Eat walk Glasgow food tour venues

Eat walk Glasgow offer a food walking tour that takes in five venues for locally sourced Scottish food tastings with three of the stops also having drink tastings.

The local guide will talk about the history of Glasgow as the small group walks between venues. We only take up to 8 people on our tours with many of the veneus we visit having an interesting story to tell in their own right.  We visit the Merchant City, known for it’s great resaurants an dbars the guide will point out other places to visit once the tour is over.



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Click on the photos below to view more details on bars/restaurants visited on the tour. We visit five venues on any one tour.


Gins at Alstons


Hidden under Central railway station this excellent restaurant offers a great range of cocktails and serves some of the best beef in Glasgow.They have an ever growing collection of Craft Gins, Try Makars Gin one made in Glasgow.
Hutcheson's window


This restaurant is in a lovingly restored building owned by Historic Scotland. Not only has a great deal of detail gone into the restoration of the building but also into the quality of the food, drinks and service offered.
Babbity Bowster plaque

Babbity Bowster

Babbity Bowster was built on the site of an old monastery, as part of a late 18th-century urban development. Today it is now a Listed building itself lovingly restored as an inn with bedrooms, restaurant and bar. In the Winter the bar is all the more welcoming with its roaring fire.
Cafe Source

Cafe Source

A hidden gem under St Andrews church with an excellent selection of beers, wine and spirits with a good food menu. Often there are musical events going on in the evening in the hall above.
Corinthian view of building from outside


You cannot help but go WOW when you walk into any of the rooms in the Corinthian. Great place to enjoy good food and drink while you people watch.
Rab Ha's

Rab Ha’s

Rab Ha’s is an independent, family-run business with oodles of character. Visitors can look forward to a cosy and tranquil space (not on the weekends) with stripped stone walls, an open fire and wood panelling in the bar and function room.
Mharsanta photo taken by the Herald


Mharsanta (pronounced as ‘Var-Santah’) meaning Merchant in Gaelic, has a passion for using seasonal, local produce from Scotland and is here to ensure our guests have the very best experience from the moment you walk through the door.