Visit Delmonicas – a LGBTQ+ Bar with a Karaoke Twist!
Visit Delmonicas – a LGBTQ+ Bar with a Karaoke Twist!

Visit Delmonicas – a LGBTQ+ Bar with a Karaoke Twist!

Delmonicas is a Glasgow gay bar that has existed in Glasgow since 1991. Because of this fact, Delmonicas claims to be “At the heart of Glasgow’s Gay community” which is very true as their bar is very popular with LGBTQ+ locals and non-locals alike. Delmonicas offer a wide range of alcoholic beverages including branded drinks at cheaper prices than other bars. They also have their own signature cocktails like their unique and creative “Over the Rainbow” cocktail which is a rainbow-coloured cocktail topped with a pride flag.

Where can I find a Gay bar with Karaoke in Scotland?

Visit Delmonicas in Glasgow

Delmonicas also have weekly drag shows every Wednesday from 10 pm. If you feel like singing your heart out to some gay pop anthems Delmonicas also has you covered as they offer private karaoke booths that you can book for different price ranges to get different perks and benefits.

  • Delmonicas is open 12 pm – 12 am Monday to Sunday
  • Delmonicas offer private karaoke which costs £10 per hour on weekdays and £25 per hour on weekends

 

 

 

Things to do near Glasgow

Expore Merchant City in Glasgow

For lovers of history! Or those just seeking a day out in the heart of Scotland’s largest city. Merchant City is the perfect place to visit while exploring Glasgow. Located close to the main districts of Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. The ...

The Underground – LGBTQ Nightclub in the centre of Glasgow!

One of Glasgow’s friendliest gay bars, The Underground is a popular draw for locals and tourists looking to make friends and drink refreshing, cheap beverages in a colourful atmosphere. Features a free jukebox which you can choose the music on. Choose from 100’s ...

Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow

Come and uncover history through art at Scotland’s most visited art gallery and centre for Glasgow’s in-depth modern and contemporary art collection, Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art! Located in the heart of Glasgow at the Royal Exchange Square, this free attraction has ...

Walking tours in Glasgow City Centre

Come take a stroll around Scotland’s largest city and stand in the streets steeped in history. This tour takes patrons around Glasgow city centre stopping off at different sites and giving a detailed history of the area. You will learn quirky historical ...

Ghost Tour Exploration Game in Glasgow

Edinburgh is world-famous for its Ghost tours, but Glasgow can also rival its neighbour city in this field. Discover the hidden treasures in the city, while also playing an interesting game. This ghost tour provides patrons with the opportunity to go on ...

Princes Square Shopping Centre Glasgow

Glasgow is known internationally for its fantastic shopping experience! From Buchannan Street to the multitude of shopping centres in the City like St Enoch and Buchannan Galleries. One of the most exciting shopping experiences in the city may be Princes Square. This ...

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre in Glasgow

Are you looking for something unique and interesting to do on your day out? Well then, the Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre will give you an experience that you will never forget. In its three decades of existence, the theatre has entertained thousands of ...

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre in Glasgow

Come and experience the unique Russian art and craft of Sharmanka! Sharmanka was originally founded by mechanic-sculptor Eduard Bersudsky and theatre director Tatyana Jakovskaya in St Petersburg in 1989. Since its creation, audiences in different countries across the world have been fascinated ...

Britannia Panopticon in Glasgow

Calling all history and music lovers! Do you want to visit a place in Glasgow that merges the two? Well then, look no further than the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall in Glasgow! This building is steeped in history, being the oldest surviving ...

The Glasgow Police Museum

For an interesting day out! Have you ever wanted to learn about the history of our Police force here in Scotland? Well then, the Glasgow Police Museum is the place for you! The Museum is run by an independent group of volunteers, ...

Street Level Photoworks in Glasgow

Calling all photographers, and/or photography enthusiasts! Since 1989 Street Level Photoworks has been providing artists with the opportunity to showcase their work in the heart of Scotland’s largest city. Their facility in the Trongate area of Glasgow is laid out to provide ...

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 ...