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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. Maison by Glaschu

Based in Glasgow’s premium shopping centre, Princes Square, and sister restaurant to Glaschu, Maison by Glaschu serves up inventive French dishes with a Glasgow twist. There is an array of dining experiences from breakfasts to wine-paired dinners. View their menus at

2. Sgaia

Award-winning Sgaia, Glasgow’s plant-based meat producer has recently opened a vegan Italian deli in the iconic Barras market. Choose between warm rolls and lunch specials or pick up some of their award-winning products to create a meal at home. Check Sgaia out on Instagram.

3. Sole Club

Located in Finnieston, Sole Club features both a takeaway and seafood restaurant, an intimate dining venue hidden behind a fridge. Visit Sole Club's website to view the restaurant's tasting menu.

4. La Masa

Head to La Masa for a taste of Mexico in the city centre. This new restaurant serves up mouth-watering tacos, tostadas and barbacoa, alongside an inventive cocktail menu. Check out La Masa on Instagram.

5. CJ's Korean Cafe

This new cafe can be found in Life4Cuts a fun Korean photo booth studio in Finnieston. The menu consists of tasty Korean street food including corndogs, gyozas and takoyaki. To find out more head to their Instagram page.

6. Somewhere by Nico

Somewhere by Nico is an exciting new opening from the team behind Six by Nico, located in the west end. The concept revolves around a six-course cocktail menu paired with dishes that changes every six weeks, inspired by a new theme. Visit Somewhere by Nico's website to check out the latest theme.

7. The Corset Club

Located in Glasgow's historic Jacobean Corsetry Building you will find the city's latest LGBTQ+ venue, The Corset Club. This exciting new club has an inventive cocktail menu and serves pizza from Nonna Said. Visit for their program of entertainment nights from cabaret to drag nights.

8. Table Twenty Eight

A 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 a date night. Book a table via

9. 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

10. 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

Article last updated: May 2024

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