East End Restaurants

The East End is not well furnished with notable places to eat. An exception is West, housed in the Templeton’s Carpet Factory opposite the People’s Palace.

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  • 1. Barras Art and Design


    A welcome addition for East End diners, BAaD occupies a sprawling campus of spaces, including a stylish glass-roofed courtyard, a large beer garden split over two levels, several refurbished shipping containers, and a central courtyard space within the heart of Glasgow's original flea market, the Barras. The fashionable space hosts a series of pop-up kitchens, bringing various street food options to a crowd of trendy East End residents and visitors alike. The hipness of the venue is a reflection of the area's changing personality. With its long tables and airy atmosphere, the space was designed with sharing in mind, but there is also a more intimate balcony dining area.

    54 Calton Entry, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G40 2SB, Scotland

    Known For

    • Excellent pop-up kitchens
    • Stylish design
    • Good selection of beers

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues.
  • 2. Celino's

    $$ | East End

    This amazing Italian delicatessen and restaurant is located on Alexandra Parade, one of the East End's busiest thoroughfares. The beloved spot has been family-run since 1982, when it first opened in the heart of Dennistoun. It can be difficult to get a table because the place is so popular, especially on Sundays.

    620 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G31 3BT, Scotland

    Known For

    • Brilliant selection of meats and cheeses
    • Delicious Sunday lunches
    • Lots of crowds
  • 3. Dennistoun BBQ

    $ | East End

    An iconic burger restaurant on Duke Street in Dennistoun, this independent spot has quickly become a cult favorite in the area, with tables filling up most nights of the week. The no-frills burger joint serves huge topped burgers (with vegan and vegetarian options too) and delicious ribs. They even serve Mexican Coca Cola, which still sticks to the 1980s recipe and is made with raw cane sugar. 

    585 Duke St., Glasgow, Glasgow City, G31 1PY, Scotland

    Known For

    • Flame-grilled burgers
    • Good vegan options
    • Imported sodas

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues. No lunch Wed. and Thurs.
  • 4. WEST Brewery


    This microbrewery serves beer brewed "according to German purity laws of 1516"—in other words, no additives to muddy the flavor. The German theme is continued with the slightly cavernous dining space dotted with large wooden tables, and the food, which includes wursts, Wiener schnitzel, and goulash. A more limited bar menu is served in the very popular beer garden. West is in the famous Templeton Carpet Factory on Glasgow Green, built to resemble the Doge's Palace in Venice. You can tour the brewery Friday through Sunday with four tasters as part of the price.

    15 Binnie Pl., Glasgow, Glasgow City, G40 1AW, Scotland

    Known For

    • Classic German cuisine like wurst and potato salad
    • Variety of its own beer served in a popular beer garden
    • Weekend brewery tours with tasting
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