Popular bar The Strathmore has reopened as a newly revamped gastropub and live music venue.
Operating from its original spot at 795 Maryhill Road the bar has been given a modern makeover with a twist, with wooden detailing, low hanging lighting and stripped back stone walls.
There is also a new glasshouse extension with park views, an elevated terrace for customers to enjoy alfresco dining plus a menu packed with BBQ pulled pork salad, hoisin duck pancakes, Chilean grilled cheese and Glasvegan burgers.
General manager Calum Lawson said: "A lot of people coming through the doors are impressed - we have the original bar and a brand new glass extension around the back.
"Everything has changed inside and it is nothing like the original place. Customers who were used to coming to the old place will be overwhelmed."
The cocktail list includes strawberry daiquiri and mojitos, along with the gin gin mule, fat sailor and vanilla white Russian.
There will also be a selection of international craft beers, wines and spirits during the pub's evening acoustic nights.
"Music is a very big part of the vibe at Strathmore and we will be hosting open mic nights and low key acoustic sessions throughout the week," said Calum.
"Before it was just a standard pub but it has now transformed into a beautiful new venue with a fantastic range of food, drink and entertainment."
The Strathmore will be open from 11am until 12pm however this is subject to change in the future.