Today we’re going to be looking at things to do in Glasgow in the evening, so if you’re staying here either for a weekend or a weeks’ vacation, then we’ve done all the hard work for you, so you can simply add them to your list and visit. Perhaps you’ll fancy one or two of them, but it’ll be a fun start to getting to know Glasgow at night.
Casino at the Corinthian
If you enjoy the buzz and glamour of the casino then you’ll love the Casino at the Corinthian. It’s taste of jazz and vintage furniture gives it an old world feel where you’ll take part in classic shots and perhaps try your hand at a game of poker.
How about the Stravaigin, a restaurant where you’ll find the best of the world’s cuisine made with the best of Scottish produce. The Stravaigin is a restaurant where the experimental is de rigeur and traditional ingredients are turned into something unique and unusual. It’s a wonderful way to start the evening and it won’t cost you a fortune.
If you fancy the cinema after that why not try The Grosvenor where you can see all the latest releases in comfort since it’s been refurbished. Maybe after you’ve seen the film, you’ll be in the mood to have one more coffee, a drink or perhaps even dinner if there’s room, there’s one within the cinema, so you won’t have to travel far.
The Ferry is one way to travel, with a passenger ferry from the 1950s that’s been turned into a restaurant with bar, and to top it all there’s live music. So, you may not travel far, perhaps only as far as the bar or to your table but it’ll be an interesting journey nonetheless. It’s a great restaurant with that unique retro twist where you can listen to some good old tribute bands while sipping on a glass of chardonnay.
The Poetry Club
If you fancy introducing your work to a live audience then why not pay a visit to this speakeasy bar. It’s an intimate setting with regular events, including both visitors to the venue for the first time and locals. It’s a really unique way of spending an evening that’s for sure.
If you don’t fancy any of those, then why not pay our escape rooms at Escape Glasgow where you’ll volunteer to have yourself locked in a room for 60 minutes while you try and find your way out. You can bring friends or family, and you’ll have to find your way out by solving puzzles and cryptic clues, put there by us to test your mettle. You’ll need good problem-solving skills along with an ability to work as part of a team, add to that the ability to manage your time well, because if you don’t get out in 60 minutes max, you’ve lost. We have different themed rooms, all imaginatively titled 221B Baker Street, Witchcraft & Wizardry and the Glasgow Classic. Do you dare to try it? We’ll see you there.