Revs is home to a legendary boozy brunch in Glasgow, whether you're looking to get the party started or fancy staying all day (and night), their Argyle Street bar is a top spot. Explore their menu of classic cockatiels with perfectly paired brunch dishes for the ultimate weekend treat.
Boozy Brunches In Glasgow
Brunch is one of our favourite meals of the day. It's not quite breakfast and it's not quite lunch, yet you're allowed to drink as if it were dinner time. Whether it's at a sleek restaurant bar or a cosy gastro pub, there are plenty of great locations for boozy brunch in Glasgow. For your eating pleasure, we've brought you a few of the best. Now you just need to decide on the Bloody Mary or the Bellini... oh and how you like your eggs.
Metropolitan is a chilled hangout for weekend brunch with cool interiors and an even better terrace. Sit outside on Merchant Square when the weather's good and nurse your hangover with a wide choice of breakfast classics, a stack of papers and mouth-watering cocktails.
Whether it's a traditional breakfast, a moreish lobster benedict, or a simple scrambled eggs that you're after, Browns can do it. Take a seat in the restaurant and enjoy their menu of delicious brunch dishes with plenty of cocktails to start your weekend off with a touch of elegance.
There's no better way to kick-start the weekend than sipping cocktails and enjoying a delicious brunch with mates. Lap up a delicious Pan-Asian street food brunch at Bar Soba with four cocktails, glasses of Prosecco or bottled beers for just £25 per person.
Iasg is a brilliant place for a boozy brunch with something extra special. Head on over to wolf down a load of elevated dishes, from smoked haddock omelette with mull cheddar and chives, to sirloin steak and fried eggs, washed down with bubbles or cocktails.
Every Sunday, The Finnieston serves up a cracking boozy brunch in Glasgow. The menu is full of classic dishes; from hot plates of sausages and eggs to pancakes drenched in maple syrup and toasted muffins with soft poached eggs, which all go perfectly with their signature bloody Marys.
Brunchin' by name, brunchin' by nature... this West End hangout is a must for weekend feasting. Serving everything from smoothie bowls to chicken and waffles to mouthwatering French toast and eggs every way you can think of, The Brunch Club is always a winner in our eyes.
Want to make you boozy brunch a bougie brunch? Head over to The Ivy in Glasgow where you can munch on all manner of breakfast plates, from eggs Benedict with pulled honey roast ham and rich hollandaise to avocado, eggs and spinach on English muffins, with handcrafted cocktails.