piece [pee-ss] : OUR LOCATIONS

Check out our locations across Glasgow. 

Each one has its own personality and while they all offer something slightly different they're all part of the piece [pee-ss] : Glasgow family

Finnieston and Kelvinbridge have just launched a new menu. Streamlined for the winter with some amazing specials coming. Check the boards in-store or follow them on Facebook and Twitter to be kept up to date

And piece@the whisky bond has had a make over and has expanded its menu too 



1056 Argyle St,
G3 8LY

0141 221 7975


Opened in 2008 at the beginning of the renaissance of Finnieston it has seen many come, and a few sadly go, but is now an institution in the most thriving food and drink spot in the city. With its Victorian tenement setting and old school décor it mixes Glasgow west end café with New York West Village take away.

The original piece, that special first child and the one that spawned an empire. All piece [pee-ss] Glasgow staff cut their teeth (but not their fingers) here and it's where most people experience their very first pastrami special...

With the 'interesting' music and a huge queue it's controlled chaos and a unique experience



200 Albion Street,
G1 1RU

0141 552 7128


Based in the Inovo building, at Itrez (Scotland's international Technology and Renewable Energy Zone) piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow in partnership with Scottish Enterprise have created a brand new retail unit within their flagship grade A office building. Scottish enterprise wanted a local firm to open within Inovo and piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow were proud to step forward

Piece@Inovo takes the express concept from piece [pee-ss]: Miller street and progresses it further. The bespoke display cabinets groan with huge New York- style creations that are portioned depending on customers requirements. Salads, pieces, patisserie and house soups are all available to mix and match and devour within the cafe space, on the terrace or back at the office. 



387 Great Western Rd
G4 9HY

0141 334 9697


Baby piece or ‘the difficult second piece’…

Formerly a popular and cherished family run bakery which has changed ownership and style over the last decade, piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow wanted to regain that community feel with an open plan cafe frontage and deals just for the Kelvinbridge customers.
The result is a small but perfectly formed take away unit, but one that also houses the extensive corporate and private catering enterprises of all of piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow.
So now you can grab a quick sandwich lunch and organise catering for a small office meeting, a conference of hundreds or even a birthday party.
See our catering page for details



100 Miller Street
G1 1DT

0141 248 1210


Another great takeaway unit that hides a secret. piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow’s first foray into the city centre is a gritty, sexy but sleek unit combining red neon with our traditional metro tile and (admittedly confusing) blackboards.

Alongside a selection of piece [pee-ss]: Classics in the bespoke piece section Miller Street also marked a new concept in taking the piece. In the piece Express counter the team showcase huge premium pieces served by the portion. The menu is flexible, seasonal and varied, letting customers mix and match and expand their piece lunch habits.

And for those hurried workers in town the express element means less time to get a piece in your face. 



Dawson Road
G4 9SL

0141 345 2140


piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow’s leap into the artistic world of in-house cafés. When Glasgow Sculpture Studios relocated the building’s owners saw the potential for a retail unit in this imposing and yet elegant building. Located on the Clyde Forth Canal, in yet another area of regeneration, is now a ‘hive of creativity’ (http://www.thewhiskybond.co.uk)

piece [pee-ss]: Glasgow was keen to continue our long term commitment and relationship with Glasgow’s internationally renowned arts scene and the small minimalist café space on the ground floor now serves pre packed pieces, for speed and convenience alongside our own roast coffee and tempting cakes. Perfect as well if you’re just out for a walk on the canal.

The menu in The Whisky Bond cafe changes daily so please check with the cafe the fridges