There is nothing better than meeting some friends for a spot of brunch, and Glasgow has a fantastic choice of venues. And, you don’t have to save brunch just for a Sunday anymore, it can now be any day of the week that takes your fancy. So, if you are looking for eggs or avocados, Glasgow has it all. See below our favourite brunch spots.
22-24 W Nile St, Glasgow, G1 2PW
This is our go-to place for breakfast and brunch, and it has never disappointed. There’s a fabulous food selection with good vegan options, and quite frankly it’s just a cool place to sit in.
Right in the heart of the city, next to Glasgow Central station, with original brickwork and wood panelling, Bill’s Glasgow restaurant is a lovely space welcoming you all day and into the night.
The Wilson Street Pantry
6 Wilson St, Glasgow, G1 1SS
Chill hub for breakfast & brunch eats all day with coffee, house cocktails & a big communal table.
594 Alexandra Parade, Dennistoun, Glasgow, G31 3BS
This brunch spot serves some tasty “Scran” using the best of ingredients e.g. Stornoway black pudding, Corrie Mains free range eggs, Heirloom tomatoes, Myrtle coffee to name but a few. Simple food cooked well, with their own wee twist.
8 Speirs Wharf, Glasgow, G4 9TB
Situated on the banks of the impressive Speirs Wharf, in a corner of the original 1851 heritage building, lies Ocho Cafe. They are a fully licensed brunch, lunch and cocktail venue just a short walk from the city centre yet with the inescapable aura of escaping it all. Offering only the freshest daily delivered ingredients from local suppliers, with every dish being entirely home made in house by their experienced team.
443 Duke St, Glasgow, G31 1RY
Real food rather than fast food, savouring the taste of fine Scottish cuisine, made fresh every day from only the best local produce.
Partick Duck Club
27 Hyndland St, Partick, Glasgow, G11 5QF
Open 7 days from 8am for early breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner as well as coffee, cakes, pastries, beer, wine & gin anytime. Just 2 minutes walk from byres road and less than 5 minutes in a taxi to the hydro. Right in the heart of Partick, offering an alternative to Finnieston, the Duck Club is relaxed and informal
If your favourite brunching spot in Glasgow is not on our list, then please get in touch and let us know about it!