Although we sell all over the globe, our foothold has always been in the heart of Glasgow's eclectic west end. A city in miniature, you can get almost anything you want within a few streets from hot yoga and clubbing to old man pubs and high culture.
Here's our top five spots for a drink or a bite to eat (as well with an idea of how to match the vibe of each!) 

Tchai Ovna

A truly unique experience,  this tea house down a cobbled lane is reminiscent of a Moroccan souk. Relaxed to the point of being horizontal, you can kick back and enjoy shisha, food and over 100 teas. Take a sumptuous notebook, let your mind wander and soak up the arty atmosphere! Visit their website
STYLE TRIBE: Eclectic Boho - think tassels, globally inspired patterns and jewel tones.
 

Grosvenor Cafe

This vast space is great for casual dining during the day but it really comes to life at night. Grab a booth with your friends and set the world to rights over a bottle of prosecco. Casual enough to be relaxed, it still attracts a glam crowd, giving you the chance to get on your glad rags and enjoy a margarita or three - cheers! Visit their website

STYLE TRIBE: West End Glamour - sparkle, fizz and more sparkle!


Pacific Tiki 

Set off the main drag on Dumbarton road, the Pacific is the ideal place for any rockabilly babes to start their night. Incredible cocktails in a fabulously kitsch setting, they also do an amazing menu of Thai and Mexican inspired food. Delish! Visit their website

STYLE TRIBE: Retro brights - tropical tones with kitschy prints and retro shapes.


Nic's NYC Deli

Let's be honest, sometimes only a bumper carb fest is gonna sort you. If you're feeling slightly delicate, chuck on some comfies and head to Nic's for stateside style bumper bagels (we love the 'Elvis') and a crazy range of donuts that sell out daily. Take your scran and a coffee to go and sit in the botanics for a bit of fresh air and you'll be feeling perky in no time! Visit their website

STYLE TRIBE: Stylish but casual - comfy, cosy and hangover friendly but still bang on trend.


Ubiquitous Chip

A west end institution, the Chip really comes into its own when the nights start drawing in. Award winning menus, friendly staff and a cosy atmosphere, you'd be forgiven for thinking you were in a highland pub rather than off a busy main road. Cosy up with a pint in the pub or head to the brasserie for Scottish comfort food done in style. Visit their website

STYLE TRIBE: Town meets country - heritage shapes and practical pieces with a city twist - neon brights and unexpected prints. Dog not optional...


Are you a Glasgow Gal? Let us know your favourite spots and hidden gems - they might pop in a future blog post or photo shoot!

Love,

Pink Poodle xxx