Banjo wrote:Find a place that does some good grub, a few drinks and some music. If she's into dancing then there are plenty of places you can go to in the centre to carry on the night, that cater to plenty of different tastes. There's a place in the Merchant City called Avant Garde that usually has a Ceilidh every Saturday, if either of you would be into that. Slouch is good for late live music too (as is King Tut's) but it gets mega busy so may not be the best if you're looking to make some moves.
Be an arthouse wanker and go to the CCA or something, see what poncey exhibitions they have on display and then retreat to the bar.
Bank has it spot on - good food, decent drink selection and music that works for you both. My first date with current GF was a trip to the Biere Halle followed by Crystal Palace - what I'm trying to say is don't go too fancy if you don't know how she'll react; CCA and Avant Garde are cracking and I love going to them both but they're also quite niche for what they are. A pub visit is absolutely fine for a date, just as long as it's not a shitey old man pub. Just judge it by what you think she'll like.
Slouch on the other hand is an excellent place to go. Not too loud, a nice chilled atmosphere, good music, fairly cheap booze - good place to have a chat and get to know her. I'd also suggest having a look up Finnieston way as there are a few good bars there, or Ashton Lane. Even Mono or Flying Duck if she likes vegan food, and Yes Bar if she's a die hard nationalist.
Where are you meeting her? Town, West End, Merchant City or what? We can probably tailor some suggestions to your area and also turn up to
offer moral support.