Coffee, tea and biscuits will be provided at the symposium during the morning and afternoon breaks on both days. Delegates will be responsible for making their own arrangements for lunch.
We encourage delegates to join us in the evening on December 12th for the Public Lecture and Collections Open Night, which will be accompanied by a drinks reception.
There is a café inside the Kelvin Hall, run by Glasgow Life, that provides several food and drink options. You will get the small staff discount for anything you buy at the Kelvin Hall café, if you show your EDCR Symposium badge to the staff.
Other Food and Drink Options
East of Kelvin Hall
- 3-minute walk: Little Café Pizzeria & Espresso Bar (Italian) 9am-9pm, 1361 Argyle Street
- 3-minute walk: Urban Brew (coffee shop/café) 7am-9pm, 1365 Argyle Street
- 3-minute walk: Mother India’s Café (Indian) 12pm-10.30pm, 1355 Argyle Street, www.motherindia.co.uk
- 5-minute walk: Café Orlando (fish & chips) 1pm-10pm, 1383 Argyle Street
- 10-minute walk: Finnieston’s famous restaurant district, including Crab Shakk and Table 11 (seafood), The Gannet (modern seasonal Scottish), Distill (local/global fusion) and The 78 Cafe Bar (vegan).
West of Kelvin Hall
- 5-minute walk: TriBeCa (burgers etc) 8am-10pm, 102 Dumbarton Road, www.tribecabarandgrill.com
- 5-minute walk: Dumpling Monkey (Dumplings, noodles and Chinese street food) 11am-10pm, 121 Dumbarton Road, www.facebook.com/DumplingMonkey
- 7-minute walk: Tony Macaroni & Tony 2 Go (Italian) 12pm-10pm, 4 Byres Road, www.tonymacaroni.co.uk
- 8-minute walk: Kimchi Cult! (Korean style fast food), Tues-Sat, 12pm-9.30pm, 14 Chancellor Street, http://www.kimchicult.com
- 8mins walk: Big Mouth Coffee Co (café and gallery) 7am-6pm, 167 Dumbarton Road, www.bigmouthcoffeecompany.com