The Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel. The spa is an absolute treat to chill out and recuperate after a heavy weekend!
Best brunch spot?
Hutchesons Bar & Grill for their now legendary Bubbles & Brunch
Unsung hero of Glasgow?
Pianola, a little hidden Italian gem in the West End. The fresh pasta is to die for.
One to add?
Party Chat. Up and coming clothing brand based in the City. The brainchild of my old friend James Sutherland.
Where do the locals hang out?
Finnieston. Be sure to try Crabshakk for the best seafood in town and The Kelvingrove Cafe for a great cocktail and a blether with the friendly staff full of banter.
A taste of Glasgow?
Stravaigin for our finest haggis… go for extra whiskey sauce.
“Fun fact about Glasgow? You can go out for the day alone and come home with a party. It’s a very friendly city”
How to party like a Glaswegian?
The Priory Bar (don’t wear heels).
T total side of Glasgow?
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum to lose yourself in the incredible Artwork. (All museums are free in Glasgow)
Ingram Street for high end fashion. For a rare find, visit Anna at Starry Starry Night in the West End for something special from any decade.
Hidden gem for shopping?
Niche Bazaar Studio. Creme de la creme of eyewear. Brenda at Niche recently sourced me a pair of limited edition Jacques Marie Mage sunglasses that are sold out across the globe. She is the queen of eyewear.
Best coffee stop?
COLAB at The Savoy. You can browse around a fine selection of independent local brands and admire a variety of art and photography exhibitions while you enjoy a great wee coffee at Kohi.
Winter or summer in Glasgow?
Summer for al fresco dining and a stroll in our stunning parks.