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Esca - Private Dining

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Esca and Chisholm Twenty Seven are the perfect venue to host private parties and events with space for up to 60 guests!

A fantastic location opposite the Tron theatre in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, matched with exquisite food, our venue is very popular for pre and post theatre diners, couples, birthday parties, celebrations and corporate events.

We have served fresh and authentic Italian cuisine for over thirteen years. Our fresh and contemporary ethos blends modern and traditional Italian food, coupled with an excellent selection of wine and prosecco, in warm, comfortable surroundings. A great location to celebrate any event!

Perfect for group dining party sizes of:
Up to 10 Guests, 10 to 20 Guests, 20 to 30 Guests, 30 to 50 Guests, Over 50 Guests

This Private Dining Venue features in the following categories...
Listing ID: 41357224da66de61

Private Dining Rooms & Capacities

Room/Event SpaceSeated/Standing Capacity
Esca60 Guests
Chisholm Twenty Seven44 Guests

Food Menus & Party/Group Dining Offers

This Venue serves the following cuisines: Italian

Although this venue offers private dining, there are no specific Private-Dining.co.uk packages or deals listed at present.

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What Customers Are Saying

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