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 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! Stravaigin 28 Gibson… 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: Bibi’s, Dumbarton Road

Despite having opened its doors in 2007, if you tell people you had dinner at Bibi’s Mexican Cantina, most of them will stare blankly back at you. Unfortunately, the reason that the restaurant is so unknown to most is because of its location. It is situated at bottom of Dumbarton Road, deep in the West End, where most city-goers just wouldn’t venture. Well, I took a trip there and I can honestly say, it’s worth the journey. When we walked… 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