this was our most recent visit with family ALL the resturants are very good.We loved the craft market that was there too.
Whilst i recongnise the imporance of having a city centre location reflect our taste in all things " designer", a few shops selling outrageously expensive clothes and restaurants selling vastly overpriced " roundels of ground beef with tomato jus on a freshly baked petit pan" AKA a roll and sausage with tomato sauce, give this place a wide berth unless... More
From Merchant Square to Royal Exchange Square and in between this area of Glasgow is well worth a visit, whether you are shopping on Ingram Street (designers) or drinking in Metropolitan or Corinthian, or eating in Maggie May's give it a try. Loads of places to stay and base yourself in Glasgow.
Yes this area has bars and restaurants and many of the trendy shops but it also has some great late Victorian Buildings - get a Map and look up,. not just down - this was the thriving center of Commercial Glasgow some of the stores might be chain stores but some of the buildings they are located aren't that typical.... More
Stay well clear of O'Nell's (Irish!!Pub) - absolute rip off drink prices. Trendy area but this place must surely offers the poorest value. Definitely won't return
a lovely part of the city,all lit up n twinkly at night,nice pubs n restaurants around here..a good weatherspoons called the counting house that used to be a bank is well nice...near george square...
A fantastic upmarket area of the city center. It has some great restaurants and bars and reserves more recognition. Its expensive to park in though. Visit merchant square if you are visiting. Also, the rock lobster is good to eat in.
After a concert at the Hydro we visited this nightclub and had a great time. Seven pounds for entry. There was a band playing. Would recommend.
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