Things To Do In Glasgow This Weekend
You've been working 9 -5 and now it's the freakin' weekend, the only question is how are you going to spend it? As tempting as it is to hide under the duvet, this hot selection of events will make sure you get the most of your two days off. Read our guide to this weekend in Glasgow and revel in what the city's got to offer.
Kick off your weekend of events at Revolution, a lively bar that also hosts fun cocktail classes (if you fancy mixing things up). As well as serving a huge selection of cocktails, come sundown the venue transforms into a party palace of huge tunes and mad DJ nights.
If you're in the mood for Spanish dining, then look no further than renowned tapas restaurant Cubatas. Having been named as some of the best in the UK by The Sunday Times, this spot is perfect for stuffing yourself silly - make sure to wash it all done with a cocktail or jug of sangria.
Ditch the dull takeaway and head to Horn Please for a modern and fresh take on Indian cuisine. The stylish restaurant on Berkeley Street is a top choice for things to do in Glasgow on the weekend as they serve everything from classic cocktails through to scrumptious sharing plates.
Head chef Nico Simeone is something of a hot shot in Glasgow and his second restaurant Six By Nico is one of the city's most unique ventures. Mosey along to this place and you'll get to sample award-winning food with a concept that changes every six weeks.
Add some South American sizzle to your partying this weekend, as Boteco Do Brasil plays Brazilian house, R&B, Reggaeton, Latin Beats and Dancehall until 3am. To sweeten the deal? There's free entry all night and plenty of affordable cocktails to fuel your dancing.
At some point this weekend in Glasgow you're going to find yourself on Sauchiehall Street. When this happens, head into Nice 'N' Sleazy to kick off a weekend of partying as the dive-style bar puts on live music events, DJ nights and drink promos.
Kick-start your weekend with a sprinkling of live music at Pie & Brew. Friday nights call for a fusion of Glasgow's finest DJs collaborating with talented vocalists and musicians, while Saturdays are designated to live music from the city's underground scene, so there's something for everyone.
Whether you're nursing a sore head or looking to get your bottomless brunching on, head to The Brunch Club for mouthwatering dishes and thirst-quenching drinks. Think pancakes, French toast and more at a place that champions the weekend all day, every day.