Best Events This July In Glasgow
As it’s been quite some time since we’ve been able to go out, you may feel a little out of touch with what’s going on in the city this summer. While restrictions remain in place, that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. From burlesque shows and boozy crazy golf to alfresco dining spots and subterranean bars, here’s our handpicked guide of the best things to do in Glasgow this July.
Sports fans can watch all the fixtures at Ark this summer, whether you're after the tennis, cricket or footie. The venue even boasts a spacious beer garden with plenty of screens, so you won't have to miss out on the sun either.
Every Wednesday, Absurd Bird hosts a glorious bottomless wing night, where you can eat as many drums and flats as you want, for as little as £16.95. Wash it down with classics cocktails, tasty beers or wines - just make sure to book a table in advance.
There's just something alluring about the idea of a secret bar, isn't there? If you're not quite sure what to do in Glasgow this July, check out our guide to the city's best hidden gems for plush speakeasies, subterranean dance clubs and off-kilter poetry bars.
Alfresco dining never looked so good. Explore our pick of the best outdoor restaurants to visit this summer; whether you're in search of gorgeous suntrap terraces, rooftop eateries or street-side tables, the city is chock-full of places to top up your tan while you eat.
If you're on the hunt for things to do in Glasgow's city centre, head to Browns Brasserie for a chilled out Sunday lunch to the charming accompaniment of a live pianist. Whether you're on a date or family outing, this event promises to be a lovely end to your week.
The Hillhead Bookclub in the West End offers a jam-packed roster of events and offers, including meat-free Mondays, 2-4-1 Tuesdays, tenner burger (and beer) Wednesdays, wings Thursdays and more. You and your taste buds will never be bored again.