A man will go a long way for a decent steak… as far as Texas in Alex Dean’s case. But, fortunately, an authentic steakhouse in Glasgow is a lot closer to home.
Council bosses insist they are also more cost-effective.
Founded in 2014, this pop-up tapas restaurant is part of a wave of new openings in the on trend Finnieston area, which have seen it transform into one of the buzziest places to eat in Glasgow.
The Steamie opened its doors in 2014, and since then those doors have barely stopped swinging from early until late.
The award winning Pride House Glasgow – which was a central feature of the equality and human rights programming of the 2014 Commonwealth Games – will be making a return for this year’s Homeless World Cup in Glasgow.