You will find The Corinthian Club in Glasgow’s Merchant City in what must be one of Glasgow’s most impressive buildings. Formerly the headquarters of the Glasgow Ship Bank, it has been restored to show off its elaborate cornicing finished off with stunning gold leaf work. Elle Decoration has described it as ‘without a doubt, the city’s most dazzling spot for a stylish night out.’ A huge glass dome magnificently defines the main bar, Teller’s Bar & Brasserie.
Locally sourced ingredients in the Teller’s Bar
Teller’s Bar serves a tasty range of dishes using the best quality ingredients. The food is locally sourced and cooked to order no matter what time of day it is. The menu is designed to suit all tastes with everything from simple dishes like the whole grilled lemon sole or crispy duck salad to more grand dishes such as their cote de bouef or the impressive seafood platter. To finish they have a number of classics from bramley apple pie to caramel crème brulee.
City centre location
The Corinthian is located on Ingram Street in the Merchant City, a short walk to both Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations. There’s a taxi rank outside, car parking on Glassford Street and numerous bus routes nearby. When you’ve enjoyed your meal, there is plenty more to explore in the wonderful building. The venue is open until 6am and houses several other bars including Charlie Parker’s piano bar, clubs, a casino and gaming space. This is a truly imposing experience, one to visit as much for the architecture as for the food. Free wifi access is available every day of the week, ideal if you’ve got a working lunch or just feel like a nosey on Facebook.
Prefer to dine in private?
Here at The Corinthian Club we have an array of different private spaces available, ideal for both corporate and social events. With spaces that can accommodate 8-80 guests the options are endless. For a personalised quote based on your individual requirements please email our Events Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Corinthian Club, 191 Ingram Street, Glasgow, G1 1DA