Whether it's a traditional breakfast, a moreish lobster benedict, or a simple srambled eggs that you're after, Browns can do it. Take a seat in the elegant restaurant and enjoy the cocktails and modern surroundings.
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. If you're out and about in Glasgow this weekend, why not try one of the great brunch destinations the city has to offer? 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.
This airy seafood restaurant and cocktail bar brings you carefully crafted meat and vegetarian dishes alongside Scotland's finest fish. You'll find an extensive brunch menu on Sundays, with locally sourced ingredients.
With three venues across the city, Bar Soba is a cracking choice for an alternative brunch in Glasgow. Cocktails are full of flavour, while the East Asian menu offers modern and exotic eats.
This West End spot doubles up as a refurbished church, offering a huge selection of beer, as well as a brunch menu come the weekend. Served until 2pm, you can soak up jugs of mimosas and bloody marys alongside the usual fare.
Metropolitan is a chilled hangout for weekend brunch. Sit outside on Merchant Square when the weather's good and nurse your head with brunch classics, a stack of papers and mouth-watering cocktails.
Bar Gandolfi's monthly Sunday Roast is one epic feed to set you right after a heavy weekend. Enjoy three hearty courses and a kir royale; if that doesn't get you up and out on a Sunday, you may just be a lost cause.
It's not all mad party nights and fun times, Hillhead Bookclub also put on a great boozy brunch. Join the venue for Bloody Marys, Pancake stacks and eggs whichever way you like, alongside cocktails and beer, of course.
Every Sunday, The Finnieston serves a cracking brunch. The menu is full of classic dishes; from French toast to pancakes drenched in maple syrup and toasted muffins with soft poached eggs. Pair with drinks from the sublime cocktail menu and you're set.
The Curler's Rest Saturday brunch menu is rather epic. Eggs Royale made with buttery hollandaise, breakfast plates filled with haggis, potato rosti, bacon and more. Paired with a residency beer... man we're hungry at the thought of it.
When it comes to brunch, nowhere does it like Bill's. There's a reason they have over 50 sites across the UK and this West Nile Street spot features the same charm and delicious menu that has made the other venues so popular.