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  • 100 Acre

    360 Curtis Avenue, G73 2EB

    Cambuslang & Rutherglen, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About 100 Acre

    The 100 Acres is a welcoming bar on Curtis Avenue in Rutherglen in Glasgow’s Southside. In addition to the well used Trevi Suite function room, the 100 Acres attracts its customers with a vibrant roster of events. DJs, bands, bingo, karaoke and a pub quiz all vie for attention along with darts, dominoes and all the sports you can handle on the TV screens. The outdoor seating is very popular in the warmer months.

  • 1051 GWR

    1051 Great Western Road , G12 OXP

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, International, Gastro Pub

    About 1051 GWR

    Originally a Victorian railway station, 1051 GWR serves up cocktails, craft beers and elevated pub grub in a multi-stored property on Great Western Road. The landmark Category B sandstone building is designed in the 19th century Beaux Art style and inside, carriage-style booth seating conjures up its romantic railway heritage. Visitors can also drink, dine and watch the world go by in the garden area.

  • 56 North

    2 West Crosscauseway, EH8 9ET

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Bar Food

    About 56 North

    56 North is a Modern and airy restaurant in the southside of Edinburgh which creates a relaxed atmosphere. Modern twists on classic dishes are the order of the day and we are renowned locally for our selection of cocktails.

  • Andrew Usher & Co.

    32B West Nicolson Street, EH8 9DD

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Vegetarian/Vegan, Traditional

    About Andrew Usher & Co.

    This Southside cellar bar was once part of the Usher brewing and distilling dynasty. That heritage lives on at Andrew Usher & Co, a bar with an astonishing range of bottled, canned and draught beers from all over the UK and much further abroad. While craft beers are a focus here, the staff are equally as happy to whiz up a cocktail or recommend a bottle of wine to go with the bar food. Students, academic staff and audience members in for a bite before a show at the Festival Theatre can all be found here.

  • Avant Garde

    34-44 King Street, G1 5QT

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Mediterranean, Gastro Pub

    About Avant Garde

    An inviting space with a cool, contemporary décor, Avant Garde is a lively music bar and restaurant on King Street in the Merchant City. The huge windows are great for people watching but much of the attention focuses on the regular live music, especially the weekend ceilidh and jazz sessions. The kitchen delivers a popular mix of bar classics and Mediterranean favourites with a strong Greek and Italian emphasis.

  • Babbity Bowster

    16-18 Blackfriars St, G1 1PE

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Modern, Traditional

    About Babbity Bowster

    Babbity Bowster is one of those iconic Glasgow drinking and dining spots that charms anyone lucky enough to stumble upon it.

    Tucked away on Blackfriars Street, it is both a small guest house and French-influenced restaurant that showcases seasonal Scottish ingredients.

    Inside, you will find a cosy fireplace, restful decor and an overall welcoming feel. Babbity Bowster is actually named after an old Scottish country dance, so it’s fitting that occasional live music events add to the vibe.

  • Badger & Co

    32 Castle street, EH2 3HT

    City Centre, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Scottish, Traditional

    About Badger & Co

    Badger & Co is on Castle Street in the former home of Kenneth Grahame, the author of Wind in the Willows. This history plays a prominent part in the decor. Think Toad Hall’s padded leather seats, chandeliers and wood panelled walls. There are deer heads wearing wigs and a picture of a well dressed badger riding a penny farthing. It’s how a 21st century hipster might imagine an Edwardian gentleman’s club. As well as a private dining room, there are several intriguing nooks and crannies
    and a courtyard for al fresco drinks and dining.

  • Bar 91

    91 Candleriggs, G1 1NP

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: European, International, Italian

    About Bar 91

    For more than twenty seven years, Bar91 has been offering impeccable service, delightful beverages, and exquisite locally sourced international cuisine. This vibrant gastropub is unquestionably a gem worth seeking.

  • Basils

    9-11 Annfield, EH6 4JF

    Leith, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Basils

    Inspired by famous Scottish architect, Sir Basil Spence, this unique neighbourhood bar and kitchen embraces the spirit of 1960s food and design. Diners can tuck into a cosmopolitan menu offering modern takes on classic retro dishes, from eggs benedict in the morning to gammon steak in the evening. The snazzy hand-painted mural offers a perfect backdrop to it all.

  • Beneroti

    927 Sauchiehall Street, G3 7TQ

    West End, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Beneroti

    A two minute walk from Kelvingrove Park, and just around the corner from the main Finnieston strip, Beneroti is a smart, contemporary restaurant on Sauchiehall Street. Stripped stone walls, candles and flower displays help make a warm, intimate atmosphere. The service is a good balance of semi-formal professionalism and relaxed friendliness.

  • Biblos

    1 Chambers Street, EH1 1HR

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Gastro Pub

    About Biblos

    Biblos is on Chambers Street in the atmospheric Old Town. Handy for Edinburgh Uni, and with licensing hours which are very popular with students, Biblos is open from breakfast until the small hours. The wall-to- ceiling, wraparound windows are great for people watching, particularly during the Festival. Part of Biblos, the adjacent B Bar runs live music every night. The cocktail list begs to be explored thoroughly.

  • Blackfriars

    36 Bell Street, G1 1LG

    Merchant City, Glasgow

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Blackfriars

    Since 1995, Blackfriars has been giving Merchant City real ale fans plenty to smile about. With twelve beer taps – five real ales, many Scottish – alongside some 40 bottled beers from all over the world, there is plenty of choice. It is not hard to see why Blackfriars has won CAMRA’s Glasgow Pub Of The Year twice. The basement venue hosts regular club nights with DJs and bands playing the hippest music from the 1950’s onwards. If many of Blackfriars neighbours are style bars, this is more of an honest to goodness pub.

  • Burnside Hotel

    East Kilbride Road, G73 5EA

    Cambuslang & Rutherglen, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, Traditional, Gastro Pub

    About Burnside Hotel

    The Burnside Hotel is a welcoming venue on Rutherglen’s East Kilbride Road. As well as comfortable lounge and bar areas, it has outside seating for those warm summer days. As suitable for a quiet meal for two as it is for large group celebrations, the hotel offers several menus designed to appeal for all sorts of occasions. Regular live music, quiz nights and live sport keep the bars buzzing.

  • Carnivore

    208 Cowgate, EH1 1LL

    Old Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Steaks & Grill, Gastro Pub

    About Carnivore

    As you’d expect by the name, Carnivore is all about the meat (which isn’t to say that there aren’t a few creative veggie options too).

    The stylishly stripped down interior puts the focus firmly on the food, while the menu itself has a distinctly cross-Atlantic appeal. So expect Philly cheesesteaks and reuben sandwiches jostling for attention alongside fish & chips and pork belly with mash.

  • Chinaski's

    239 North Street, G3 7DL

    City Centre, Glasgow

    Cuisine: International, Bar Food, Gastro Pub

    About Chinaski's

    Named after Charles Bukowski’s literary alter ego, Chinaski’s is an atmospheric bourbon and cigar bar on North Street, Charing Cross. With an impressively well stocked back bar, a heated outdoor terrace, beer garden, weekend DJ’s and, of course, delicious food, it’s the perfect place to while away the hours, wine and dine a date, or stop by for a quick bite.

  • Church on the Hill

    16 Algie Street, G41 3DJ

    South Side, Glasgow

    Cuisine: British, European, Gastro Pub

    About Church on the Hill

    Popular Shawlands institution, Church on the Hill, has undergone a revamp. The cavernous pub has been restored, reworked and reimagined, with refreshed decor and a brand new menu. Alongside a hearty pub grub selection, guests can enjoy brunch until 3pm each day and even mix themselves a remedy at the DIY Bloody Mary bar. There is also a new cocktail list created with the expert alchemists at The Spiritualist bar. The focus is on building a true community vibe, where visitors can add photos of their pooches to the Doggy Wall of Fame, browse paperbacks in the book exchange and even take away a souvenir painted bottle.

  • Clerk’s Bar

    74/78 South Clerk Street, EH8 9PT

    South Side, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Clerk’s Bar

    Barbecue smoked low and slow; craft beers and all the sporting action keep the customers coming at Clerk’s Bar on South Clerk Street. The kitchen smokes its own ribs, chicken and meats for up to twelve hours and then serves them with a range of hot sauces. Dogs, nachos, burgers and burritos complete the finger-licking line-up.

  • Clermiston Inn

    9 Rannoch Road, EH4 7EG

    Corstorphine, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Clermiston Inn

    The Clermiston Inn is a family-friendly community pub in west Edinburgh serving quality, homemade pub grub.

  • Cloisters Bar

    26 Brougham Street, EH3 9JH

    Tollcross, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: British, Bar Food, Gastro Pub

    About Cloisters Bar

    A craft beer bar long before craft beer bars existed, Cloisters is a cheery, welcoming and down to earth bar on Brougham Street. Cloisters kitchen serves several varieties of burger, all made by hand from prime Borders chuck steak. These are supplemented by daily specials and non-burger options like the cheese and cold meats deli platter; the feta, walnut and plum chutney filo bites or the deep fried squid with coriander, lime and sea salt.

  • Cross & Corner

    1 Canonmills, EH3 5HA

    New Town, Edinburgh

    Cuisine: Gastro Pub

    About Cross & Corner

    After a complete rebrand, Cross & Corner on Canonmills is winning a new and loyal following as a contemporary craft beer bar with a serious food menu. The craft beers, many of them local, and a wide range of gin are big attractions but the kitchen plays its part ably. Dishes range from the simple – like the buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup served at breakfast – to main courses like the pan-seared pork fillet wrapped in Parma ham and served with sautéed new potatoes and creamed leeks.

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