Ashton Lane

Ashton Lane is a cobbled backstreet in the West End of Glasgow and is noted for its bars, restaurants and a licensed cinema.

Ashton Lane

About Ashton Lane

Ashton Lane, Glasgow West End
Facebook information can be found here

The Famous Grosvenor Cafe and the now internationally renowned 'Chip' remain a defining feature. Some like Jinty McGuintys Irish Bar have been there a while too, almost 25 years.

Ashton Lane continues north as Cresswell Lane, where the variety of bars and restaurants is supplemented by a gallery of small specialist shops. The Lane and its surroundings might then be regarded as Glasgow's equivalent of Dublin's Temple Bar area or Edinburgh's Rose Street. While still popular with local residents and students, it is now firmly established on the Glasgow tourist trail.

Upcoming Events at Ashton Lane

Related Links

Brel

Brel

Brel Has Changed!A new look, a new menu but everything you loved left exactly as is.A magical new garden, a cosy new conservatory stove, amazing new dishes...
Grosvenor Cafe

Grosvenor Cafe

Our menu is fuelled by the finest fresh ingredients, passionate chefs and friendly staff all ready to share their favourite dishes. Amazing pizzas, premium...
Grosvenor Cinema

Grosvenor Cinema

The Grosvenor Cinema is Glasgow's only fully-licensed cinema. It contains two one-hundred capacity screens with luxury sofa chairs and comfy full-size...
Jinty McGuintys

Jinty McGuintys

Jinty McGuintys was originally a restaurant but since its conversion to a pub it's gone from strength to strength. Jinty's father, Vincent O'Kine, was...
The Gardener

The Gardener

That’s pretty much what we’re all about, we’re a small team, so we keep it simple and we love what we do. We’re a family of botanists, cocktail...
The Lane Vinyl Bar

The Lane Vinyl Bar

Come along and play some of our records or bring your own vinyl in and play in our record player.Conveniently located next door to the Grosvenor Cinema...
Ubiquitous Chip

Ubiquitous Chip

The Chip was opened by Ronnie Clydesdale on the 11th January 1971, at a time when Scottish cuisine was confined solely to the home. Chefs of the day knew...

Sponsored Links

Popular Events

Here Come The Boys
Watch Aljaž Škorjanec, Giovanni Pernice and Gorka Marquez, giants of the ballroom and Latin world battle it out on the dance floor when 'Here Come The Boys' arrives in Glasgow!
Dippy On Tour: Glasgow
Dippy, the Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast, is going on a natural history adventure across the UK, and will visit Glasgow between 22nd January - 6th May 2019!
Hamish Napier ‘The Railway’ with Claire Hastings
Celtic Connections 2019: Highland-born composer and multi-instrumentalist Hamish Napier will perform his second solo album, The Railway, at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall!
Glasgow Girls
The life-affirming, song-and-dance-filled, Scottish musical drama, Glasgow Girls is coming to the King's Theatre Glasgow in January!
Chris Smither and special guest The Suitcase Junket
Celtic Connections 2019: Chris Smithers showcases work from his eighteenth record Call Me Lucky with special guest appearance from Matt Lorenz (The Suitcase Junket).

Advertise With Us

Advertise With Us

Looking to reach new customers? We offer a variety of advertising options with prices starting from just £30 per month!

Click here to find out more »