Ashton Lane

Located in Glasgow’s West End, Ashton Lane borders the University of Glasgow and is renowned for its bars, restaurants and cinema. Its cobblestones and fairy lights give it a unique charm, particularly after dark, and the lane is always awash with locals and visitors enjoying its vibe.

In the early 1970s, Ashton Lane was merely a rundown road buried in the West End’s back streets, but in 1976 the relocation of the popular Ubiquitous Chip restaurant from nearby Ruthven Lane, due to the extortionate lease cost, was the start of a revolution.

Other businesses soon followed from neighbouring Byers Road and today, Ashton Lane remains a thriving hotspot for nightlife and culinary delights.

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