We're excited to announce a special six-week run of Friday night BBQs to take place on the Garden Terrace, a spacious outdoor seating area in our new public garden.
Running from Friday 22 July until Friday 26 August, we're celebrating the opening of our new garden — and the rest of the glorious Glasgow summer — with a Friday night BBQ and bar on the Garden Terrace.
Tucked behind the main warehouse building, the Garden Terrace is a spacious outdoor seating area overlooking our new green space. Featuring a fully-stocked bar and music from a rotation of DJs, there'll be delicious BBQ plates available courtesy of our latest Acid Bar residents Nomad, with a full menu to be revealed soon.
Opening every Friday from 5pm—10pm, children and dogs are welcome, and tables of six and over can book by emailing [email protected]
WHO ARE NOMAD?
Favourites from Glasgow’s contemporary restaurant scene, Nomad are the latest residents to take over our on-site cafe and restaurant, the Acid Bar. Nomad Pizza began when husband and wife team Chris and Louise Olivarius, along with partner Thomas Preston — the team behind Glasgow west-end institution Firebird — decided to take the wildly popular Firebird pizza recipe mobile, rocking up at festivals and other events in their Piaggio Ape mini van with the all-important wood-fired pizza oven installed. After touring for many years now, Nomad Pizza has become a firmly established staple of the UK festival, revered for their imaginative ingredients and dedication to the perfect crispy-chewy, expertly-seasoned dough.
Currently taking over the kitchen at the Acid Bar, Nomad are serving up signature Detroit-style pizzas alongside daily soup specials, skin-on fries, big salads and sandwiches from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm, as well as fresh breakfast rolls from 9.30am. The Acid Bar itself is open a little earlier for coffee, opening from 8.30am, Monday to Friday.
WHAT'S THE SWG3 GARDEN?
Tucked behind the main warehouse building, in between the train lines, our new public garden is the latest addition to the SWG3 complex. So far, 3,200m² of what was once derelict wasteland has been redesigned in consultation with neighbours, resident artists, staff and the wider local community into a shared space to grow, plant, play and create. With a summer programme having begun, we'll soon be opening the garden to the public to enjoy — keep your eyes peeled for more information.