Glasgow's favourite Irish bar knows how to help you escape those chilly winter climes with their mix of comfy seating and perfectly poured pints. A huge sprawling venue with plenty of cosy nooks, this old-school boozer is the ideal spot to warm up with a plate of classic pub grub and a Guinness.
Cosy Pubs in Glasgow
Whether you're planning a romantic date night, chilled Sunday session or catch up with friends, our city's boozers are ready to answer your call. Complete with steaming roasts and roaring open fires, these charming spots are perfect for whiling away the hours. In need of some wintertime inspiration? Check out our guide to the very best cosy pubs in Glasgow here.
Doing exactly what it says on the tin, this cosy Glasgow pub on Bath Street offers private booths, homely interiors and atmospheric lighting, ideal for seeing out those Scottish winters in style. They've also got some seriously hearty pies to warm you from the inside out, with menu highlights including pastry-topped braised beef and ale, along with haggis and black pudding.
Innis & Gunn's Ashton Lane boasts one of the finest beer selections in the city, alongside a wealth of wines, cocktails and tasty grub to boot. Make the most of the miserable weather and head to this slick bar for an afternoon or evening of good food and great craic.
A Merchant City staple, 226 Gallowgate is a charming pub with art-lined walls, a piano and plenty of tasty scran. Head on over for a romantic Glasgow date night and spend your evening digging into a feast of authentic Scottish cuisine, washed down with a glass of red wine (or two).
Serving up charm and cosiness by the bucket load, The Smokin' Fox is a gorgeous pub in Glasgow city centre. Combining traditional tartan soft furnishings with antique wooden furniture, the interiors here are as warm and welcoming as they come, with a stellar menu of comfort food classics to match.
The Finnieston on Argyle Street is one of Glasgow's best pubs with a fireplace. Rustic decor, old fashioned bookshelves and bench style seating all make this one brilliant hideaway when it's chilly out, especially when paired with great food and incredible cocktails.
With a menu of delicious and filling dishes, great beers on tap and over 70 different malts to sip on, Dram is a cosy pub for drinking, eating and warming up during the colder months. Trust us, once you start making your way through their traditional fare, it'll be hard to leave.
Stravaigin is one of the city's most charming hideaways and the perfect place to enjoy tasty food, great wine and lively conversation on a cold winter's eve. From the higgledy-piggledy layout to the fairy lights along the bar, this Gibson Street spot screams date night in Glasgow.