Best cafés north of Glasgow's city centre
- Eating and Drinking Guide
- 2 June 2017
From social enterprise cafés to places for high tea, here's some of the best cafés in the north
Sauchiehall Street and around is teeming with great cafés, here we pick the best spots in the northern reaches of Glasgow's city centre.
Glasgow School of Art: The Vic Café Bar
Glasgow School of Art Students' Association, 20 Scott Street, Glasgow, G3 6PE
This GSA café is more than just a student hang-out, with inventive burgers and global dishes available noon til late weekdays, plus a Saturday brunch – all at student prices.
theartschool.co.uk | read our review of The Vic Café Bar
The Project Café
134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6ST
A social enterprise café bringing a community village vibe to the city centre, with various exhibitions and events added to imaginative home-cooked food.
theprojectcafe.weebly.com | read our review of The Project Café
Saramago Café Bar
CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
A cool, creative hang-out inside the Centre for Contemporary Arts, with exciting animal-free dining on offer, plus there is a separate bar and outdoor terrace.
cca-glasgow.com/cafe | read our review of Saramago Café Bar
265 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6TT
Spacious, bright and quirkily rustic basement café and bakehouse on Garnethill, serving refined all-day breakfasts and lunches.
singl-end.co.uk | read our review of Singl-end
Smile Café Central
121 Douglas Street, Glasgow, G2 4HF
A bustling city centre café and paninoteca offering up a taste of authentic Italian sandwiches, pastries, pizzas and great coffee.
facebook.com/Smile-Cafe | read our review of Smile Café Central
The Tearooms @ The Butterfly & The Pig
151 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 4SQ
A retro-style tearoom on Bath Street offering lunch, afternoon tea, high tea, and an extensive selection of tea and cakes.
thebutterflyandthepig.com/thetearooms | read our review of The Tearooms @ The Butterfly & The Pig