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4.9 /6 Excellent 78 Reviews

Bread and Butter

City Centre Bar, Cocktail Bar £££ +100
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About Bread and Butter

Sometimes simplicity is best, and Bread and Butter’s success is a testament to that. Located just off of on Buchanan Street on McCormack Lane, Bread and Butter is a lot of things to a lot of people, frequented by locals, whether its for a cosy catch up at lunchtime with friends, an evening meal or somewhere to sip on cocktails before hitting up a club. To snag one of the best seats at this Glasgow city centre hotspot, making a reservation in advance is recommended.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Saturday 12:00 - 00:00
  • Sunday 12:00 - 00:00
Bread and Butter, 74 Buchanan Street, G1 3AJ Glasgow

Further Information

Situated just off of Buchanan Street, Bread and Butter’s location couldn’t be more convenient, making it a fail-safe choice for lunch, dinner or drinks in the city centre. With industrial-chic details like exposed hanging light bulbs and wooden beams, combined with comfy vintage-style couches, Bread and Butter is one of Glasgow’s most stylish haunts, and the perfect place to while away the hours with some simple yet delicious cuisine and cocktails. Share some small snacks like the Southern fried chicken goujons with BBQ sauce, vegetable pakora, mini duck spring rolls or cheesy jalapeno ciabatta balls, or tuck into one of Bread and Butter’s freshly-made pizzas.

From The Glasgow Kiss topped with haggis, syboe, jalapenos and cheddar cheese, to the Spit Roast-it with slow-cooked BBQ pulled pork, goats cheese and roasted peppers, and the veggie-friendly Julius Cheezer, there’s something to suit all tastes. Wash your meal down with a Kray Kray (Coconut flavoured rum liqueur, Wray & Nephew overproof rum and pineapple juice with lime) or one of Bread and Butters other creative concoctions like the infamous Strongbow dark fruit slush. With its prime position down McCormack Lane in Glasgow’s city centre, Bread and Butter can get busy – avoid disappointment by booking your table in advance!


78 Reviews

4.9 /6 Excellent 78 Reviews
Atmosphere: excellent
Food: delicious
Noise: quiet
Quality/Price: great value
Service: extraordinary
Waiting Time: no waiting time
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2 reviews so far 3
11.05.2017 07:34

Quite a few options of beer were off and the kitchen shut at 8pm but I couldn't see it displayed on the menu so we ended up moving on to get food. It's a good bar but a few issues last night

1 review so far 4
19.02.2017 13:42

Brilliant value for money but expected our VIP experience to more VIP! Maybe the name was slightly misleading but despite that we had a great time and staff were helpful too.

2 reviews so far 4
24.08.2016 16:52

it was ok,but nothing special, ive had much better deals in Glasgow restaraunts,with better value. it was ok,but nothing special, ive had much better deals in Glasgow restaraunts,with better value

1 review so far 3
12.10.2016 18:38

Pizza bases were bought in ..cocktails werent up to much... my son almost got a knockback for wearing jogging trousers..yet there were intoxicated fenakes making a terrible din and carry on and this seemed to be acceptable..wont be back

1 review so far 4
31.12.2016 11:57

Friendly staff, good food and cocktails, great prices and location good in centre of Glasgow .I will definitely go back and take some friends too

1 review so far 4
13.10.2016 18:14

Good waiters. Good prices. But busy and noisy but that can be a good thing. Bit of a treck to toilet. Would go back. Thanks.

1 review so far 4
01.03.2017 08:04

Cocktails were great, pizza yummy. But I think it's a young persons place. Plastic chairs, tv screens, loud music. I'll recommend it to my grandchildren.

1 review so far 3
14.02.2017 15:42

Food was lovely, had to wait over 25 minutes for drinks. Wasn't to busy so we couldn't understand the delay. Food arrived quick. Food was half finished before drinks arrived.

2 reviews so far 5
08.10.2016 23:19

busy place but no issues with our booking or while we were there. The cocktails were Mmmmm ☺

1 review so far 3
17.02.2017 23:48

Lovely cocktails all prepared and brought to our table! Amazing pizza! Just wish the music had been a tad quieter so that we could chat together.

1 review so far 3
24.12.2016 23:36

Pizza was nice but cocktails were weak . Nice staff ,no paper in disabled toilet , sweet potatoes were lovely and God size portions, nice atmosphere

1 review so far 1
26.07.2017 00:49

The service was rubbish, complete lack of basic customer service skills or attempt at making experience good. The food wasn't much better, with the pizza not being cooked properly, to the sweet potato cajan fries being powdered and tasteless. Drinks were average, was not able to taste any alcohol in drinks. Definitely won't be back. Needs massive improvements and revamp of menu and service.

1 review so far 2
15.08.2016 09:09

Looked lovely but the pizzas tasted cold and cheap which was disappointing because they weren't particularly cheap. Probably won't be back because of this fact.