29 May 2015 09:51
If you fancy a burger or the likes go to Bread Meats Bread. Best I've had.
Standard night out I would probably say Bamboo or Kushion. You'll get a lot of decent skirt at least.
Glasgow is a ball ache to get in places if your not from there and in groups. Or at least I've found even though I'm Scottish.
3 Oct 2015 17:20
Is W2 store open on Sunday?
22 Mar 2017 12:36
Glasgow Fukers, what's good? I'm up from Thurs-Mon and need good places to check out.
22 Mar 2017 20:55
The Gannet or Ox and Finch if you want a good meal.
Kimchi Cult if you want some good 'fast food'.
SWG3 or Berkeley Suit for a night out.
22 Mar 2017 21:17
The Shed if you want to be fingered by Michelle McManus.
posted 23 Mar 2017 08:41, edited 23 Mar 2017 08:41
Bloc for some good food drink and sometimes live music. The Finnieston for cocktails. Bread meats bread for burgers. Subclub for a night out (regarded as one of the best clubs in the world). Head out west end way to Byers Road as lots of nice little cafes and food out that way. Oran Moar does great live music nights occasionally. The grill on the corner is also a good shout for a decent steak. They also have end clothing now which will be worth a look.
23 Mar 2017 08:52
X2 on the grill on the corner.
I'm sure you can sign up for a loyalty card online which gives you 40% off almost all food. You don't need to do anything to get the discount. Just book online via your account and it'll come off your bill automatically.
23 Mar 2017 10:35
It's mainly daytime stuff I need as I'm up for the 6 Music Festival so my nights are filled. Any good galleries or exhibitions on?
23 Mar 2017 11:10
The CCA on Sauchiehall Street is always worth a look and the café there is great. Also The Lighthouse on Mitchell Lane, just of Buchanan Street.
23 Mar 2017 11:48
The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is ok. Not sure if anything good on at the moment though. Gallery of Modern Art which is literally just off Buchanan Street usually has something worth going to see and doesn't take too long.
23 Mar 2017 14:21
Check out the new End store.
31 Aug 2019 06:09
wheres good for craft beer in glasgow?
31 Aug 2019 07:43
The State, Inn Deep, Drygate, West Beer, & Shilling Brewing Co. Innis & Gunn is decent too and on Ashton Lane which is worth a visit.
31 Aug 2019 08:02
which ones are city centre andy?
posted 31 Aug 2019 11:58, edited 31 Aug 2019 11:58
Depends where you're staying / going exactly.
Shilling is bang in the centre. The State is just north-west of the city centre but still central. Drygate is slightly east of the city centre. West Beer is south-east on Glasgow Green.
Inn Deep is out in the West End (potentially worth a visit, you can get there on the comically-small Subway, Kelvinbridge station), as is Innis & Gunn (Hillhead Subway station).
31 Aug 2019 18:21
Koelschip yard by far best beer in glasgow. Worth a trip out the city centre.