The Finnieston

The Finnieston

Seafood

0.5 miles
1125 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8ND
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A thriving community hub, The Finnieston bar and restaurant is Glasgow’s first dedicated gin cocktail bar. It is also an award-winning seafood restaurant, which specialises in serving fresh, locally and sustainably sourced produce.

Every morning, a dedicated fisherman transfers his catch from boat to van and drives straight to The Finnieston to unload the seafood, which is then added to the daily offering. Similarly, forager Maxime drives up to the Highlands each morning and returns with wild herbs, mushrooms and berries. These wonderfully fresh ingredients are utilised by head chef David Hetherington  to create outstanding dishes. Tempting options include fish and chips, comprising the day’s catch served with triple-cooked hand-cut chips, homemade tartare sauce and pea compote, and hand-dived Tarbert scallops accompanied by curried parsnip purée, pomegranate and lotus root crisps.

The Finnieston has become home to some of Scotland’s most highly esteemed bartenders over the years, and is consistently rated as one of the top cocktails bars in Scotland, culminating in various accolades for both the bar and the bartenders. Alongside the cocktail selection, the venue boasts a carefully chosen range of beer and Champagne.

The talented kitchen team often takes to the road, and can be seen at the likes of the 2016 BBC Good Food Show and the Glasgow Restaurant Festival.


+2The Finnieston
Opening Hours:
Mon:11am-midnight
Tues:11am-midnight
Weds:11am-midnight
Thurs:11am-midnight
Fri:11am-1am
Sat:11am-1am
Sun:11am-midnight
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