Anybody for drinks in one of the city's coolest hidden bars? From cabaret venues to down and dirty club venues, sleek hideaways to boltholes off the beaten track, we've lined-up the secret bars in Glasgow for when you just want to escape it all.
Quirky Things To Do In Glasgow
Looking for something to do that's fun but doesn't involve being dragged to a club and forced to dance in a circle with your pals 'til the wee hours? From burlesque shows to hidden bars, there's plenty of exciting experiences that offer something a little bit different to your usual. Take a look at our pick of quirky things to do in Glasgow and go try them out - you might just end up with a new hobby or undiscovered talent.
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Offering a swoon-worthy space for drinking and dancing in the city, Swing is the stuff of date night dreams. Groove along to live jazz music in a 1920s Art Deco setting, where a long list of cocktails and some of the country's best performers await.
It doesn't get much quirkier than Absurd Bird. A fun restaurant on Nelson Mandela Place, this is the home of Glasgow's only bottomless wing night. Stuff your chops with juicy fried bites for just £16.95, all against a backdrop of American diner-style interiors and bright neon light features.
One of the best comedy nights in Glasgow, the Rotunda is renowned for programming some of the funniest stand up in the biz for their hallowed Friday night shows. Get yourself over for the chance to kick the weekend off with a serious giggle.
When it comes to quirky events and unusual entertainment, Riding Room is up there. You'll never tire of the quirky activities on show here, with live sets, burlesque, side-shows and magic acts all taking centre stage as unusual cocktails are served in jam jars and silver kettles.
Putt your aim to the test at Fore Play Crazy Golf which combines crazy golf, booze and some of the city's finest street food for one bizarre night out in Glasgow. Toting a nine-hole course, an ever-changing roster of vendors and regular live music, there's plenty of fun to be had.
Swing by the Pie & Brew on a weekend and you can catch some of the city's best performers. As well as dancing to top new talent, you'll get to tuck into hearty plates of classic comfort food, with a menu of refreshing craft beer to wash it all down.
Looing for quirky places to eat in Glasgow? Fondly nicknamed The Luchy, this restaurant is bringing an extra dash of South American spirit to your nights out. Chomp away on freshly made tacos, enchiladas and speciality dishes washed down with lip-smacking margs.
One of the quirkiest bars in Glasgow, this fun and interactive golfing experience is letting you play some of the world's best courses without having to leave the city centre. Head over to the Golf Lounge for the chance to compete and party until the wee hours.
Get some top-quality Germen bier in you and party like it's Oktoberfest at Bar Varia. Promising an all-singing, all-dancing, all-kinds of fun night out in Glasgow, it's one of the city's quirkiest and most beloved bars for it's delicious refreshments and unique charm.
Super Bario is Glasgow's first dedicated arcade bar and it is everything you could want for a quirky night out. Restoring a heap of classics from the golden era of gaming, you can battle your friends on Mortal Kombat one night and compete against your date on Ridge Racer the next.
If clubbing is more your type of thing? You won't want to miss out on what's happening at SWG3. Having hosted the likes of Seth Troxler and Eats Everything, this late night mecca can also switch things up with outdoor movie screenings, Bongo's Bingo and more unusual events.