The Best Pub Lunches in Glasgow

You can't beat a good pub lunch, can you? Especially if there's a pint or two (or whatever your tipple of choice is) involved. There's certainly plenty of choice, but where's the best place to go in Glasgow? Think real burgers with all the trimmings, hearty mac 'n' cheese, and hand cut chips - all at great prices. We've gathered up the best pub lunches in Glasgow, so take a look. We guarantee neither your stomach nor your wallet will be left feeling empty. 

Last updated on 11th September 2018

Waxy O'Connor's Glasgow

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With a venue that's going to leave you gawping, Waxy O'Connor's is a top spot that serves up hearty plates of food. Head there on the weekend to catch a spot of sport or simply work through a delicious pub lunch menu.

Curler's Rest

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Fronting a classic gastro pub physique, Curler's Rest is a fusion of punters pleasure dome and social bar. For beer guzzlers, foodie fans and casual lunchers alike, this is the place to perch for some top-notch nosh during the day. Whether you're looking for a pie and a pint, burger or another favoured British dish - theses guys will hook you up. 

Coming at you with all your favourite foodie staples come lunchtime in Glasgow, The Butchershop is perfect for those looking for a hardy, boozer inspired menu to broil over come midday. From burgers to meaty bites, hunker down for a brilliant mid-way option to your day.

Lucky 7 Canteen

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Lucky 7 Canteen is a brilliant place a pub lunch in Glasgow for the following reasons. One, everything on their lunch menu is £5, apart from their burgers, which are £6 and burger toppings a mere 77p each. Two, their soft drinks are served from a bottle, none of that draught rubbish. Three, they play good music and the atmosphere is super laid-back. 

The Finnieston

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The Finnieston is quite the place for a lunch pit stop in the city. Satisfying a multitude of identities, it oozes classic pub vibes whilst cooking up seafood specials in the kitchen, a gin palace for a bar and some speakeasy style supping. If you fancy something a bit finer for your afternoon feed, then this is your place.  

If there's anywhere you can count on for a good dose of beer and glorious grub, it's got be the chief flyers of the Irish flag in Glasgow, Kitty O'Shea's. Decked out in oak barrels, wooden interiors and plenty of coves to settle into, it's an ideal meeting place. Plating up everything from hot dogs, to authentic wood fired pizzas - their lunch game is strong. 

The Raven

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Big feeds are the name of The Raven game here with the sultry smell of freshly smoked meats and BBQ sauces filtering through the air. Racks of sauce smothered ribs, corn, sweet potato fries and, of course, plenty of beer to chug. Boys, you've found your stage; ladies, show 'em how it's done and devour this hearty menu like a pro.