Not only does BrewDog make the perfect place for a chilled out birthday, but their dog-friendly policy means that you can bring your furry friends along for the ride. Think beers, burgers and treats for the pooches too.
Birthday Restaurants In Glasgow
Happy birthday to you, happy birthday to you... it's your big day so it seems only fair that you are treated like the birthday star that you are. To ensure you have a cracking day, you will want to sort out your birthday restaurant in Glasgow. From fully loaded pizzas through to belly-bursting burgers, there is no shortage of places to eat on your birthday in Glasgow. Read our recommendations for the best birthday restaurants in Glasgow.
Cubatas isn't just famous in our city, they've made waves throughout the entire UK, making it the perfect place for a birthday dinner in Glasgow. Head to the West End to work your way through their incredible tapas selection, all washed down by a bottle of Spanish wine.
With contemporary interiors and a punchy cocktails, Horn Please is a modern take the traditional Indian. The food is a new twist too, try the Indian small sharing plates when Soyuz pay them a visit on your birthday... though we can't promise you won't want to keep them all to yourself.
All birthdays need beer and Shilling Brewing Co. is bringing litres of the amber liquid straight to your glasses as they brew their pints on site. This Glasgow haunt is a great place to throw a birthday party, reserve one of their long communal tables, slurp beer and munch on a pizza.
Why not add a dose of fun and games to your birthday meal in Glasgow? Alea Glasgow Casino is several floors of entertainment, start off in Tasty restaurant - a modern Indian eatery - before making your way down to the floor to play blackjack, roulette and poker.
Juicy fried chicken, interesting cocktails and quirky interiors make Glasgow's Absurb Bird a must when you're looking for a birthday restaurant. Make sure to swing by and you'll find fun regular events from quizzes to brunch, as well as a plethora of food and drink deals.
Whether you're keeping things low-key and having a romantic date night, or going all-out with a big group dinner, Brasserie Abode is a top birthday restaurant. The city centre restaurant serves a menu of classic dishes that are sure to impress, from sumptuous steaks to fresh seafood.
Widely considered one of the best restaurants in Glasgow, this spot is dedicated to Scottish cuisine, along with its quirky interiors and epic drink selection. There's no battered Mars Bars in sight, just the best steak and seafood in the country, making it one top birthday restaurant.
Shape up your birthday night out in Glasgow with a healthy portion of meat slapped in between two slices of bread. Bread Meats Bread does what it says on the tin, serves up hearty burger dishes; throw in a big dollop of craft beer and organic wine and you've got one hell of a day.
Sometimes you don't want to go all out... so if a laid-back, intimate birthday dinner in Glasgow is more your bag, head to Stravaigin. The little venue is big on food, serving dishes with strong Scottish roots, as well as hosting their regular live music nights and supper clubs.
Looking for a fun restaurant for your birthday? With its Mexican-style food, quirky cocktails and late-night DJ sessions when the weekend rolls around, Mezcal is a top party spot. Located within a former insurance brokers in the city centre, the cantina is full of quirky charm.
Looking to please lots of people on your birthday? Then take them to Pizza Punks on St Vincent Street as the Glasgow birthday restaurant piles on the toppings. Pay one flat fee and put whatever you bloody want on your pizza, plus there's room for 160, if you happen to be insanely popular.
For a birthday meal in Glasgow, Lebowskis are bringing a big heap of fun. Raise a glass of something milky - they have 25 types of white russians on the menu - to your big day, order from the film-inspired burger menu and come the weekend, dance away to the DJ.
It's your birthday and you deserve to be spoiled, so step up The Finnieston. This quirky restaurant bar has multiple personalities, from a gin palace through to a speakeasy and right back to a seafood restaurant serving all the finest in Sottish produce.