For Stag and Hen parties the main attractions include casinos, comedy clubs and also lap dancing clubs.
ALEA Glasgow Casino is an all in one place to eat, drink and play. With a riverside setting and no membership required it has the Red Leaf Restaurant at its forefront. With three separate bars and regular / special events, this is an excellent choice for an all in one package.
Gala Casino Riverboat also hosts many events including slots promotion, live entertainment and also Texas cash poker. Other casinos worth mentioning include Top Hat and also Full House Full Casino.
Glasgow is an excellent place for comedy clubs. These include The Stand Comedy Club. This is open seven days a week and is a widely recognised as one of the greatest comedic outfits in the world. Frankie Boyle, Russell Brand and Stewart Lee have all performed here. They also offer an alternative venue in Edinburgh.
Highlight Comedy Club has a branch based in Glasgow and Eastwood Park Theatre is also worth checking out.
In terms of lap dancing, the Seventh Heaven Club is regarded as one of the best in Scotland. Based in the city centre it has two sections, one being the VIP area and the other being the main club. Diamond Dolls is another well known pole dancing venue.
Glasgow Minibus can transport you to all Stag and Hen venues, with ease, comfort and at affordable prices.
There are many clubs which serve for a good night out in Glasgow. These include the Boho Nightclub. This is placed in the West End and is a widely regarded club. It has an impressive dance floor along with dancing cages.
The Garage 490 is a night club which regularly hosts nights out including free night outs for students. It regularly hosts pump, pock, rock and also Garage. A different music theme is used each day. The Bamboo Nightclub and the Sub Club are also worthy of a mention.
Annual events in Glasgow are in abundance and these include the Celtic Connections, which is a traditional music festival. Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow Art Fair, Glasgow Mela and the Merchant City Festival are also worth looking out for.
Some of the eating out places in Glasgow includes the Willow Tearooms. They have two restaurants based in Glasgow and offer a retrospective theme in terms of eating and drinking tea.
Rogano is one of the oldest surviving restaurants in Glasgow and offers a 1930s themed eating area. With a fully downloadable menu and a special service for the festive season it is worth checking out. Ubiquitous Chip also offers a variety of menus and also a separate wine list.