Singles in Glasgow
Are you single in Glasgow? Lucky you! Whether you're looking for someone to spend your life with or looking for someone to spend your night with, (or even if you're not looking at all) our city has some top bars and clubs just made for mixing. Whether it's romantic cocktail lounge or a flirty party club you're after, 'The One' could be just around the corner. Fall in love with some of these great single-friendly and mingle-perfect bars and clubs in Glasgow, and who knows whose heart you might break?
Last updated on 21st June 2017
Got a bit of a penchant for all things beer-filled? Look no further than Shilling Brewing Co as they brew their pints on site. As well as serving up some seriously delicious tipples, this spot is also perfect for a bit of fun-time socialising, whether that be a boys night out, a girls' get-together or singles night out in Glasgow.
One of the best places for singles to party in Glasgow, Sub Club is more than fun and friendly. From their roaring selection of DJ nights that hail down with some of the finest in house and alternative, to their affordability, Sub Club is a great place to revel in the single life in the city.
Single and proud, there ain't no doubt about it, but you're having doubts about where to head on a night out? Join Revolution, not only for a fun meal and cocktails with friends, but stick around long enough and you'll get to revel in their late night party scene.
Primed with Glasgow's young and fun crowd, those in the singles bracket will more than feel welcome in a venue like Hummingbird. Made for nights out with friends and promising unique interiors and crafty cocktails, Hummingbird puts the single life back on top.
While a tiki bar on Bath Street might not seem like the place to find The One, if you spend your days skimming classifieds for fun people with GSOH, then you should save yourself the price of the paper and come here instead. The crowd at the Tiki Bar are such a fun bunch, super friendly and up for a laugh. So get some Dutch courage in the form of South Pacific cocktails into you, and strike up a conversation, you never know who you might meet.
Loud and party proud, Hillhead Bookclub is a fun time singles bar in Glasgow that makes little to no excuses for itself. From bonding with new friends over the ping pong or indulging in one of their DJ nights, this is the place to be should you be lacking a ball and chain in the city.
As one of the most fun party spots in Glasgow, Sugar Cube is a great spot for getting your flirt on. The girls are glam, the gents are dapper and everyone's out for a good time. With several rooms and VIP spaces to choose from, get ready to have a fun night out.
Did you ever hear the story about the couple who met at their favourite band's gig? Okay neither did we, but we bet it's happened somewhere. And where better to find your soul mate than while watching your favourite band rock out at one of the finest music venues in the nation? And even if you don't hook up, you never feel alone when you're in a crowd of like-minded musos.
Metropolitan bar in Merchant City is a prime spot to bag yourself a beau. Along with monthly Ditch or Date speed dating events, the bar itself is a select spot for picking up. Boasting both lively party spaces and more romantic, secluded spots as well as a great location overlooking other bars on Merchant Square, it's prime prowling territory. With chic stylish surroundings, the constantly flowing cocktails and a variety of spaces and corners in which to flirt, Metropolitan is a refined bar to bag yourself a catch.
Yes, it's nice to date someone suave, professional and well connected, but that's not why you should go to 29 Private Member's Club looking for love. Yes, it's easier to get to know someone if you're part of the same club, but that's not the reason either. You should go there because it has some seriously good outside spaces. With a smoking terrace in every room and the Moet & Chandon roof terrace up top, 29 is a mingler's dream. And everyone knows the best flirting goes down in the smoking area, right?