City venue hits new heights


GLASGOW private members’ club 29 has launched its new Moet & Chandon roof terrace bar.

The Champagne brand invested a claimed £30,000 in the refurbishment of the timber-decked outdoor space, which is on the fourth floor of the Royal Exchange Square outlet.
The revamped rooftop area features private seating areas, sofas, branded Moet & Chandon gazebos and patio heaters. It has a seven-foot bar, licensed between 11am and 3am, seven days a week, where an extensive Champagne list is offered.
A new al fresco food menu, available between 12 noon and 8pm, has been introduced, alongside a range of drinks packages costing between £110 and £320, which allow guests to reserve a gazebo and a selection of premium drinks.
Michael Robertson, general manager of 29, said the new-look rooftop bar is a welcome addition to the Lynnet Leisure-owned venue.
“It’s the ideal outdoor inner city space and offers guests and visitors something completely different,” he said.
“Nowhere else in Glasgow will you find a view like this, coupled with incredible service and sumptuous surroundings.
“It’s the perfect space for when the sun is at its most glorious and without doubt, one of Glasgow’s best kept secrets.
“The roof terrace offers the perfect dimensions for those looking for a venue to hire in the sunshine – whether that be for a wedding party, a birthday barbecue or a corporate event.
“It’s a really special space and now, thanks to the partnership with Moet & Chandon, completely unique to 29 private members’ club.”

Image: Up on the roof: the outdoor terrace is furnished with parasols and gazebos.