Located on Argyle Street, this The Big Lebowski-inspired bar is a favourite west end haunt of many Glaswegians and with a lengthy (and we really mean lengthy…) list of White Russians, we are sure that even The Dude himself would approve. Besides a hefty selection of the finest milk-based cocktails, this trendy Finnieston joint also serves up delicious pub food with a Scottish twist, and burgers that are said to be some of the best in Glasgow.
Positives - friendly staff, good atmosphere, beef burgers which were extremely tasty along with the big chips. food good value for money. Negatives - service extremely slow it took 45 minutes for our food to arrive, there was an extremely cold draft at our table which made our dining experience unpleasant, this was mentioned to staff who were unconcerned. chicken burger was very bland - required seasoning
Great atmosphere. Amazing burgers!! Friendly staff. Only thing I can fault was the time I waited for my dinner...but put that down to it being very busy!
The waitress was very helpful, and the bartender went the extra mile to make sure the drinks were made to perfection. Definitely will go back.
With three locations in Scotland, Lebowskis has become a much loved establishment and at their Glasgow west end offering you can find out why for yourself. Step inside this trendy Finnieston bar and The Big Lebowski influences are clear to see with bowling references a plenty and a whole cocktail menu dedicated to The Dude’s favourite tipple. However, regardless of whether you are a fan of the Coen brothers classic or not, Lebowski’s has something to appeal to everyone.
Try one of the infamous burgers. We recommend The Big Lebowski, a double-stacked bad boy smothered in melted cheddar cheese, and The Ayrshire Venison, chargrilled venison topped with a haggis fritter and garnished with whisky fruit chutney and green pepper mayonnaise. No trip to this beloved Glasgow boozer would be complete without indulging in a White Russian or two and there is no shortage of options on the menu, from The Gutterball (a surprisingly delicious combination of Scotland’s beloved Buckfast, Kahlua coffee liqueur and milk), and The Bunny, an alcoholic take on a strawberry milkshake. A popular choice whether it is for dinner or drinks, snap up a table at Lebowskis on the Finnieston end of Argyle Street by booking a table in advance!