Top 5 bars for a night out in Glasgow

It is hard to point out the top 5 bars in any big city, especially in Glasgow. The selection of a bar also depends on the part of the city that you are visiting such as Financial District or City Center. If you are in a hurry to pick a bar, you might want to check out the following:

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The Flying Duck

The Flying Duck, located on Sauchiehall Street, offers a daytime café bar and an evening drinking bar. The bar provides beers, spirits and tasty food. This is a great place to have some fun with your friends. It is also very close to Glasgow’s biggest cinema, CineWorld.

Bloc

Located at 117 Bath Street, Bloc comes with a bar, restaurant and music. They have free concerts and great food. The place is open till 3:00 AM, catering the needs of late night partygoers.

St. Jude’s

St. Jude’s is a popular destination that comes with a bar, club and restaurant. They offer an array of alcoholic beverages. Music and partying continue to the wee hours. They have a bar that offers caffeinated drinks as well.

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Oran Mor

Located at the corner of Byres Road and Great Western Road, this restaurant comes with a whisky bar and an arts place. They offer an impressive selection of beer and spirits. It is also a popular place for weddings and theatricals.

Nice’n’Sleazy

Nice’n’Sleazy is located at 421 Sauchiehall Street. This place comes with a pub and a club. There are few good DJs to dish out music to soothe your senses. They have freshly made burgers made of meat or veggies. This place is located right in the middle of Glasgow’s nightlife.

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