The food and beverage culture in Glasgow’s has changed significantly in the last few years, and all for the better. There is nothing as satisfying as enjoying a traditional Scottish breakfast complete with a nice cup of tea and local haggis or walking around the West End or Merchant city deciding on where to dine for lunch and dinner. With award winning restaurants around every corner, we’ve done our best to suggest a few of the McQuade recommendations that include but are not limited to:
It’s time to embark on a Red Bus Bistro adventure to experience Glasgow at a pace that allows you to savour something to eat and a drink. You can see the most well-known landmarks and sights in Glasgow on each one-and-a-half hour, £42.50 trip. Afternoon Tea or Dinner are options included in the antique bus tours; reservations are advised.