10 new places to eat and drink in Glasgow
Not one to let a global pandemic get in the way, these new restaurants, bars and cafes have just opened their doors. Here are 10 places to visit in Glasgow.
The Absent Ear
A new speakeasy bar where you book a table by sending an email to email@example.com.
Bramble Cafe has recently relocated to Pollokshaws Road (near to the M&S garage) from their old haunt in Giffnock. Their food was excellent before and still looks great.
Beat 6 is a charitable restaurant from the team behind Six by Nico. All profits will be donated to Beatson Cancer Charity.
Sylvan is a vegetarian restaurant, bar and shop opening on 18th June.
Japanese street food takeaway with Nigiri, sushi and more.
The Bakery by Grain and Grind
Grain and Grind seem to be all over the place now and now there is The Bakery by Grain and Grind on Victoria Road.
Cocktails, a great selection of draught beers and Scottish produce are what you can expect from this new bar and restaurant in the west of the city. Visit The Bull’s Facebook page to take a look at some of their mouth-watering dishes.
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Situated in trendy Strathbungo to the south of the city, The Luchador serves up South American dishes and fine agave spirits. Try some of their tasty tacos or small plates with a Copitas to share, which is a carafe of tequila or mescal served in a traditional clay cup. Visit The Luchador website to book a table.
Joia Italian Restaurant & Bar
Having opened in early June, Joia Italian Restaurant & Bar serves up authentic Italian cuisine in Finnieston. Choose from their a la carte or market menus and transport yourself to sunnier climes with each mouthful whilst staying right here in Glasgow. Check out the Joia website to view the menu.
Derby Lane in Finnieston looks fab. You can drop in for a sneak peek or to try the takeaway menu just now.