- usually £36.00
- save 58%
- deals sold
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- Burgers for two
- Includes a bottle of wine to share or a BrewDog beer flight each
- Newly-opened restaurant serving up burgers, shakes, craft beers and more in Glasgow’s City Centre
- From the award-winning team behind The Anchor Line, Atlantic Bar & Brasserie and Cafe Andaluz
- Rave reviews from Glasgow Live and the Glasgow Vegan Guide
- Valid 7 days
Burgers and booze
Laurel and Hardy, gin and tonic… some things just belong together and with today’s deal, you and a buddy can head to Bath St. Burger to tuck into some tasty buns with a nice boozy drink to wash it down.
Choosing from a mouth-watering menu, you can enjoy the likes of the Breakfast Club burger with pork, black pudding and crumbled beef patty topped with a fried egg, streaky bacon and sauce. Or if you prefer a cluckin’ good patty, go for the Thunder Bird and swap the beef patty for a buttermilk-fried chicken breast, loaded with buffalo sauce, lettuce and a pretzel bun. And if burgers aren’t your thing but you can’t resist a dog, tuck into the namesake Bath St. Dog, featuring a Bratwurst sausage piled high with caramelised onions in a pillow-y soft bun – yum!
As well as your tasty meal, you’ll be treated to a bottle of wine to share. Or if you’d prefer, you can each enjoy a flight of BrewDog beers including Lost Lager, Punk IPA and the BrewDog Beer of the Week.
Bath St. Burger
The latest venture from the award-winning masterminds behind The Anchor Line, Bath St. Burger is bringing a true taste of soul and disco along with some tasty grub to Glasgow’s City Centre. Showcasing incredible décor, including an amazing graffiti background from street artist Rogue One, the eatery serves up a great mix of tasty burgers, cocktails, shakes and craft beers. Already making an impression on visitors and locals alike, Bath St. Burger has earned itself some sparkling reviews from the likes of Glasgow Live and with the introduction of its fantastic new vegan menu, Glasgow Vegan Guide has also tipped the burger joint as a hot-spot in the city.