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, but 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 lots of great locations for 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.
Last updated on 8th September 2017
Every Sunday, The Finnieston serve a cracking brunch full of inventive and unusual dishes such as Nasi Goreng, courgette bread and fish and chips. The bar also has a huge gin collection, perfect for washing down your meal.
Metropolitan is a chilled hangout for Sunday brunch. Sit out on Merchant Square rain or shine, do a spot of people watching and nurse your head with brunch classics, a stack of papers and flowing OJ.
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 lots of Glasgow brunch fun.
So technically it's a breakfast menu, but the one at Teller's Bar & Brasserie is so dang good, it's worth making brunch a little early. Bloody Marys, poached eggs, smoked haddock and pancakes with bacon. Served from 3am to 11am, you can plan your brunch, either a little early, or really, really late.
Booly Mardy's in the West End is a cracking spot for Sunday brunch. Black pudding and chorizo salad, grilled gammon steak and a big booly breakfast; food good enough to get out of bed for. And maybe even good enough to banish your sore head.
A chilled out cafe bar in Merchant City with a penchant for bubbly, Brutti ma Buoni is a sweet spot for a boozy brunch in Glasgow. A Sundday brunch menu is stocked with tasty classics, while cava by the glass serves as a hair of the dog that goes down easy.
The last Sunday of the month is rather special at Bar Gandolfi. Their monthly Sunday Roast is one epic feed to set you right after a heavy weekend. For £25 you'll have 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.
The Curler's Rest Saturday brunch menu is rather epic. Smoked haddock on bubble & squeak, eggy bread with grilled bacon and maple syrup, boiled eggs and soldiers with bacon jam; man we're hungry at the thought of it. Add in papers, comfy seats and great company, and you have yourself one heck of a brunch.