Feeling a little worse for wear after ice-skating in Glasgow? Luckily Browns is just a few hops away from all the action on George's Square at Christmas time. With incredible cocktails, and delicious food, this chic Glasgow restaurant bar is the perfect place to regather after a night in the cold, or to finish off a romantic date night on the ice.
Bars to Visit After Ice-Skating in Glasgow
So you've spent a couple of hours out in the cold, either working up a sweat doing laps around those novice skates, or spending half the time clinging to the edge, and the other half on your arse on the ice. Yes, ice skating in Glasgow is one tough gig, so once you're back on dry land, you deserve a drink. Whether it's a cold pint or hot pub you're after, we have just the bars to visit after ice skating in Glasgow. Bars, either near Glasgow on Ice in Georges Square, or the kind of places that are so darn toasty, they're worth going a little further for. So pick yourself up off the ice, and limp your way to these great Glasgow bars, for some post-skate tipples.
Feeling a little chilly after a stint of ice-skating in Glasgow? Get a hot whisky into you? And where better than one of Glasgow's best Irish bars, mere seconds away from the action on Georges Square? Waxy's is a lively bar for carrying on the wintertime festivities 'til late, while lots of cosy corners and comfy tables mean those feeling a bit worse for wear can flake out in comfort after there Glasgow ice-skating experience.
Okay so it may be all the way over in the West End, but after a chilly night ice-skating in Glasgow, Curler's Rest is a cosy bar to snuggle up in and get some heat back into your bones. With a big open fire, great pub grub and comfy couches, this is one toasty hangout to chill out with friends or your beau after a fun evening on the ice in Glasgow.