Stereo is a vegan restaurant and café bar in the heart of Glasgow, United Kingdom. This cosy and fun place features a seating capacity of 300 people. You will undoubtedly have a great and memorable experience at this venue. A lot of gigs, clubs, film screenings, book launches and debates are held by the club. Famous performers such as Junior Boys, The Shrelocks
, Silver Apples, Lydia Lunch, Agnes Obel
had their live shows hosted by the bar.
The venue is located on 22-28 Renfield Ln, Glasgow G2 6PH, and there are several ways of getting there:
By train and tube: Glasgow Central is the closest station – a couple of minutes away from the building. Exit the station and head north on Hope St, until you see the facility on your right side.
By bus: buses 15, 309, 310, 311, 333, 343, 344 can leave you on Hope St – a minute away to the south of the venue. Number 255 can drop you off even closer – just in front of it.
By car: M8 highway is the closest major route. From there, you can make a turn either to Argyle St or W Regent St. Both options will lead to Renfield Ln.
International: take a rail from Gilschochill, Yoker, Hillington East, Shawlands or Carmyle. Exit at Glasgow Central station and have a minute walk to the place (as shown above).
There are three Q-Parks, where you can leave your vehicle – on Sauchiehall St, Waterloo St and Jamaica St. The nearest of them is on Jamaica St – about 7 minutes south from the venue. All car parks have dedicated yellow lines.
Accessibility for people with special needs
Stereo is willing to accept everyone, and its staff is always ready to lend a hand. Regardless of the visitor's needs, the café can deliver an unbelievable experience. It is equipped with a wheelchair lift from street level. Unfortunately, Stereo does not have an accessible basement entrance, but you are free to come with a companion or ask the staff if you need any help.