Whether the sun is shining or not there are loads of places in Glasgow to satisfy your BBQ urge. City Centre, East End , West End and Southside are all covered in our guide to the best places for BBQ in Glasgow.
Cottier’s is one of the most stunning places in Glasgow for a drink and its a great place to visit whatever the weather. A roaring fire in winter and BBQ area outside in the summer. This West End favourite is worth a trip for us soo’siders.
93-95 Hyndland St93-95 Hyndland Street, G11 5PU
The Raven is filled with beer, smoked food and sport. Unfortunately no beer garden to soak up the sun and eat you BBQ food, however inside is comfy and the range of beer and delicious food will keep you happy.
The Raven Glasgow81-85 Renfield Street, G2 1NQ
Dennistoun Bar B Que
Dennistoun is the place to be if you fancy some Texan inspired burgers, ribs and sides. Dairy- free and vegan options also available.
Dennistoun Bar-B-Que585 Duke Street, Glasgow, G31 1PY
Buddy’s Bar and Grill
The one that started it all – well, the second one – it started out as a takeaway along the road on Skirving Street. Buddy’s have a 60-seater restaurant. A huge selection of ribs, burgers, pulled pork, as well as brisket and poutine on the menu.
681 Pollokshaws Rd677-681 Pollokshaws Road Glasgow G41 2AB
Starting off in the West End and now in the City Centre. Smoak bring Texan BBQ brisket, pulled pork, poutine and even tacos. Handy for a take-away lunch in George Square.
Smoak BBQ6 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AB
Every Friday in the summer (weather always dependent!) Sloans transform their courtyard area into a BBQ zone. Relax with a beer, some mac n cheese and a dog.
Sloans108 Argyle Street, G2 8BG
The latest restaurant to move up to Glasgow. Smoke bring their huge platters of chicken, their Philly dogs as well as burgers to Glasgow.
2 W Regent St2 W Regent St, Glasgow, G1 1RW