Brunch anyone? Super excited to share my “Best places for Brunch in Glasgow” edit with you. No doubt you will have seen my first of three “City Stories” series with Point A Hotels in this post and judging by your responses so far, you’re really enjoying them. Brunching is my most favourite thing to do (you could say it’s a hobby) and although there are so many amazing places I’d love to show you, Point A and I have taken you on a little tour of my favourite three – all of which are within a walking distance from the hotel. Are you ready? Read and watch our VIDEO HERE or below…
GLASGOW CITY STORIES
So many of you who have never been to Glasgow and are now excited to visit this wonderful city. I’m just so glad our City
Stories are showing you some of Glasgow’s hidden gems that you’ve either never heard of or completely forgotten about. Make sure to check yourself in at Point A Hotels on Bath street when you’re visiting. Fantastic room rates for such a central location and brand new, clean, super comfy beds – we all seek that in hotels. I’m going to be staying in Point A Shoreditch at the end of the month, so make sure you follow me on Instagram as I’ll give you a little tour of my room and hotel.
As you’ll see in the video below, I’ve chosen to show you three places that are quite different from each other in many ways. Singl-End offers an array of brunch dishes suitable for anyone, but I particularly love them for their healthy and gluten-free options that are out of this world. They’re well-known for their homemade baked breads and I think I’ve almost tried them all… I recommend sweet potato and almond bread and if I could, I’d eat their Singl-End Eggs Benedict every day. Watch the video to find out why.
I have a special little connection with Trans Europe Cafe and this cafe is particularly handy if you’re heading to Glasgow Green Park, Merchant City or Tron Theatre. Don’t forget to check out some vintage shops in the area after your brunch at TransEurope Cafe too. Also, please try and chat with Tony, the owner when you visit Trans Europe Cafe – the fascinating cafe interior, concept and even music will leave you amazed and it’s definitely the best spot for brunch for those from Europe…
Darcy’s (in Princess Square) is another completely different place from the above two. It’s really great for grabbing a quick breakfast over a business meeting or before a day of shopping. The service is always great and who doesn’t want to start their day with a smile, great coffee and pleasant surroundings?
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I really hoped you enjoyed our second edit of Glasgow City Stories and will try out my recommendations for best brunch places in Glasgow. As always, would love to know your thoughts on my suggestions in the comments below!