Best BYOB in Glasgow

Don't depend on the venue to have your favourite craft beer: just bring your own

Best BYOB in Glasgow

Banana Leaf / credit: Stephen Robinson


No rankings: just 11 of our favourite BYOB restaurants and cafés in Glasgow. Bring your favourite tipple to accompany lunch or dinner.

Taken from the 2015/16 The List Eating & Drinking Guide – £5.95 (plus p&p)

Banana Leaf
67 Cambridge Street, G3 6QX
Bring along a cold brew to enjoy alongside Malay-Chinese fare. | read our full review

Brooklyn Café
21 Minard Road, G41 2HR
Try bringing an American craft to this well-established venue. | read our full review

Cushion & Cake
35 Old Dumbarton Road, G3 8RD
If you want something stronger than tea to go with your meal, feel free to bring some libations.
| read our full review

El Gusto
31 Gibson Street, G12 8NU
A Spanish wine deserves a lovely and economical Spanish meal. | read our full review

378–380 Byres Road, G12 8AR
On weekends, the café turns full-out bistro, giving you the chance to provide drinks of choice. | read our full review

Mother India
28 Westminster Terrace, Sauchiehall Street, G3 7RU
Wash down their generous portions of thoughtful dishes with something light and refreshing. | read our full review

22 Bridge Street, G5 9HR
Offers the perfect opportunity to bring your favourite vintage without a massive mark-up (corkage £3.95). | read our full review

Roastit Bubbly Jocks
450 Dumbarton Road, G11 6SE
Drinks range is limited due to space, so feel free to supplement with your own. | read our full review

1138 Argyle Street, G3 8TD
With the Korean dishes packing a strong punch, drinks are best kept to something light.
Read our full review

The Sisters Jordanhill
1a Ashwood Gardens, 512 Crow Road, G13 1NU
This cosy location offers the opportunity for outside libations. | read our full review

The Wee Curry Shop
29 Ashton Lane, G12 8SJ
Only wee in name, this flavoursome space deserves an equally compelling drink pairing. | read our full review

Eating & Drinking Guide 2015/16

Eating & Drinking Guide 2016/17

23rd Edition published April 2016. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh.


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