A Complete Introduction to Glasgow’s Bar & Pub Scene

The city of Glasgow is famous for many things, but perhaps none more so than its love of a good drink (or “bevvy” in the local tongue). If you’re coming to Glasgow as a tourist for the first time or perhaps moving to the city to study or work, becoming familiar with Glasgow’s pub culture will likely be a big part of getting to know this city. Look no further than this guide for for the dummy’s introduction to the Glasgow… Keep Reading

Best Restaurants in Glasgow’s West End

The West End of Glasgow certainly isn’t short on things to do, and it has a wealth of amazing bars and restaurants to match. We’ve previously looked at our favourite pubs and bars in the area, but what if you fancy something to eat? We’ve taken suggestions from all of our contributors and reached out to almost 5,000 Twitter followers to bring you this list of what are, quite simply, the best restaurants in Glasgow’s West End! Click here to… Keep Reading

8 Amazing Free Things To Do in Glasgow

One of the truly incredible things about Glasgow is that so many of the city’s cultural attractions are completely free of charge (to everyone!) and, as a result, there are so many amazing ways to spend your time in the city without spending a penny. Whether you’re visiting the city for a few days (if so, welcome!), or live here and are looking for something to do this weekend, we’ve compiled a collection of the best free things to do… Keep Reading

Review: Cocktail & Burger, Sauchiehall Street

We went to Cocktail & Burger, one of the “coolest” joints in town at the moment, last Saturday around 9pm, and the place was absolutely packed. We went in with high expectations from word-of-mouth and other reviews, but had such a bad time with the staff and service that we were left with a bad taste in the mouth. Read on to find out where C&B fails and why you probably shouldn’t bother. When you walk into Cocktail & Burger… Keep Reading

Review: The Old Hairdressers, City Centre

There are lots of bars in the city centre. However if, like me, you like to be able to have a conversation on a Friday or Saturday night and not have to scream at the top of your lungs, not many of them are any good. The Old Hairdressers is a breath of fresh air in this environment with its stripped back aesthetics, relaxed environment and great music played at a sensible volume. Tucked away down Renfield Lane, directly across… Keep Reading