Five March Glasgow – The perfect spot for sharing food

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"Five March" in Glasgow is my favourite brunch spot - they have such an amazing food menu and their cocktails are super delicious!

Five March is my favourite brunch spot - they have such an amazing food menu and their cocktails are super delicious!

Five March is located in the West End of Glasgow at a walking distance from Kelvingrove Park. It's my favourite spot for an energy recharge at the weekend before going for a walk to the park.

Their menu is fantastic and the selection of their ingredients goes with the season. They have plenty of choices for vegetarians and vegans and plenty of drinks options. Make sure to try one of their organic wines too!

I recently went and visited for a late lunch at the weekend and tried one of their new delicious gin cocktails which is now on my list of essentials when visiting, along with their amazing potatoes, a must try!!

Their staff is super friendly and great at recommending items from the menu for when you can't choose.

Top Tip: Make sure to grab as many friends as possible, this way you can almost order everything on the menu. Very handy if you like me want to order everything on the menu but end up with a takeaway box to take home when I can't finish the mountain of food I always end up ordering!

About this spot

140 Elderslie St

Tue - Fri 12:00 - 22:30, Sat - Sun 10:00 - 22:30, Monday Closed

£

no-price

1415731400

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