City Guide: Glasgow – How to live like a local in Scotland’s biggest city


If you’re looking for somewhere cosy with that friendly neighbourhood restaurant charm, this is the place to go. Established in 2002 and located in the West End of Glasgow, Bubbly Jocks specialises in trad and contemporary Scottish cuisine and prides itself on offering locally sourced ingredients with a Continental twist! This wee inviting Scottish bistro, with a name like its bubbly staff, will never disappoint.
450 Dumbarton Rd, Glasgow G11 6SE

0141 339 3355


From day one The Chip drew its inspiration from regional Scottish dishes. Aunties, grannies and even folklore were a constant source of influence… It’s definitely not a glorified chippy! Located on Ashton Lane, the cobbled alleyways draw you into the vibrant lane; on any given night of the week it’s a veritable smorgasbord for exciting activity!
12 Ashton Lane, Glasgow G12 8SJ

0141 334 5007


It’s bonkers. A unique basement venue peppered with vintage shabby-chic sofas and high-back chesterfield armchairs. It’s like visiting your eccentric aunt’s house in the best possible way. With the eclectic and homely decor you’re never short of talking points. If the night is coming to an end but you still have some momentum, you can head straight upstairs to Buff Club to keep the evening going until the wee hours.
153 Bath St, Glasgow G2 4SQ

+44(0)141 221 7711


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