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September Bank Holiday 2020 Events In Glasgow
Isn't Glasgow grand? Not only are we gifted with cheap drinks, the UK's wildest nightlife offering and the friendliest folk around, but we're also treated to an extra Bank Holiday weekend, falling on the last Monday of September. Once we've sent out our smug apologies to our neighbours in the south, all that's left to do is pick our weekend party plans. Are boy, are they good... We present to you, the best parties and events this September Bank Holiday in Glasgow.
Spending the September bank holiday with your partner? Make the most of your extra day off work by exploring our guide of things to do for couples. From cosy BBQs at Brel to Mexican party palaces fronting tequila and tecno, there are heaps of ideas for you to have a crack at.
Swing by Absurd Bird over the long weekend and you can make the most of your extra day off. Serving up a menu of juicy fried chicken alongside plenty of bubbles (that's not a challenge) and signature cocktails, these guys will ensure you and your mates are well-fed, and never thirsty.
While temperatures may be dropping, Glasgow's beer gardens are still hot property. Make the most of alfresco drinking and dining at these gorgeous gardens, whether you're in the mood for something cutesy and floral or more simple and stripped-back.
If the weather doesn't hold up this bank holiday? Make your way over to one of Glasgow's world-famous pubs. With freshly-poured pints, cosy nooks to hide away in and a menu that's bursting with delicious dishes, these places are home to some of the city's best pub lunches.
Glasgow is home to a fair few rooftop bars, which are guaranteed to take your drinking sessions to new heights. Check out some of our favourite places for sky-high sips, from cool and quirky terraces to swish cocktail bars with stunning views across the city.
Cranside Kitchen is Glasgow's biggest beer garden, featuring a wide array of food and drink vendors from local gems such as Halloumi, Kilmurry & Co and La Rotunda. With its expansive site, bespoke picnic tables and outdoor furnishings, its an essential bank holiday destination.
The Calton Taproom is bringing craft beer and delicious BBQ food to the BAaD complex. Hunker down this September and choose from over 20 different taps from local creators, 100 packaged bottles from across the globe and a menu of mouthwatering grilled goods.