Your food and drink itinerary for Glasgow
With a fine range of food and drink, Glasgow’s leading attractions are some of the country’s most renowned. Be a part of it and experience Glasgow’s famous hospitality and tastes of the city that have helped make Glasgow what it is today.
If you’re feeling hungry head down to Willow Tea Rooms for an altogether tranquil experience. Inspired by Mackintosh, The Willow Tea Rooms at 97 Buchanan Street are modelled on Kate Cranston’s Ingram Street Tea Rooms with the recreated White Dining Room and Chinese (Blue) Room. Serving breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, tea, scones and cakes – all served all day every day!
If tea is not your choice and you prefer Scotland’s other national drink, the Glengoyne Distillery offers the full whisky experience just 40 minutes outside of Glasgow. Arguably one of Scotland’s most beautiful distilleries, Glengoyne is home to a variety of award winning malts and even offers the chance to create your own!
Visiting Soar at Intu Braehead then your spoiled for choice – whether your favourite is Italian, Mexican, Chinese, American or Traditional Fayre , a great way to relax after a day out or a lunch treat during a day’s shopping.
Join us at the Number 7 Restaurant at Celtic park and you will certainly enjoy some great food, for full details of opening times, celebration packages and tour and dine offers are available at https://bit.ly/2E6Ityi And don’t forget, if you’re into comedy or curry then make sure you follow our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GlasgowsLeadingAttractions/ for dates and how to book for these special and very popular nights at Celtic park
Worth checking out…..
Glasgow has some great cosmopolitan areas serving an amazing variety of food and drink, all with their own unique character and charm. It’s no surprise that Glasgow is consistently cited as one of the must-visit destinations in travel guides worldwide.
In and around Merchant City you can choose from indoor and outdoor restaurants and lots of stylish bars.
Heading to the West End, you will find Finnieston, a thriving area of the some of the newest restaurants and bars the City has to offer, ideal to walk to once you have finished your visit to Glasgow Science Centre, Kelvingrove and Riverside Museums or The Tall Ship.
Find out more about what the city has to offer at The Glasgow Restaurant Association website. An international city in terms of food offerings with the community spirit of a village in terms of hospitality, the familiar strapline that “People Make Glasgow” really does ring true.
There are also a number of farmers’ markets throughout Glasgow and the surrounding areas, these are definitely worth a visit and a great source of Scotland’s larder.