After a busy morning of shopping in the city centre, there are few places as good as Brassiere Abode for an afternoon tea. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or just want a pick-me-up, the all-day eatery's Champagne-fuelled offering comes at a very reasonable £26.
Afternoon Tea in Glasgow
We have many oddball traditions in this country, but one we'd never let go of is afternoon tea - better still, a boozy one. Cake, sandos, Champagne... what's not to love? Whether you're organising a hen do or celebrating a special occasion, the city is home to some of the finest midday wining and dining. So next time you fancy some cream scones and bubbly at 3pm (eh, that's us every afternoon), check out our guide to afternoon tea in Glasgow.
Located on Buchanan Street, The Ivy brings its luxurious brasserie menu to Glasgow City Centre. Indulge in an opulent afternoon tea here and you can tuck into freshly baked fruit scones, truffled chicken brioche, cucumber sandwiches, smoked Scottish salmon on beetroot bread and Champagne.
From the grand interiors and the chic clientele to the pretty views and refined vibes, this bar is a rather swanky spot to spend an afternoon. Their Rose Tea Experience offers BrewHaHa Rose infusion tea with a glass of Champagne along with the usual opulent array of sandwiches and treats.
Raspberry madeleines, banoffee tarts, strawberry meringues, banana cake... and that's before we even get to the scones and the sandwiches. The Corinthian Club offers one of the most decadent afternoon teas in one of the most opulent surroundings.
Afternoon tea is a rather decadent affair, given this place is old enough to remember when afternoon teas were an every day ritual. With a fine selection of gourmet sandwiches, scones, tarts, meringues and eclairs, this one is a sweet tooth's dream.
One of the best restaurants around, this Spanish-inspired spot serves up more than just tapas. Head here for a glitzy affiar, complete with stacks of sandwiches, scones and scrumptious treats, with seasonal twists throughout the year.
This stunning hotel bar has a number of high tea options, from the decadent to the down-right tasty, against a backdrop of lavish interiors. Topping it all off, each of their teas can be joined with a glass of Champagne for an utterly lavish treat at the weekend.