The Corinthian Club is housed within one of Glasgow’s most impressive buildings at 191 Ingram Street. A former bank and high court, the grade A listed building is now home to a variety of restaurant, bar and event spaces. Set over 5 floors, The Club has become synonymous with stylish surroundings and stand out service.
Whether you are enjoying a steak and bottle of red under the grand dome of the Teller’s Brasserie on a cosy date, or getting the gang together for a mimosa filled brunch to remember, we look forward to welcoming you to our world soon.
We are pleased to be participating in the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme which has been introduced by the UK Government.
Dine with us every Monday-Wednesday from 17th August and enjoy 50% off your food bill up the to the value of £10!
A Jewel In Glasgow’s Crown
The Corinthian Club prides itself on retaining many of its original features, and has previously won awards for its design and architecture. Built in 1842, it has previous served as the Glasgow & Ship Bank and subsequently the city’s judiciary courts, before being painstaking restored in 1999 to the impressive venue it is today. Featuring a 26 foot glass dome and some of the most intricate and elaborate plasterwork in the city, it really is a must visit for all.
Seasonal Goings On
Join us for a whole host of seasonal goings on. Whether you are enjoying a delicious light dish from our market menu, or grabbing an after work cocktail on the terrace, we have something for everyone.