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Top 6 Brunch Dates in Glasgow

It’s not quite breakfast. It’s not quite lunch. It’s simply brunch.

And it is simply brilliant.

So, whether you’re up and at ‘em early, or dealing with a hellish hangover, brunching in Glasgow is the perfect way to start the day, and start a date.

From the South Side to the East End, and the West End to the City Centre, you will be spoiled for choice for brunch dates in Glasgow.

Here we look at 6 of the very best…

Coia’s Cafe

Coias Cafe

Address: 473 Duke St, Glasgow G31 1RD

If you’re in Dennistoun, and you’re a little, shall we say, worse for wear, then there’s only one place you need to know about: Coia’s Cafe.

Serving breakfast until 3pm, you and your date can soothe your sore heads and start to feel normal once more before tackling the rest of the day. A special shout out to the Eggs in Purgatory: 2 eggs poached in Napoli sauce and served with Italian bread. Oh yes.

Trans-Europe Cafe

Trans-europe Cafe

Address: 25 Parnie St, Glasgow G1 5RJ

Since opening in 2005, this European-inspired cafe has brought a touch of the continent to the city centre. With its lovely coffee, gourmet sandwiches, and mouthwateringly delicious eggs benedict, not to mention its striking interior, Trans-Europe Cafe is up there with the very best brunch around.

The Hyndland Cafe

The Hyndland Cafe

Address: 96 Clarence Dr, Glasgow G12 9RN

The Hyndland Cafe can be found on Clarence Drive in the West End, but why come here? Well, there’s an all day breakfast on the menu for starters so you won’t have to worry about getting there too late, and on the weekends they even deliver it straight to your door if you live in the surrounding area! With a focus on high quality, freshly prepared food, this is a must-visit for dedicated brunchers.

The Bungo Bar & Kitchen

The Bungo Bar & Kitchen

Address: 17-21 Nithsdale Rd, Glasgow G41 2AL

If you’re in the South of Glasgow, then there really is no better option for a bloody mary and a late breakfast than The Bungo. Serving up a comprehensive brunch menu every single day between 10.30am and 4pm, it’s the place to kickstart a day out in this part of town.

Cafezique

Cafezique

Address: 66 Hyndland St, Glasgow G11 5PT

To the West we go, and here you’ll find “Glasgow’s best breakfast” in the cool and cosy Cafezique. Why is it the best? Well, just read the menu description of the Big Breakfast:

Puddledub shoulder bacon, stornoway black pudding, aberfoyle butcher pork & herb sausages, organic baked beans, delizique tattie scone, field mushroom, tomato & corrie mains free range eggs with delizique toast.

Are you drooling too?

And with amazing veggie options and a full menu for those with allergies, there’s no chance you and your date will fall out over choosing where to go and what to order.

Hotel Du Vin

Hotel Du Vin

Address: 1 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow G12 0UX

A 5 star boutique hotel situated in a beautiful Victorian terrace, the Hotel Du Vin is perhaps best saved as a birthday or anniversary treat. But if you’re prepared to dip into your pocket and show your date a fancy good time, then the Sunday Brunch is the perfect option.

With a four course feast that includes a buffet table of fresh, mouthwatering seafood, this may not be the cheapest meal you’ll ever enjoy, but it could be up there with the best.

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