Celebrated & sustainable Scottish seafood restaurant & Glasgow's premier gin bar, located in the thriving heart of Finnieston.





Over 60 of the best gins around paired with fresh ethically-sourced Scottish seafood.

On the bustling stretch of Glasgow's Argyle Street sits a diminutive blue building, dwarfed by lofty tenements. From humble beginnings as a Drovers' Tavern c.1800, (and said to have been frequented by Rob Roy Macgregor!) a cabinet maker, a hotelier and even a dairy farmer have called the brick walls home.

Today, the building is home to The Finnieston Bar & Restaurant, serving up the very best in Scottish seafood and award winning cocktails, champagnes and beers.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to serving only the very best of seasonal and sustainable Scottish seafood, complimented by local Scottish produce, whilst our award winning bartenders craft exceptional cocktails featuring our carefully sourced selection of gin.


"A small building set in a busy street which looks out of place with the others around, but it is big on value and professionalism. The staff are very very helpful, courteous and obliging.

"Visited for a friend’s birthday, the seafood could easily be the best I’ve ever had (without travelling to the med) Cocktails delicious! And staff and service absolutely amazing. Will definitely be returning!"

"We booked an outside table for two and The Finnieston have really made a great beer garden out the back of the restaurant, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Johnnie Walker area and the drinks menu is very good with a wide range of beers and spirits, will definitely be back."

"The ambience, furniture and lighting are faultless. Stopped off for great cocktails and whisky at around 10pm on a Sunday. Very cool and relaxed, presentation was great and I could have happily stayed there for hours."


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1125 Argyle St, City Centre,
Glasgow, G3 8ND


0141 222 2884

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