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Stylish wine bars in Glasgow

For a touch of sophistication and a lively night out, you cannot beat Glasgow wine bars. The city has always enjoyed a well-earned reputation as one of the most stylish places in the UK and there are so many wine bars in Glasgow reflecting that fact. The city loves getting dressed up and going out, and there are now lots of places where you can sample some of the best wines anywhere. You might be a fan of traditional Old World red favourites, such as French Bordeaux and Burgundy, Italian Barolo or Spanish Rioja and you can find countless examples of these classics on offer in the city.

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Mulberry St Bar/Bistro

Southside
International££££
5.3/692
Mulberry St Bar/Bistro

The Woods Bar

Merchant City
Drinks££££
4.9/628
The Woods Bar

Mango

West End
Latin American££££
5.2/614
Mango
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Life Glasgow

City Centre
American££££
5.3/632
Life Glasgow

Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

City Centre
Drinks££££
4.9/612
Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

Boteco Do Brasil - Glasgow

City Centre
Brazilian££££
5.1/681
Boteco Do Brasil - Glasgow

Partick Duck Club

Partick
British££££
5.7/6268
Partick Duck Club

Loks Bar & Kitchen

Shawlands
British££££
5.4/6301
Loks Bar & Kitchen

The Avenue

Bishopbriggs
Drinks££££
5.2/6125
The Avenue

The Winged Ox

City Centre
International££££
5.5/6408
The Winged Ox

Bread and Butter

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.0/6113
Bread and Butter

Drop

City Centre
Drinks££££
4.6/642
Drop

The Grumpy Goat

Yorkhill
Drinks££££
5.6/631
The Grumpy Goat

Indian Times - Stonehouse

Stonehouse
Indian££££
6.0/62
Indian Times - Stonehouse

Lebowskis Glasgow West

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.3/64
Lebowskis Glasgow West

Lounge 57

City Centre
Drinks££££
4.0/61
Lounge 57

Chequers Cocktail House

Kelvinbridge
Drinks££££
1.0/61
Chequers Cocktail House

Munros

Hillhead
Drinks££££
Munros

Dram

West End
Drinks££££
Dram

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     Raising the bar: the best cocktail bars in Glasgow

    It’s no secret that Glasgow is fond of an alcoholic beverage or two (or three), and sometimes a pint down at the local pub just won’t cut it. It’s lucky then that there is no shortage of cocktails bars in Glasgow, so you can get glammed up and spend the night sipping on sophisticated drinks in style. From buzzing city centre bars to low-key speakeasies, industrial-chic venues to Caribbean-inspired tiki bars, there are cocktail bars in Glasgow to suit all occasions, and finding the perfect one just got so much easier with Quandoo. Browse the best cocktail bars in Glasgow and filter by area and price range, then, when you’ve taken your pick, simply book a table online – no more fighting for a space at the bar.
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    Classics that you should try at Glasgow’s best cocktail bars

    With so many choices, we know that picking a cocktail can be a daunting task. If you don’t know your Margaritas from your Manhattans or your Moscow Mule from your Mai Tai, we’ve put together a little list of some of the classic options you will find shaken up at cocktail bars in Glasgow. Old Fashioned: The Old Fashioned is one of the quintessential cocktails, said to be invented over 130 years ago, made by muddling sugar and bitters then adding brandy or whisky and a twist of citrus rind to produce a smooth, mild and fruity taste.Pina Colada: If you want to experience some tropical vibes in Scotland, then head to one of Glasgow’s cocktail bars and order up a Pina Colada, a mouthwatering blend of rum, coconut cream or coconut milk and pineapple juice, usually served in a poco glass with a paper umbrella on the side!Bloody Mary: The ultimate hair of the dog drink, this cold favourite is made from vodka, tomato juice and tabasco and will cure your hangover even quicker than a can of Irn Bru will.Mojito: Originating in Cuba, the mojito now resides on cocktail bar menus all over the world. The oldest known recipe for the mojito dates back to 1926, and it’s made from five ingredients – white rum, sugar, lime juice, soda water and mint.Espresso Martini: Need a pick me up? Then go for an Espresso Martini, a take on the classic martini made with vodka, espresso, coffee liqueur and sugar syrup and found in many of Glasgow’s cocktail bars. Coffee break just got much more exciting!
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    Old and new in Glasgow wine bars

    These old favourites are now being challenged by some stunning New World wines. You will find powerful Shiraz from Australia and smooth Pinot Noir from California. Chile does some great Cabernet and New Zealand's Sauvignon Blanc is legendary. Even these New World wines are becoming almost traditional now but there are always other countries entering the market with some great new wines. In Glasgow wine bars, for example, you can now find wines from countries such as Canada, Argentina and even England. There is no doubt that all of this competition is seriously increasing standards.
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    Where to find wine bars in Glasgow

    The good news is that there are bars focused on wine throughout Glasgow. The city centre, of course, has a great choice and offers an excellent opportunity to enjoy that sophisticated and glamorous style that this city is famous for. The West End attracts a trendy crowd too and the large student population supports lots of fun places in and around the Byres Road area and Ashton Lane. The Southside is another good area to try out and now the East End of Glasgow has excellent wine bars.
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    Scottish twists on cocktails: who knew Buckfast could be classy?

    It’s not just the classics that you’ll find on the menu at Glasgow’s cocktail bars. Whisky is the national drink of Scotland so of course you’ll find plenty of scotch-based drinks, but if you really want to soak up some of the local culture, we recommend going for a Buckfast cocktail, a concoction which has crept onto the menu of many cocktail bars in Glasgow. It’s no secret that Glasgow has a passion for this iconic tonic wine, full of caffeine and brewed by the monks of Buckfast Abbey. Once reserved for only binge drinking in the back streets or after hours parties, now you you can enjoy Buckfast in Glasgow’s classy cocktail bars. We particularly recommend The Guter Ball – a Scottish take on a White Russian with Buckfast, Kahlua and milk – served up in Lebowski’s, one of the trendiest cocktail bars in Glasgow West End.
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    Eating in Glasgow wine bars

    One of the best things about wines is matching them with food and that is something wine bars in Glasgow excel at. You can try just a few tapas at the bar to complement your glass or enjoy some fine cheese and charcuterie while sharing a bottle. Both go so well with your drink. Technology has improved also, so now even the most delicate wines can be kept fresh and enjoyed by the glass, rather than splashing out on a bottle. This way, you can easily find new favourites to enjoy.
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    Reserve at the top Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow

    Join the millions of Quandoo users who are reserving tables online and start reaping the benefits. Just a few clicks – or taps if you’re using the Quandoo App – and you’re on your way to a fabulous meal at some of the very best Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow.
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    Reserve at the top Bar restaurants in Glasgow

    Join the millions of Quandoo users who are reserving tables online and start reaping the benefits. Just a few clicks – or taps if you’re using the Quandoo App – and you’re on your way to a fabulous meal at some of the very best Bar restaurants in Glasgow.
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    The best Bar restaurants in Glasgow

    Have you been on a quest to find the best Bar restaurants in Glasgow? It’s simple using Quandoo. Just filter your search to Bar restaurants in Glasgow and voila, the choice is now yours. Book tables at over 12 Bar restaurants in Glasgow, and when you get bored of those, try out one of the many other cuisines in Glasgow. Happy hunting!
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    The best Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow

    Have you been on a quest to find the best Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow? It’s simple using Quandoo. Just filter your search to Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow and voila, the choice is now yours. Book tables at over 0 Wine Farm restaurants in Glasgow, and when you get bored of those, try out one of the many other cuisines in Glasgow. Happy hunting!