Seating on a raised area and sheltered above Renfrew Street’s traffic, The Project Café fits is a multi-functional venue in Glasgow. It is also a kind of escape for anyone who needs to feed their stomach with tasty treats and their soul with humanity. The venue is a not-for-profit community platform, and all profit is aimed to support creative local artists.
They offer daily succulent cakes, imaginative soups as well as seasonal salads and sharing boards for lunch. The price is very reasonable and the staff very friendly.
On top of serving tasty food, the café is an open-source events platform, hosting a programme of art exhibitions, workshops, book launches, and regular informal meetings. Keep an eye on their social media to know about the upcoming programme. It is also a great place to work and discuss. And for sunny days (or brave hearts) there is outdoor seating.
It draws an eclectic mix of residents, students from the nearby Glasgow School of Art and Royal Conservatoire and also film lovers from the close Glasgow Film Theatre. The atmosphere is quite laid-back, with music in the background, and the young staff welcoming.
Overall, this is a smashing little place with a nice chilled out creative vibe!