Pubs in West End Glasgow
Arguably the prettiest part of Glasgow, the West End has some great pubs. From some cosy spots and great beergardens to cracking craft beer bars and incredible live music, there's ample choice among the pint loads of West End pubs. So, to help you separate the duds from the diamonds, here's our pick of the best boozers in the area.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
A cool craft pub in Glasgow's West End, In Deep has a fantastic location, nestled into a great little nook by the Kelvin River. With a great outdoor space, right on the water, this is a great sunny-day pub in the West End, while bridge arches create a cavernous feel making it a cosy spot on cold ones. A wide selection of house casks and kegs as well as a whole bunch of guest crafts too, is paired with a nice selection of pub eats - it's easy to see why Inn Deep is a bustling boozer with a growing legion of beer buff fans.
A cool haven of craft beer in Glasgow's West End, Munro's has been a neat little addition to Glasgow's West End. A cool, lively craft beer bar meets gastro pub, Munro's is a stylish, rustic hangout, which prides itself on carefully created food and drinks' menus. Acoustic folk sessions and weekly quiz nights provide midweek entertainment, while match-days see games screened live and DJs swoop in at weekends with some tunes from 9pm. If you're looking for a little bit more from your West End pub, Munro's is the place to come.
Curler's Rest is a cracking gastro pub in Glasgow's West End. With a roaring fire, comfy couches, and epic pub grub, this is the place to come for a lazy Sunday in the pub, or some chilled out pints of an evening. Its Byres Road location makes Curler's a top spot for a pint and a bite in the heart of the West End.
Proving to be a treasure for students and locals alike, Dram on Woodlands Road provides one of the cosiest and friendliest spots for a tipple in the West End. Kitted out with an interior as comfy as your own sitting room and boasting an impressive selection of malts and Scottish beers, and great grub, Dram has something to offer for everyone - whether it’s a quick pint with mates, a student club meeting, a beer and a burger or even a romantic first date.
The Wee Pub at the Ubiquitous Chip may be the smallest pub in Glasgow, but it's still got big pulling power. With pride of place in the Ashton Lane institution, the Wee Pub is a charming space, with a bustling atmosphere and great whisky. A great stop off for a few drams and lot of banter - as long as you don't mind standing up.
An old school boozer with a gentrified twist, The Belle is posh pub in the West End. A friendly, neighbourhood local, with a dogs allowed policy, it's a chilled out boozer by day (with free wi-fi and 99p a pop coffee), but fills up at weekends into a lively local with some cracking tunes. Endearing, charming and quirky, this is a fun, lively pub on the edge of the West End.