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A new bar and restaurant on Glassford Street, in Glasgow’s city centre, Warehouse is a hangout for the city’s gourmets and cocktail aficionados. Already known around town for their friendly service and industrial-chic atmosphere, Warehouse is on the road to becoming one of the city’s top restaurants in just a short matter of time. Come in for the famous burgers or the draught beer variety – no matter what your reason, you’ll fall in love with Warehouse.
Very friendly and helpful staff and the food was very good. The Groupon offer we had was great value, but we would go back again without a deal as the prices on the menu were lower than we had expected.
The food was lovely, with a great range of produce on the menu, including quite a few vegetarian options. My friend and I both enjoyed our meal, and we found the staff very welcoming. Service was a little slow, due to a lack of staff, but our waitress was very apologetic and more than made up for this with her friendly manner.
Good food but not a lot of choice on the dinner a la carte menu. Friendly staff. Relaxed atmosphere. Would definitely return for lunch but maybe not dinner.
There are some locals who come to Glasgow’s Warehouse for the drinks alone. We can’t blame them – this fine establishment on Glassford Street in the city centre knows how to whip up an incredible mixed drink. There’s more than just cocktails on offer here, with numerous draught beers on tap as well as fine wines and an impressive selection of liquors. Not sure what to order? Just have your friendly bartender whip up something especially for you.
This classy and sophisticated city centre bar and restaurant has an extensive food menu as well, with the most famous item being their house burger served with delicious polenta chips. Eat like a VIP and indulge in gourmet mains like the duck breast with blueberry jus and charred gem, the chicken liver pate with beetroot ketchup, brioche toast and fennel slaw, or the roasted corn-fed chicken with confit potatoes, shallot crisps and braised leeks. For vegetarians, we recommend the roasted quinoa with butternut squash, a satisfying and nourishing dish that includes a sprinkling of goat cheese and an array of fresh vegetables. Make sure to reserve ahead – Glasgow’s Warehouse is no longer a secret.