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.
Start your weekend right with brunch at Bothy, where you can dig in to a hearty and wholesome feast of brunch dishes such as this epic French toast stack, alongside full Scottish brekkies, poached eggs or smoked haddock kedgeree, as well as bloody marys and gin fizzes.
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 head with brunch classics, a stack of papers and mouth-watering cocktails.
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.
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.
Bo and Birdy is a brilliant place for a boozy brunch with something extra special. For £50, you'll get a Glaswegian cocktail on arrival, a dish from the a la carte menu, and all you can eat from the 'bruffet' with a bottle of prosecco to share, making for a quirky weekend date idea.
Every weekend, visitors to The Gardener can chomp away on an enticing brunch plate with a mimosa for just £10. To make the deal even sweeter? Their wholemeal plates include cheddar, bacon and jam crumpets, sweet potato rosti and their signature take on a full Scottish breakfast.