The Tobacco Exchange is flanked by pretty Virginia Court. Sugar and tobacco were traded here in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Designed by Robert Adam in 1791 to house the trades guild, this is one of Merchant City's most notable buildings, with its dignified...
In the heart of the Pink Triangle, this is a popular bar with a good mix of ages and orientations. It’s packed on weekday evenings, but...
Brilliantly set in one of Glasgow's 'Tardis' police boxes, this tiny coffee stop is eyecatching and guaranteed photo-bait (leave a...
84 Wilson St · interesting places nearby
Polo Lounge information
This doesn't have the friendliest staff, but it still attracts talent. It's an attractive spot, with opulent furnishings. The downstairs Polo Club and Club X areas still pack out on weekends; just the main bars open on other nights. One of them, the Riding Room, has cabaret shows.