Best Beer Gardens in Glasgow

Summer is slowly crawling its way towards Glasgow, and as the temperature SOARS (by our standards) into the mid to high teens for the best part of a week or two, many of the city’s inhabitants will be looking to go taps aff in their local beer garden. Due to our generally dreich climate, Glasgow doesn’t exactly boast the best selection of beer gardens, but there are still a good few gems right across the city, read on for our… Keep Reading

Best Burger Restaurants in Glasgow

In case you hadn’t noticed, burgers are all the rage in Glasgow at the moment, with more Americana-style eateries popping up than you can shake a well-seasoned patty at. We’re no stranger to a burger here at GOG, having reviewed more than a few of the following list in the past, so if you’re hankering for a great burger in Glasgow, try out one of these (which are listed in no particular order) and you won’t be disappointed! Click here… 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: Vespbar, City Centre

Vespbar is a retro-styled Italian restaurant in the heart of the city centre, just half a block from Central Station. Not long opened, Get Out Glasgow were invited along to try out their new menu. Read on to see what we thought! When you walk into Vespbar it can initially be a tad confusing – it’s styled and laid out as an all out bar, but is selling itself as a restaurant. This caused some confusion as, when walking in,… Keep Reading

Review: The 13th Note, King Street

The Merchant City is well known for its trendy “city slicker” scene around the Merchant Square. Now there’s nothing wrong with that, but for those who like their bars a little more alternative, a 3 minute walk to the south will take you to this little gem. On the corner of King Street sits The 13th Note. This is a pub which, for all intents and purposes, looks positively shabby; the sign is dilapidated, the windows dirty and the seats… Keep Reading