Moët champagne pop-up bar arrives in Glasgow hotel and it's perfect for festive celebrations

It’s the most magical time of the year and to get Christmas off to a sparkling start, Moët & Chandon has set up a pop up bar in Glasgow's five star Blythswood Square Hotel.

Published 6th Dec 2018
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Inviting guests to try food pairings, cocktails or just The Perfect Serve; chilled Moët champagne from the magnum, the bar is open now and running until Hogmanay.

For every glass purchased, complimentary Impérial popcorn will be gifted or, why not try the special cocktail created by Head Bartender Martin Nicol? The Mrs. Cratchit is a Christmas classic - Moët with infused Crème de Cassis.

There are also food pairings available for perfect post-work nibbles.


The Moet bar offers food pairings served alongside a glass of Champagne.

Guests can tuck into Loch Fyne smoked salmon served with lemon and caviar cream cheese on a buckwheat bellini, and a truffle, parmesan and ricotta cone, all served with a glass of Moët Impérial for £15.

Afternoon indulgences are also catered for with the Moët Champagne Afternoon Tea.

Running daily 12pm – 5pm in the The Salon, groups of friends can look forward to finger sandwiches, scones served warm with clotted cream, sweet pastries and freshly baked cakes served alongside a chilled glass of Moët.


The bar is open now until Jan 1st 2019.

As the month and year comes to an end, the pop up is set to celebrate 2019 in style with the House of Moët Hogmanay party.

A bottle of champagne for tables of four cost £100 per table, with party entrance from 10.30pm coming in at £20 per person.

Bring in the bells with live music will be provided by house band, Chasing Lights as well as a soundtrack from Pretty Ugly Club.

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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