Polo Lounge & Riding Rooms is a Refined mezzanine lounge and basement dance floor with nights catering to most musical tastes. Welcome to the Polo Lounge, officially Scotland’s biggest and most fabulous gay venue. They’re open and ready to party seven nights a week with as much pop, sleaze, cheese, and disco as you can handle. We have four rooms, and 4 bars open to 3 am nightly Polo Loves You. The Polo Lounge is a Glasgow institution on Wilson Street right in the city’s heart. They’re an LGBTQ+ inclusive, safe space open and ready to party through the week with as much pop, sleaze, cheese, and disco as you can handle. Set over 2 Floors, they have 4 Rooms, including Polo Lounge, Riding Room, Polo Club, and Club X. Fancy experiencing the Polo VIP treatment?
Book one of their private booths and order one of their exclusive drinks packages. They kick things off weekly with ‘B’Lo The Decks Mondays’ with drinks from just £1.50 and have all the best chart anthems from their resident DJ. Lollipop Wednesdays are their premier student night with DJs Andy R & Dave Clark. Get down early and take advantage of free entry before 11 pm, free before midnight with your student ID after Lollipop Wednesdays; join them for Queer Fridays and their signature Saturday night. Are you looking for a bottle-to-table package to avoid those queues at the bar? Don’t worry. They’ve got you. They have a wide variety of private spaces.
There are booths available to book, with the option to combine booths to create one larger private area. All booth bookings include a fast-tracked entry for your whole party, the hostess-led table service, and one of the comfiest seats in the home. What are Glasgow’s top cocktail bars? The Riding Room is a must-see for those who enjoy their beverages and entertainment. From burlesque to funny cabaret, this business hosts some of the most unusual nocturnal events in their city. Roll up for cocktails and cabaret at Riding Room, Glasgow’s home of all things raucous and rowdy. The vibrant Merchant City bar is home to an eclectic roster of entertainment, from burlesque and cabaret shows to magicians and musicians. With on-stage frolics and a late bar, seven nights a week, Riding Room is buzzing every evening. As a gay-friendly venue, Riding Room attracts a blend of Glasgow’s LGBT community and those simply in to enjoy the show.