In the mood to flex your vocal chords on your 30th birthday? One Up are ready and waiting, with rooms that can cater for 15 right up to 120 of your closest pals. That's not all though as this place comes through with its top cocktail creations and fun atmosphere for your partying.
30th Birthday Party In Glasgow
It's your 30th birthday, aka the big 3-0. So naturally, you want to celebrate this milestone and say farewell to your twenties in style, whether it be with dinner and drinks, a big night out or a quirk activity at these party bars across the city. From cool cocktail dens to quirky pubs, fun restaurants to exclusive nightclubs, these are the very best places for your 30th birthday party in Glasgow.
Looking for somewhere more low-key to spend your 30th birthday? Join beer connoisseurs Shilling Brewing Co. for a top notch craft brew experience with some of the best pints in Glasgow, alongside of a wide choice of mouthwatering, freshly-baked pizzas for hungry birthday chops.
This quirky chicken shop in Nelson Mandela Place is renowned for serving up fried chicken dishes and quirky cocktails, taking inspiration from US comfort food classics. From wings and waffles to stacked chicken burgers, this place is ideal for pre-nightclub feasting on your 30th.
BrewDog's Kelvingrove outpost is a haven for craft brew fans, featuring exposed brickwork, steel beams and chalkboards to create an industrial feel. Head here for 30th birthday beer sipping, with freshly-cooked burgers, hearty brunches and plenty more to keep you fuelled.
For an easy, crowd-pleasing and affordable 30th birthday bash, why not book a table at Cubatas? Chosen as one of the UK's best tapas restaurants by The Sunday Times, this place boasts plenty of sharing plates for larger groups with there's plenty of cocktails and sangria to hand.
Ox and Finch are easily one of Glasgow's most beloved restaurants, so it comes as little surprise that they're a must for 30th birthday parties. Make your way through their menu of seasonal sharing plates with a vast array of different drinks to wash everything down with.
Hummingbird is a one stop private party shop and the perfect place to host a 30th birthday party in Glasgow. The Bath Street bar has got a fantastic selection of quirky rooms for a sit down soiree, a karaoke party or a sleek affair, making it is a versatile venue with plenty of options.
One of the most lavish buildings in Glasgow, if you want a 30th birthday party with real wow factor, look no further than the Corinthian Club. This sprawling Merchant City venue has a massive selection of spaces, from the cool and quirky bar to the lavish and exclusive restaurant.
Perfectly perched in the middle of Glasgow's Royal Exchange Square, The Social is a city centre hub for all occasions. Whether you're in the mood for a boozy brunch, dinner and cocktails or pre-drinks before hitting the club, this is a perfect pit stop for 30th birthday festivities.
Serving up the ideal combo of quirky cocktails and mouthwatering pizza slices, Pizza Punks is a brilliant restaurant for 30th birthday parties in Glasgow. Tucked away on St Vincent Street, this place stands out with its neon signage, no-frills attitude and impressive menu of fresh slices.
Taking pride of place on bustling Bath Street, Bloc+ is a quirky venue to spend your birthday in Glasgow. Combining mouthwatering junk food, craft beer and cocktails with a wide array of musical performances, this is a firm choice for any music lover turning 30.
A firm favourite in the Glasgow's LGBTQ+ scene, Riding Room is a must for birthday parties with dining and entertainment. Expect stunning cabaret performances, belly-aching comedy and quirky activities which all make for an unforgettable celebratory experience.
From the creators behind Ox and Finch, Ka Pao is a Pan-Asian dining experience that's perfect for those keeping things low-key on their birthday. Head here for plates of messy prawns, slow-cooked pork cheek and shiitake mushrooms before heading out for a few celebratory tipples.
If you picture your 30th birthday party going down in an exclusive nightclub, with state-of-the-art sound, private booths and a cracking lineup of live DJs, The Berkeley Suite is the destination for you. Expect one heck of a way to kick-start your 30s in Glasgow.
Splashing out for your 30th birthday in Glasgow? Head on over to iconic eatery The Ivy. Against a backdrop of signature swish decor, you can munch on elevated brasserie classics alongside a wide range of cocktails, there's even a pretty private room for hire if you fancy it.
Keep things fun and fuss-free with a trip to Boteco do Brazil on your birthday. Not only are they pulling out all the stops with their South American-inspired menu, but their cocktails are equally as cracking, and there may even be a dash of salsa dancing thrown into the mix too.
Giving it some serious welly in the drinks and dining department is Alston Bar & Beer. The perfect alternative for a 30th birthday restaurant in Glasgow, this place combines stunning gastro grub with an array of handpicked bottles and classic cocktails for a full experience.
If your ideal 30th birthday party involves tequila, tacos and techno, Mezcal is the restaurant bar for your bid night out. Head here for a feast of flavoursome Mexican street food-style dishes with a wide choice of cocktails and a banging party playlist from resident DJs.
So you may not be all about clubbing and that wild party lifestyle on your 30th birthday, but you do have a penchant for amazing tapas bites and cocktails? If that's the case, book yourself a table at Tabac for a sophisticated drinking and dining experience with European flair.
Keeping things casual for your birthday? Mezze is a unique Glasgow restaurant serving an array of classic Mediterranean dishes in quirky surroundings. Think sharing dishes that are ideal for larger groups, including chargrilled sea bream, slow-cooked lamb shoulder and seafood stew.
A stylish hotel bar with a strong penchant for bubbly, Champagne Central is a luxurious bar for 30th birthday drinks. From the marble floor to the rich furnishings and regal pillars, it's a luxurious setting for grazing small plates and indulging in few glasses of fizz.