're looking for a whisky in the West End, or perhaps you fancy a mojito in Merchant City, fret not, wherever you are, whatever you're drinking, we are here to help, check out our guide of where to drink in Glasgow.
If you're looking for food and drink in Glasgow city centre, head to Absurd Bird where you can chow down on chicken and waffles while you sip on some homemade moonshine cocktails. Offering a cool retreat from the busyness outside, it's a great place to chill with mates or have a quirky date.
The city's premier brewpub, Shilling Brewing Co offers the freshest pint in Glasgow, and we challenge you to find one better. Alongside their own creations, they also serve up a selection of Scottish guest beers to enjoy with freshly made pizza hot out the oven.
A cool eclectic cocktail bar in the city centre, Hummingbird is not only an Insta-haven, it delivers on top-notch cocktails. A pretty space accented by bird cages and, gourmet burgers and gorgeous cocktails, it's soundtrack of pop hits is sure to put you in good stead for a night out.
Get the beers in at McChuills and shimmy around dancing to some home grown and local live music talent. Somewhere between your traditional pub and a cool gig space this classic boozer is a stalwart for laid-back drinking and a fun night out.
For over 40 years, Ubiquitous Chip has been a go-to for raucous laughter and great festivities. As well as serving endless pates and pints, it's also a sprawling bar and restaurant with a sky-high atrium, indoor rain forest and enchanting fairy lights.