Shopping at St Enoch Centre in Glasgow
Shopping at St Enoch Centre in Glasgow

Shopping at St Enoch Centre in Glasgow

Are you looking for a fantastic day out? Look no further than St Enoch Shopping Centre in Glasgow city centre! You can shop to your heart’s content, while also taking a break to have a bite to eat, in their magnificent food court. With over 35 high street shops and restaurants, you will struggle to find a better shopping experience in Glasgow.

Where can I find a Food Court in Glasgow?

St Enoch Shopping Centre has a fantastic food court located on its second floor, with multiple outlets. These include the likes of McDonald's, Greggs and DiMaggios.

With recent extensions, there is now a brand new Vue cinema and multiple restaurants, with more to come in the near future. The building is also steeped in history, as this is where the old St Enoch train station used to be located. Visitors can step out into the famous St Enoch Square, where the old ticket office from the station is still located, and stop in for a coffee, as it is now a Cafe Nero! So what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off, and visit St Enoch Shopping Centre!

  • Wheelchair access.
  • Parking.
  • Central location.

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