Sitting pretty right next to Queen Street station, Waxy O'Connor's is an Irish-inspired hideaway that's always in the mood for a party. Check out this city centre pub when you're craving booze, pub grub and a vibrant atmosphere.
Restaurants in Glasgow City Centre
Whatever you're craving the city centre has something for you. If you're in need of a fried chicken fix to cure a hangover, upscale Spanish eatery to make an impression on your next date night or hearty bowl of Scottish scran for a taste of home, search no more. Let us be your guide to the best restaurants in Glasgow's city centre and stuff your chops in style.
Berkeley Street is home to a unique Indian dining concept that is sure to inspire. Horn Please offers a menu of exciting dishes with contemporary twists such as pan fried seabass with tao curry and mange tout, or the breaded pork dauvbe with spicy prawns, in a bold and colourful setting.
In need of a fried chicken fix? Absurd Bird are an essential visit for hearty, American eating. The quirky city centre restaurant will transport you through its star-spangled menu with mouthwatering dishes like wings and waffles, chicken burgers and Absurd Fondue.
Brasserie Abode is a slick city centre restaurant that is a winner for date nights, group dinners and chilling out after a but day shopping. Swing by and explore their menu of brasserie classics ranging from tasty streaks to hearty burgers and fresh seafood.
BrewDog are one of the biggest names in craft beer, offering an extensive menu of fresh brews that'll make you smack your lips with joy. Swing by their central location and you'll get to down pints perfectly paired with juicy burgers and tantalising bottomless brunches.
Based in the heart of Glasgow, Ardnamurchan Restaurant and Bar focuses on showcasing the finest Scottish produce with its ingredient-led menu. From fresh cuts of game to sublime seafood and Hebridean blue cheese, there's plenty of traditional delicacies to explore.
Bibimbap is one of the premiere spots to grab Korean food in Glasgow, perfectly placed in the heart of the city. Experience this restaurant's colourful interiors of neon lighting and kaleidoscopic collection of umbrellas while munching on equally vibrant comfort food.
Bilson Eleven promises well made Scottish cuisine with a contemporary twist. Housed in a 19th Century townhouse, with interiors of polished wooden furnishings and dark velvet, the menu takes traditional and dabbles with an experimental outlook to provide a unique dining experience.
EVOO is a city centre restaurant serving small plates from the Mediterranean such as braised pig cheek, roasted sea bass and tarragon and truffle wild mushrooms. These are perfectly paired with diverse wine, beer and cocktails against slick European-inspired interiors.
The Anchor Line pays homage to ties between Scotland and the USA. How? Through the careful combination of Scottish produce and a menu that brings together the best flavours of each nation. Expect an evening of exquisite cocktail sipping and hearty eating at this city centre restaurant.
Based on the Iranian cafes found in India at the end of the 19th century, Chaakoo Bombay Cafe replicates their sense of community with small plates encouraging you to share. Feasts here usually include Iranian kebab dishes, Bombay sides and ever-rotating special chef curries.