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Glasgow: Hard Rock Cafe with Set Menu for Lunch or Dinner

1. Glasgow: Hard Rock Cafe with Set Menu for Lunch or Dinner

Jump the line at Glasgow's Hard Rock Cafe and enjoy one of four menu options, including a starter, entrée, dessert, and coffee, tea, or soft drink. Enjoy your meal in the historic, renaissance-inspired Athenaeum Theater, built in the 1890s. You will also be surrounded by Hard Rock Cafe's iconic collection of memorabilia. Choose from the following menus: Gold Menu – 2-course menu Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burger (Black Angus steak burger) • Moving mountains burger (vegan burger) • Grilled chicken sandwich • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Grilled chicken caesar salad • BBQ pulled pork sandwich • Tupelo chicken tenders Dessert: • Brownie Beverage: • One soft drink, coffee, or tea Diamond Menu – 3-course menu Choice of Starter: • Caesar or house salad • Nachos to share Choice of Main Course: • Original legendary burger (Black Angus steak burger)  • Moving mountains burger (vegan burger)  • BBQ combo – pork ribs and hickory-smoked pulled pork • Grilled salmon • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Steak salad • BBQ Chicken Dessert: • Chocolate cake Beverage: • One soft drink, coffee, or tea

Glasgow: Silent Disco Adventure Tour

2. Glasgow: Silent Disco Adventure Tour

Join your silent disco team as they take you on a journey of song and dance through the famous streets of Glasgow. This musically instructed adventure aims to have your funky moves on display and your pop star voices serenading the people of the city. Your hi-tech headsets will fill your ears with beats, playing classic tunes and iconic hits from across the decades. As your inhibitions evaporate and laughter takes over, you will be part of the best all-dancing, all-singing walking tour in town. Meeting up with your super-stylish leader at the starting point, you’ll groove down the historic streets, passing famous landmarks, performers and the public (who will be looking on in awe and jealousy). Your moves are awesome, you just might not know it yet.

Glasgow's Music Mile Tour

3. Glasgow's Music Mile Tour

From the Royal Concert Hall to King Tut’s, the tour is a whistle-stop guide around Glasgow city center, an area teeming with music venues from the past and present. First, listen to the Apollo stories and check out the home of Celtic Connections. Hear tales from the heyday of the long gone Empire and listen to the legends from the late, lamented Apollo. The Conservatoire and Glasgow School of Art have both played a big role in the city's music scene and on this tour, you will listen to all the stories. Moving on to the Centre for Contemporary Arts and Nice 'n' Sleazy, the tour covers diverse genres and eras from dancehall and traditional jazz to punk, pop, and today's young guitar heroes. The music mile finishes at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut where you have the opportunity to follow in the early footsteps of Oasis, Blur and the Manic Street Preachers. Depending on access, you may have the chance to stand under the lights at King Tut’s and grab a selfie on the stage that helped launch so many great acts. Join the tour and explore a neighborhood rich in both musical myths and scuzzy backroom stages where the next generation of guitar heroes are paying their dues.

Merchant City: Past and Present Music Tour

4. Merchant City: Past and Present Music Tour

Share musical memories on this guided walking tour of the musical hot spots - past and present - in Glasgow's East End and Merchant City. Walk the oldest streets of Glasgow and avoid the usual tourist trails. The tour features tall tales, funny stories and fond recollections of great gigs. Starting at The Clutha, one of Glasgow's best loved live music pubs, the tour covers cherished venues such as the mighty Barrowland Ballroom and the venerable Britannia Panopticon – Britain’s oldest surviving music hall. During the tour, hear the story of the veteran venues which have found a new lease of life; the fertile relationship between the city’s visual arts community and its musicians; the legendary pubs frequented by folk music giants, and the newer, noisier upstarts that keep the grassroots scene growing. The tour finishes at the hip and happening Mono Café Bar where customers can enjoy a 25% discount on food. You don't need to be a music expert to enjoy the tour and even if you are, you may still learn new things. Jam-packed with anecdotes, the tour is designed to show a different side of Glasgow to both visitors and locals. The Merchant City has proved to be a creative stamping ground for everyone from Stan Laurel to Billy Connolly, Simple Minds and Franz Ferdinand. Take a tour of the area and find out why.  

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What people are saying about Glasgow

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Visited hard rock Glasgow as part of our honeymoon and it was great Portion size, food quality and taste were brilliant. Everything was very tasty and piping hot Only downside was the Service was quite slow Would recommend buying the pre set, pre paid voucher

One of the best tours I’ve ever done. Exhilarating experience. Music, dancing, walking, singing and all to the silent beat!! Highly recommend!!

It was good and amazing ambience. Just they should have kept good menu for vegans as well. There was only a burger to enjoy and nothing much

Amazing adventure, way more fun than we had expected. I wish a tour like this was also run in other cities.

Was soooo much fun from start to finish ……girls were great