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A traditional boozer with plenty of Glaswegian character and kilted staff. The hundred plus whiskies on offer might explain its name which means 'Water of Life'.
A buzzing basement bar in Glasgow with a late licence and a Soviet Union theme. A great place to catch fresh bands and local Dj talent.
Nice 'N' Sleazy
A casual vibe, cheap drinks, local bands, and a killer jukebox pulls in the Glasgow crowds, who rather affectionately refer to it as plain old Sleazys.
The Horseshoe Bar
Don't pretend you haven't heard of it! Glasgow's most legendary night spot, oozing original Victorian gin-palace charm.
Grade A listed archways housing the hippest sounds on the planet, let alone Glasgow. It's going to be a late night!
What could be more pleasant than sharing a saucy cocktail with people as good-looking as your good self?
The Butterfly and Pig
Shabby chic restaurant bar, that gives a whimsical retreat from the hustle of the Glasgow city centre.
Situated in the heart of the city is Glasgow’s oldest bar and restaurant based across three floors for you to enjoy.
The Grade A listed archways is home to Glasgow’s arts and music scene and a must see for the night owls!
Quirky and cool is what this bar is all about, set in an old cinema they cater for both vegetarians and meat eaters, and not forgetting serve fantastic cocktails.Buy tickets