Best Craft Beer Bars in Glasgow

Craft Beer is having a bit of a moment all over the world, but in Glasgow, it’s having a bit of a minute. The appetite for refined brews with great flavour is bigger than ever in Glasgow, and every new bar that opens in town makes room for some niche beers on the menu. And craft beer isn’t just a brew with a heart, but it also gives you a clear head the next morning too. Today marks the start… Keep Reading

Best Spanish Tapas Restaurants in Glasgow

Spain is a country to savour, whether you like the incredible Mediterranean flavours, the sun, the contrasting landscapes, the culture, the history or the friendly people. However, for a taste of Spain without having to catch a flight, Glasgow has some great places to offer which will make you feel like you’re there! You may not find great Spanish chefs like Ferran Adrià, Arzak or Berasategui, but what you will find are good restaurants with a Spanish touch. Read on… Keep Reading

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

Review: Dakhin, Candleriggs

Glasgow certainly has no shortage of Indian cuisine. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if there were more Indian restaurants than almost anything else in the city. In such a saturated market, how does an establishment truly excel and not just become part of the scenery? We visited Dakhin, in the Merchant City’s Candleriggs, to see if their promise of unusual Indian cuisine would impress. The first thing which strikes you when you walk into Dakhin is the stylish modern… Keep Reading

Review: Sloans, City Centre

Sloans, situated in the heart of the city, nestled between Argyle and Sauchiehall Streets and at the foot of the stretch of expensive ring emporia in the Argyle Arcade presents itself as Glasgow’s oldest bar and restaurant. Whilst probably not the longest-surviving booze pedlar in the town, this impressive (listed) building certainly retains some old-fashioned charm. From the beautiful mosaic tiles on the entrance steps to the fine details on each and every chair in the snug, this is a… Keep Reading