Glasgow’s food and drink scene is ever-changing, with many new eateries set to open, or have just opened, their doors this summer.
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This popular bakery has recently opened a cafe, situated just down the road from its original site (which is still open).
In 2021 the business won an appeal to open the 40 seater cafe, after officials rejected plans over concerns that fumes from the baked goods wouldn't go down well with residents.
Fans will be over the moon at the bigger premises, which served brunch and breakfast dishes as well as their home baking and excellent coffee.
This cafe, which is on the site of Wee Plate, opened in June, and is a family run eatery serving Turkish and Mediterranean patisserie specialties.
In case the name and logo doesn't give it away, this newly opened cafe in Whiteinch has a Friends theme.
Serving packed breakfast rolls and brunch dishes, this is the one where you go for a good feed and coffee.
Good news for fans of the Wee Lochan, which sadly shut its doors in 2020. The Wee Lochan was a well loved restaurants offering a famed Scottish menu on Crow Road. It is now the site of The Marlborough.
Now it's back as The Wee Lochan Kitchen, located in Whiteinch.
Serving breakfast, brunch and lunch, the menu has dishes such as classic breakfast rolls, a vegan breakfast, croque monsieur and Cullen skink.
Find out more via their website.
Glasgow’s newest late night bar and restaurant venue opened in June – bringing a little Latin America to the city centre.
Bizarron is the brand new recreation of 111 Hope Street, formerly home to Ad Lib, serving food and drinks from 6pm until 3am.
"How El Bizarron Fooled the Devil" is a celebrated story said to have originated in Cuba, inspiring a theme which is unique to Glasgow, with South American music, menu and moody décor and lighting.
You can find out more about Bizarron via their Instagram page.
The location of the highly anticipated Glasgow Civerinos, an Edinburgh pizza institution, has been confirmed along with when it's due to open.
Currently, Civerinos has four sites in Edinburgh: slice bars in Portobello and the city centre, a restaurant on Hunter Square, just off the Royal Mile, and a delivery kitchen which is also home to the firm’s production kitchen, training academy and creative studio.
In September, Civerinos will open its first venue outside of Edinburgh, in Finnieston.
The Civerinos food truck, has already popped up in Glasgow and North Berwick, with plans to travel much further afield.
This latest venture from the team behind Santa Lucia in the Merchant City and the Santa Lucia Deli will open in September on Byres Road on the site of the former Tony Macaroni.
Diners can look forward to freshly made pasta dishes, arancini and burrata as well as wines and cocktails.