Glasgow is full of quirky places to eat, from refurbished churches serving Scottish classics to neon-covered restaurant bars serving Southern soul food. If you're in the mood to do something a little different this autumn, head on over to these unique eateries across the city.
Things To Do This Autumn In Glasgow
Some people think that autumn is the perfect season for slowing down after a long hot summer, but we are not those people. While things may look a little different this year, there's still plenty to get stuck into this September to November. From Halloween extravaganzas to immersive dining, here's our bucket list of the best things to do this autumn in Glasgow.
This autumn, we're making the most of daytime events in Glasgow, so of course boozy brunches are a top priority. Whether it's at a sleek restaurant or a quirky bar, there are plenty of great locations to tuck into eggs benny, fluffy pancakes and full brekkie plates with plenty of fizz.
Planning on dining outdoors this autumn? Cosy up under the heaters, bundle up in blankets or wrap up warm at these places to eat outside in Glasgow, from brewpubs serving American-inspired bites to expansive beer gardens that are ideal for munching on pub classics.
Things are getting mighty spooky around here this season as All Hallows Eve brings us some excellent events to get involved with. From immersive murder mystery dinners to freakishly fun quirky events in the city, this is your Halloween in Glasgow round up.
Proof that every cloud has a silver lining, autumn means that the humble roast is back on the menu. From decadent spreads to a plate of the good stuff at your local gastropub, we've got the low down on where to get your fill of meaty Sunday lunches with all the trimmings.
Autumn is Glasgow is made even better with its wide choice of cosy pubs to curl up in when temperatures drop. Toasty, cosy, intimate and warm, these are the kind of places you can hang out with your bubble next to a roaring fireplace with a bowl of hot food.