Food & Drink

South Pour

In the mood for locally sourced fresh food, craft beers, cocktails and live music? Head (south) to South Pour, a 20-minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley station.

Pickering's Gin Tour

Distillery tours aren’t just for whisky lovers. Gin makers, and gin lovers, are fighting back. Want to find out how this spirit gets its unique flavour?

The Corinthian - Charlie Parker's Bar

Sumptuous grandeur is just five minutes from Glasgow Queen Street.


Glasgow’s Merchant City continues to surprise visitors with its eclectic mix of eating places, fashionable bars and historic architecture.

Riverhill Courtyard coffee bar

There are plenty of coffee shops in Glasgow. So why has the Riverhill Coffee Bar become a regular haunt?

WEST on the Green

WEST is becoming something of an institution. The brewery’s German style beers have a distinctly Glaswegian heart – visit them on the edge of Glasgow Green.

Singl-end Cafe & Bakehouse

If you’re passionate about good, honest food, you’ll find it at the Singl-end, just 15 minutes’ walk from Queen Street station.

Ramen Dayo

Experience the number one food in Japan, that’s proving a hit with Glasgow diners too. Ramen Dayo (‘this is ramen’, in case you need a translation) is the brainchild of a Glaswegian chef.


Tucked away behind the bustle of Glasgow’s Buchanan Street, Sloans is the city’s oldest bar and restaurant, and a long-time favourite among the locals.

Drygate Brewery

Fan of craft beer (on draft)? Make a beeline for Drygate, a microbrewery within easy walking distance of Glasgow city centre that’s been mashing since 2014.