Glasgow is a city full of old-school tearooms and trendy hipster coffee houses. Whatever questions you have about cafés in Glasgow, grab a brew and read our answers.
Here’s a round-up of some of the best cafés and coffee shops in Glasgow to get your fill:
Whether you need a regular coffee haunt to run into on your way to work, or a charming pit stop en route to a Buchanan Galleries shopping spree at the weekend, here’s our best picks of nice cafés in Glasgow city centre based on customer reviews:
There’s no end to the nice cafés in Glasgow, and with breakfast the most important meal of the day – you’d be a fool to miss out on these top morning spots in the city.
Home to some of Glasgow’s oldest and best cafes, pubs and restaurants, La Lanterna is officially Glasgow’s oldest Italian restaurant. It’s also the city’s oldest café, having been serving up espressos since it opened on Hope Street in 1970.
But no one place can cater for everyone – and with quality cafés adorning every corner from the West End to South Side and beyond. Get out there and explore – you might love somewhere like The Ferry, a boat that has been moored in the city since 1989 and restored to its former glory. Here you can enjoy everything from a coffee with the girls, to fun-filled music tribute nights – all overlooking the River Clyde, which shimmers magically in the reflected spotlights of the city centre.
Who doesn't love a sweet, sinful cake fix every now and then? And Glasgow has fabulous cakes in abundance, here is a list of my favourite places for some sugar love:
Ever since cupcakes became the fashionista's cake of choice in Sex & The City, they spread from the US and took over the world. Designs got more and more elaborate, and experimentation with flavours began. It is difficult to find a cafe or bakery now that does not sell cupcakes - but only a small number of places in Glasgow have really perfected the art of cupcake baking.