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Glasgow food and drink

Working out where to eat in Glasgow won’t take you very long. A modern European city, Glasgow is home to a thriving food and drink scene with many different international options, local and overseas chains, traditional Scottish cuisine, and upscale fine-dining.  Better yet, every part of the city boasts its own favourite eateries, so no matter where you’re based, you won’t go hungry. Try the haggis if you’re feeling brave, or simply stick to what you know – in Glasgow, there’s no wrong answers when it comes to grabbing a bite.

Where to eat?

If you enjoy getting to know a new city by eating everything in sight (a noble goal), spend your stay exploring the many Glasgow restaurant precincts that dot the city. One of the best and most well-known of these precincts lies along Byres Road in West End. For another trendy culinary experience, head to the riverside suburb of Finnieston or simply stick to the city centre.
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Where to have a drink?

As is the case in any self-respecting Scottish town, you'll never be far from a selection of quality pubs. Glasgow pubs and nightlife form the backbone of the city's food and entertainment culture, providing low-key spaces for drinks with friends and delicious meals. They also function as live music venues and, on the right night, the ideal place to experience a televised game of football.
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Where to find a good coffee?

While the West End is known as the coffee capital of Glasgow, don't overlook Northern Glasgow's more affluent suburbs. As with anything in Scotland, the Glasgow coffee scene is extremely competitive, with each major area of the city determined to outdo the rest. One thing's for sure, you won't struggle to find a good cup of coffee in this town.
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What are the best food markets?

Glaswegians love a good food market. From fresh produce to highly specific meats and exotic spices, and even the odd food truck, Glasgow food markets have a little something for everyone. Located in the city proper as well as out in the suburbs (try Govan or Clarkston), you'll find many great food and farmers' markets across Glasgow.
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