The Hug and Pint
- Telephone 0141 331 1901
- Opening times Daily: noon–midnight.
- Food served Mon–Sun noon–10pm
- Average price £8 (lunch); £10 (evening meal)
- Website www.thehugandpint.com
Impressive vegan dishes with added zing and live music create a winning formula for this St George's Cross neighbourhood hangout.
This review is taken from the current (2016) edition.
Most people who encounter the tender embrace of the Hug and Pint become an evangelist for its singular charms. An icon of Woodlands’ burgeoning play to be the epicentre of West End food trends, here you’ll find genuinely impressive vegan dishes, often served to the soundtrack of local musicians who play and eat here. Before you look at the craft beer menu and shout 'cliche', they are firmly hip, not hipster here. It's a surprisingly successful formula – it turns out the vegan venue Glasgow never knew it wanted was exactly the kind of place it needed. Take a seat on the wooden benches and start loading up on healthy combinations such as spiced coconut soup and pickled papaya salad or taste the unusual with mushroom rice pudding, crispy shallots and pickled onion. Their kitchen serves five or so dishes a day -– and yes, they are named after the Arab Strap song.
- High point: Friendly staff and cool vibe
- Low point: Menu may be too experimental for some
- Notable dish: Sweet tamarind plantain, rice, mustard greens
- Delivery: Deliveroo
- Provides: Vegetarian options (at least ¼ main courses), Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: mellow tunes, live bands
- Live entertainment: 100 capacity venue downstairs
- Capacity: 30
- Open since: 2015
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String quartet composed of RCS graduates, winner of the St Martin-in-the-Fields chamber music prize for 2014.
Bec Hill and Tiernan Douieb: Work in Progress
Work-in-progress from crafty Aussie Hill and cheery misanthrope Douieb.
Danny Gruff + Special Guests
In July, Danny Gruff will be promoting his debut album with a UK tour. Joining him will be some very special guests.
Emma Lloyd & Joanna Nicholson
Lloyd (violin) and Nicholson (clarinet, electronics) in recital.
Wistful, dreamy guitar pop from Fazerdaze (aka New Zealand’s Amelia Murray).
Folk rock quartet from Michigan.
Icelandic pop singer-songwriter.
Americana, folk and roots blues singer-songwriter.
The Little Kicks "shake Off Your Troubles" Album Launch @ The Hug And Pint, Glasgow
Friday 10th March @ The Hug And Pint, Glasgow Instinctive Racoon presents THE LITTLE KICKS "Shake Off Your Troubles" Album Launch 7.30pm doors Standard Tickets: £10.00 available from here
Fri 10 Mar
Mia and the Moon
Acoustic sounds from quirky earth sisters.
Sun 5 Mar
Red Note Ensemble
Red Note is Scotland's foremost contemporary music ensemble.
Soulful Wiltshire-born singer-songwriter who trained as a gilder – so whatever he touches could, potentially, turn to gold.
Tom Poulson, Danielle Price & Timothy Cooper
New and contemporary music for trumpet, tuba and electronics.