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Top 10 new places to eat and drink in Glasgow

Top 10 new places to eat and drink in Glasgow

Glasgow’s ever-evolving food scene means there are always new bars, restaurants and cafes. Check out our list of 10 of the newest places to eat and drink in Glasgow.

1. Hazel

Located in the brand new AC Hotel by Marriott, Hazel offers an oasis of calm in Glasgow’s busy city centre. Enjoy a quiet coffee, connect with friends over lunch, or treat yourself to dinner with cocktails. Spot parts of the venue’s interiors that are inspired by the legend of Glasgow’s patron saint St Mungo. Visit for more information

2. Pania

New to Glasgow’s much-loved Merchant Square, Pania serves coffee, brunch and sandwiches during the day. At night it transforms into a chic wine bar, offering charcuterie, cheese, and cocktails. View their menus at

3. Table Twenty Eight

Another new addition to Glasgow’s historic Merchant Square. Table Twenty Eight serves modern Scottish dishes and a selection of delicious cocktails. A perfect choice for date night! Book a table via

4. Civerinos

Located near Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Civerinos offers New York Style pizza served by the slice and a range of mouthwatering sides. Visit Civerinos' website to view their full menu

5. Ramen Dayo!

Ramen Dayo! has built a loyal following since it began as a pop-up venture near Central Station. They’ve now opened a second venue in trendy Finnieston, with interiors designed to transport diners to the back streets of Tokyo. Expect their signature ramen bowls alongside rice dishes, gyozas and sweet treats. View the full menu at

6. Henry's

The team behind Chinaski’s have opened a new bar in Shawlands, offering coffee during the day and a place to enjoy wine and small plates at night. It’s also dog-friendly - perfect to take your four-legged friend with you. Check out Henry's on Instagram

7. Wasabi

Wasabi offers a casual, Japanese dining experience in the heart of Shawlands. Expect vibrant and fresh dishes, from sushi and bento boxes to soulful bowls of ramen. View their menu at

8. Hope & Vincent

Hope & Vincent offers a contemporary take on the classic public house, complete with live sport and music. Offering a wide selection of authentic ales, spirits and wines, they also serve delicious pub grub, including a bottomless brunch and Sunday roast menu. Reserve a booth at

9. Six by Nico

Six by Nico revolves around a six-course tasting menu that changes every six weeks, inspired by a new theme. This new location in the Merchant City marks Six by Nico’s third restaurant in the city. Visit Six by Nico's website to find out the current theme

10. Serendipity

A new brunch spot on Glasgow’s Great Western Road, Serendipity offers a changing menu of seasonal dishes, alongside great coffee and freshly baked cakes. They’re also pet-friendly. Check out Serendipity on Instagram

Article last updated: February 2024

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