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Die besten Cafés in Glasgow

Gastropub
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“Cute, traditional bar with a good selection of draught beers and traditional music on Tueday nights. For a more intimate dining experience, head downstairs to their restaurant whose motto is "Think global eat local" so as you can imagine their menu is rather varied but using the finest Scottish produce. These guys also have haggis on their menu for those brave enough to try it. Go on!”
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Kunstgalerie
“Great building​ shared with the Scottish Ballet. Many art exhibitions and dance performances are featured there, worth checking their website.”
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Café
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“A cafe, a vintage second hand clothes shop, a pop up restaurant, cinema and venue with frequent live music, poetry readings, theatre performances and much much more...the food is good and they have a decent bar, also serve nice coffee. The atmosphere is laid back and hipster friendly. ”
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Café
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“Scots LOVE a good cu of tea, and a few places offer more variety than Tchai-Ovna. This charming, slightly peculiar little tea shop is housed in a former 19th century stables, tucked into a cobbled lane in the city’s west end. In addition to dozens of tasty leaf tea, they serve delicious vegan and vegetarian food and also host live music three to four times a week... ”
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Café
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“My favourite restaurant in Glasgow! Locally sourced food and driftwood furniture with detailed stained glass panels within big windows.”
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Allgemeine Unterhaltung
“Contemporary Art Exhibitions, film and performance, a spectacular vegan restaurant, and a great little bar. ”
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Café
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“Take a razor and a hairbrush. Hosts pop-up concerts by surprisingly famous bands.”
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Restaurant
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“This is my favourite Brunch spot, always a go to when friends are in town. Best of all its walking distance from the flat! My favourite thing to get is the eggs royal with a spicy tomato juice! They are open for Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch and Dinner.”
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Café
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“A stalwart on the caffeine scene. The good people of this coffee shop buy their beans directly from farmers, roast them in house multiple times per week, and serve them up in their minimalist, no frills fashion, letting the java itself take centre stage.”
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Store
“Country house, arts centre and cafe, built based on unrealised designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.”
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Café
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“I've been told by friends this is one of the best places for coffee in Glasgow! ”
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Night Club
“Great, laid back bar if you want to head into town. The Old Hairdresser's is directly across from it and it also a nice place to go for a drink.”
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Café
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“One of the best brunch spots in Glasgow. Delicious cakes, friendly staff and dog friendly.”
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Café
“Strong home-roast coffee and great bakes - like financiers and pastries. Veggie soups always. ”
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Café
“Its Glasgow’s only Belgian-themed bar, (named after the Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel) Brel is an upmarket bar on the West End’s renowned Ashton Lane. There is a wide selection of Belgian beers on offer, and on the menu, small plates are of a consistent quality with the pork belly and Belgian flammekeuch (toasted cheese and ham) notable highlights. Brel is most famous for its Moules Frites, Scottish steamed mussels served with homemade soda bread.”
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Bistro
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“Food nothing short of superb, hearty portions and beautifully cooked. Testament to the quality is how busy it is! Still the staff are always efficient, courteous and friendly. Definitely a great place to eat.”
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