Glasgow itself is famous for being one of the friendliest cities in Scotland, and we stand by this claim! There’s a buzz about Glasgow that’s like no other. There’s a fantastic music scene with deep roots that will interest almost everyone on the planet, and the atmosphere is addictive. Try it once and you’ll be back every year. You’ll see.
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The Corinthian Club is housed within one of Glasgow’s most impressive buildings at 191 Ingram Street. A former bank and high court, the grade A listed building is now home to a variety of restaurant, bar and event spaces. Set over 5 floors, The Club has become synonymous with stylish surroundings and stand out service.
Whether you are enjoying a steak and bottle of red under the grand dome of the Teller’s Brasserie on a cosy date, or getting the gang together for a mimosa filled brunch to remember, you’ll always get a lovely warm welcome. If you don’t go for any of these things, simply go in for a gaze at the beautiful building. It’s absolutely stunning.
The Howlin Wolf, is Scotland’s Best Live Music Venue, according to SLTN.
Open 12 noon to 3am – 7 days. Wow. They’ve been around for 8 years and are passionate about live Blues music. The guys at The Howlin’ Wolf feel it’s a genre that is the root of everything great that came after and are dedicated to showing that to the world. Always good vibes and a great atmosphere.
What are they all about? Awesome coffee, excellent food, friendly folk and a welcoming place to relax. Simple! Their exclusive Gunnerbean coffee is a delicious blend of Colombian and Brazillian beans. Roasted to bring out the chocolate and nutty notes, our coffee is great to drink as a simple espresso, or with milk in a flat white or latte. They extract all our tasty shots on a beautiful, red La Marzocco FB70 espresso machine. Great coffee, great service – sold!
THE BEST PIZZA IN GLASGOW?
These guys use traditional ingredients and proper mozzarella atop Nonna’s original ragu to create proper Napoli-style thin base pizza.
Then they add some of the best topping combos that Merchant City has ever seen before baking in proper wood-fired ovens. Go with an empty stomach. You’ll thank us. DEVINE.
Fountain Gardens was originally laid out on grounds called Hope Temple Gardens, which were created by prominent business man John Love in 1797. The Hope Temple Museum and a bowling green were sited within the original park. Love became bankrupt after a disastrous American business venture in 1866. He enlisted the help of James Craig Niven, a landscape architect, to redesign the park and gardens. A new layout was approved and constructed. It featured a geometric layout, broader walkways, drinking fountains, rock garden and alpine beds. The park was renamed and opened officially on 26 May 1868. Nearby Love Street was named in homage to the original park owner.
The Hidden Lane Gallery opened on Argyle Street in November 2009 and has put on exhibitions by local artists such as Alasdair Gray, Hilda Goldwag, Claire Mulholland and Lorcan Vallely, plus African art and artefacts and the work of Haitian artist Franketienne. The Gallery has now moved location into the Hidden Lane and from 2022 will be the permanent home of the beautiful photographic work from the 1920s and 1930s by Margaret Watkins .