Hutchesons Bar & Brasserie is an A- listed Glasgow landmark previously known as Hutchesons’ Hall and now transformed by the Rusk Company into a beautiful three floor dining destination, complete with a vibrant Grand Brasserie restaurant, timeless cocktail bar and an exclusive Private Dining Room. Prominently positioned in the Merchant City close to Royal Exchange and George Square; we serve the best dry-aged Scotch steak and fresh seafood, inventive cocktails and fine wines from around the world. Whether you're looking to enjoy dinner in our Grand Brasserie, relaxed cocktails in the stylish 158 Café Bar or al fresco dining on our outdoor terrace; immerse yourself in the old school glamour of Hutchesons.
Hutchesons is fully accessible for wheelchair users, prams, or those with access needs using our Ingram Street entrance. We have an accessible lift that serves all three floors. It's a 5 person Domus Lift with a 400kg capacity, with audio announcements and tactile buttons. This is a mirror on the back of the door and one side. The doors are 35.5inch wide / 900mm There is level entry street access to our bar via our Ingram St entrance with a slight ramp allowing access via our accessible lift to all three floors and our wheelchair accessible toilet.
Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.hutchesonsglasgow.com/accessibility/
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There are four toilets at Hutchesons Two on the ground floor - ladies and gents, one unisex accessible toilet on the second floor (next to the main restaurant level) and one unisex toilet on the third floor - all level access and accessible via the lift Accessible toilet specification, as described below: Four handrails: Two vertical rails either side of both basin and toilet,two horizontal rails - one on back of door and adjacent to toilet An emergency alarm pull cord Two disabled assistance Door is manual, 35.5inch / 900mm wide, light to pull and opens outwards. Baby changing
All our staff receive regular staff training including Glasgow Welcomes service excellence and disability awareness training. Our managers have completed Visit Scotland accessibility training
Information about COVID precautions has not been added for this venue.
Assistance dog facilities
Assistance dog exercise facilities
There are two areas: Rottenrow Gardens is a small greenspace just off Ingram Street Glasgow Green is one of Glasgow's oldest parks and is over 136 acres http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/glasgowgreen
Other assistance dog facilities
We provide water bowls for assistance dogs.
The venue says it has...
- Accessible Format
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Parking
- Access Statement
- Online Booking
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