Best Cold Weather Hangouts in Glasgow

Oh the weather outside is frightful. But these bars are so delightful. Yep, Glasgow was plunged into winter this week, snow obviously didn’t get the memo that’s it’s still only November. But just because it’s baltic out there, it doesn’t mean you’ve got to hibernate. Make the most of this nippy weather, duck, dive and slip your way out of the wind, rain and ice and head to one of these toasty joints instead. Primed places, that are just right…

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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…

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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…

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Review: Inn Deep, Kelvinbridge

Inn Deep, on Great Western Road (just across the river from Kelvinbridge subway station), is an affordable bar and restaurant with a focus on craft beer and hearty food. Situated right on the river Kelvin, Inn Deep has a fantastic little beer garden with some nice views over the river, small park below and the spire of St Mary’s Cathedral. Given we were here a few weeks ago though, on one of the coldest nights of the year, we didn’t…

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Review: Maggie May’s, Merchant City

It’s quite fitting that the first pub’s threshold I crossed since moving to Glasgow is the first I’m choosing to write about here on Get Out Glasgow. This lively pub on the cusp of the Merchant City offers a sanctuary from the sweated floors and muffled bass of most other establishments open past the witching hour, and it’s not difficult to see why it’s become such a staple of Merchant City life for most. I find that if it’s 1am…

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