Romantic Restaurants in Glasgow

If you've got a hot date on the cards and want to make a lasting impression, be sure to head to one of these romantic restaurants for slap-up meal. You'll sweep your partner off their feet with these stunning bistros, slick cocktail joints and cosy pubs, each oozing romance in their own way. Whether it's a first date, engagement or anniversary, make sure to get it right by checking our picks of Glasgow's most romantic restaurants.


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Cubatas is a real winner when it comes to finding a romantic restaurant in Glasgow. The modern Spanish haunt has charmed national newspapers and famed restaurant critics, so is sure to impress any date with its gorgeous traditional tapas and intimate feel. 

Browns is always a great go-to when it comes to date night, and it just so happens to be a pretty darn beautiful building right in Glasgow's city centre. The sleek decor, plush seating and Victorian facade make it regal and romantic with a menu of British classic dishes for swooning over.


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Often hailed as one of Glasgow's best restaurants, Stravaigin is a quirky spot for a romantic date night. On the menu, you'll find old gastro favourites and internationally-inspired dishes that come perfectly paired with an extensive wine list that's sure to help get sparks flying.  

If you're in the mood for a trendy restaurant for your next romantic night out, head on over to Sugo Pasta. This top Italian eatery is renowned in Glasgow for its homemade pasta dishes, delicious cocktails and chilled-out vibe, making for one memorable date night experience.

The Spanish Butcher

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Inspired by New York decor, this oh-so stylish restaurant in Merchant City is a definite win when it comes to romantic dinners, so head over and enjoy the finest Galician beef, Iberican jamon and fresh seafood under hushed lighting. The best part? They do BYOB on Mondays so you can save a little cash.

Mezze Glasgow

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Mezze is a rooftop bar and restaurant serving delicious Mediterranean sharing plates while overlooking the River Clyde and the city, providing a romantic backdrop for couples of Glasgow. Food-wise? Expect dishes like chargrilled sea bream, slow-cooked lamb shoulder and seafood stew.