The Brunch Club
Buzzy diner specialising in brunch dishes including waffles, classic fry-ups and more elaborate dishes, plus Bloody Marys.
Tucking into an all-day brunch (vegan option a must) is about as zeitgeisty as Glasgow dining gets these days. Joining this trend is the Brunch Club, opened last year in the former Drugstore Social. It’s picked a nice spot – big windows illuminating a pleasant corner a block back from Kelvingrove Museum. No reservations and the current popularity of doing brunch mean you’ll be waiting for a seat if you rock up at 11am on a weekend. There’s a decent capacity so it’s not too onerous, plus there’s a neighbourhood brunchy buzz to soak up. A few global influences – fish tacos, chilli labneh – bolster the eggs, waffles, French toast and fry-ups (meat/veggie/vegan) that dominate. Waffles are big, enjoyable, and come with crispy fried chicken, while French toast is decent – somewhat oddly priced at a fiver, needing half that again for three bits of streaky bacon. If sweet’s your thing, the choc ganache and peanut almond butter topping for the toast is a serious sugary pick-me-up – or choose from the Bloody Marys and cocktails to really get your day going.
- Provides: Children's high chairs
- Open since: 2018