30-31 October 2019 Scottish Event Campus Glasgow


Discovering Glasgow 

Glasgow or in Gaelic "Glaschu" which means "Green Glen", is the largest city in Scotland and has a rich history which dates back to the 6th century. From a small village to a medieval city and later on to an important trade centre, Glasgow was constantly evolving and today has grown into a significant centre of education, innovation and sustainability.

Glasgow's' economy includes advanced engineering, renewable energy and low carbon innovations and a lot more fields.


Places to eat

Glasgow has many restaurants, bars and pubs to offer within close proximity of the Scottish Event Campus. In only a 15 minute walk and 5 min by car/taxi, Finnieston Neighborhood is a culinary hub with some of the city’s most thrilling bars and restaurants located on Argyle Street, solidifying Glasgow’s reputation as a place for fantastic food, drink and entertainment.

Visit Fienniston.

Next stop the Merchant City which is located in the City Centre and it is approximately 20 minutes from SEC by train.  The area is one of Glasgow’s oldest quarters dating back to the 1750s and after its redeveloped in recent years, it is now full of exciting bars, restaurants, boutiques and galleries. 

Visit Merchant City.

The following is a short list of suggestions. To find out more about Glasgow's food scene and neighbourhoods, click here.


La Rotunda

28 Tunnel St,

Glasgow G3 8HL

T: +44 (0)141 847 0880
W: www.glasgowrotunda.com



Raddison Red
Finnieston Quay, Glasgow G3 8HN

T: +44 (0)141 471 1700
W: www.radissonred.com/glasgow


The Mariner Restaurant

Crowne Plaza,

Congress Rd,

Glasgow G3 8QT

T: +44 (0)1413069988

W: www.ihg.com/crowneplaza


Two Fat Ladies

652 Argyle Street,

Glasgow G3 8UF

T: 44 (0)141 221 8188

W: www.twofatladiesrestaurant.com/buttery


City Merchant

97/99 Candleriggs,

Glasgow, G1 1NP.

T: (+44) 141 553 1577

W: www.citymerchant.co.uk


The Finnieston

1125 Argyle Street,

Glasgow, G3 8ND

T: +44 (0)141 222 2884

W: www.thefinniestonbar.com


The Fish People Café

350a Scotland Street

Glasgow, G5 8QF

T: 0141 429 8787

W: www.thefishpeoplecafe.co.uk



920 Sauchiehall Street

Glasgow, G3 7TF

T: +44 (0)141 339 8627

W: www.oxandfinch.com


The Gannet

1155 Argyle Street,

Glasgow, G3 8TB

Tel: +44 (0)141 2042081



Ubiquitous Chip

12 Ashton Lane

Glasgow, G12 8SJ

T: +44 (0)141 334 5007

W: www.ubiquitouschip.co.uk


Cafe Gandolfi

64 Albion Street

Glasgow G1 1NY

T: +44 (0)141 552 6813

W: www.cafegandolfi.com


Discovering Glasgow Further

Glasgow Map

Discover Glasgow's' quarters and neighbourhoods

Glasgow activities and attractions

Beer Map

Whisky Map

Glasgow Weather

Glasgow Science Centre