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im spending the next 2 weeks in glasgow as part of my work traing so was wondering if people could give me some ideas on what to do at night in glasgow (will be working until 5pm) Were to eat? Clu… Read More
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
im spending the next 2 weeks in glasgow as part of my work traing so was wondering if people could give me some ideas on what to do at night in glasgow (will be working until 5pm)

Were to eat?
Clubs?
Other activities

Im staying off sauchiehall street
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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Spot the Chavs?
#2
lol no i mean something interesting

should sayit will be a group of 9 going
#3
:)treat your self to china buffet king on west nile street they do a buffet £8 before 7pm
#4
is it good?

we seen one of those last week when we were over for a few days and thought about it but we have a £25 per person budget for dinning every night so we thought it maybe too cheap lol
#5
You could go and have a beer with Jack and Victor in The Clansman
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is it good?

we seen one of those last week when we were over for a few days and thought about it but we have a £25 per person budget for dinning every night so we thought it maybe too cheap lol


yes it is good, great selection and great value for money if you like chinese...... I went to the one @ Braehead.

Also at braehead you could try indoor skiing/snowboarding on real snow - it looked great fun. The place is called Xscape.

http://www.xscape.co.uk/snow/braehead/

It might be a bit out of the way tho
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Places I would recommend to eat are a really nice wee indian place on Renfield Street (near Glasgow Central Station) called Charcoals. Also you can get some very nice Italian food at the Italian Kitchen on Ingram Street in the Merchant City area. There are two really good Mexican places too, one is called Salsa in Cadogan Place just across the river on the Southside of the city. The other is in the Merchant City on Bell Street next to one of my favourite pubs Blackfriars which is a hit with the ale drinkers.

If you're feeling a bit more adventurous then get a taxi out to West brewing Company on the edge of Glasgow Green, it's run by a Scottish guy and his German wife and they brew their own German-style beers on the premises, the Hefeweizen is excellent! They also do good food in there too and fresh pretzels you can wash down with the beer.

Other good bars more central are Bar Ten and The Lab which are just off Buchanan Street, both are worth a visit. Nearer where you are on Sauchiehall Street you have pubs like the Bierhof which is under the Rawalpindii Indian Restaurant (also worth a visit). Another indian worth a visit up that way is the Kama Sutra which I'd highly recommend. There are also lots of good pubs and stuff on Bath Street which runs parallel to Sauchiehall Street.

There's a Cineworld which has lots of screens just off Sauchiehall Street, there's also the GFT (Glasgow Film Theatre) which shows more arthouse films. Just remembered that there's also a really nice place called Thai Lemongrass across from the Cineworld on Renfrew Street (off Sauchiehall Street) which is well worth a visit. There's also the Jongleurs Comedy Club also on Renfrew Street and there's The Stand Comedy Club on Woodlands Road.

In terms of clubs you'll find no shortage of places, the studenty ones are places like the Garage on Sauchiehall Street, if y ou like Rock music there's the Cathouse on Union Street, there are lots of other more dance-oriented places like The Tunnel, The Arches and Sub Club. There are lots of other places and plenty of live music venues so I would recommend getting a hold of a copy of The List when you arrive as it lists everything that's on in the city in terms of gigs and stuff with reviews of everywhere too.
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is it good?

we seen one of those last week when we were over for a few days and thought about it but we have a £25 per person budget for dinning every night so we thought it maybe too cheap lol

:)yes very they have one in saucihall st to but a prefer the west nile street one
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DD98
yes it is good, great selection and great value for money if you like chinese...... I went to the one @ Braehead.

Also at braehead you could try indoor skiing/snowboarding on real snow - it looked great fun. The place is called Xscape.

http://www.xscape.co.uk/snow/braehead/

It might be a bit out of the way tho


You can get lots of buses that will take you out to Braehead from Buchanan Bus Station near Sauchiehall Street. Also a taxi out there (if you had 5 people in it) would only be a few quid each. If it's still running then there's also the water taxi which leaves from the gantry on the Clyde down near Jamaica Street.
#10
Bombay Blues is a nice indian restaurant, also the Republic Bier Halles are very fun, offering 241 pizza and beers of the world (not to mention free bratwurst with every two pint pitcher of beer purchased) http://www.republicbierhalle.com/

Other things to do include the numerous cinemas, science centre and Imax, limitless shopping opportunities, seaplane to loch lomond etc...

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