Glasgow, get ready for your new favourite night out spot as Vega prepares to open its doors for a soft launch on July 19 followed by its full opening on July 28.

We were lucky enough to get a peek inside the stunning new rooftop space today and can confirm that it really is something special.

We started the tour with an exclusive first look at the venue's ‘party lift’ which is guaranteed to get you in the mood for a night of fun. It’s worth taking a visit just to experience the LED lighting and dance tunes to be enjoyed en-route to the seventh floor of the Yotel building.

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Stepping out of the mini-club-like lift you’ll be greeted by stunning panoramic views of the city which are matched by equally beautiful and interiors. Plush seating and quirky designs give Vega a distinctly futuristic feel.

The light features throughout the space deserve a mention in themselves, from LED neon statement pieces to soft glow mood lights on individual tables, Vega caters to any vibe whether you’re planning chilled-out drinks or a selfie-filled girls’ night.

Speaking of partying, if you’re looking for a way to make an event like a birthday extra special, then look no further than the stunning ‘VIP room’ which offers a secluded space for groups of up to 30 (covid restrictions permitting).

There’s good news for anyone growing tired of working from home too as Vega offers an area to be used as a potential workspace with chic, spacious desks and plenty of plug sockets.

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The amazing setting at Vega creates high expectations for a food and drinks menu and we’re delighted to report that the team has definitely risen to the challenge.

We watched master cocktail maker Lewis prepare a “Da Be Dee”, a gin-based delight served with a side of popping candy, just one of the quirky cocktails on the bar’s bespoke menu.

We’re guessing sharing drinks like the ‘Big Louie Vega’ which is served in a giant disco ball to be shared between six will be a massive hit for groups.

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It’s not just drinks on the menu though with the Vega restaurant open from is open from 12 and also offers a fresh and exciting food menu full of fun light bites like Adobo pulled pork tacos or grilled halloumi and sweet potato subs.

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Perhaps one of the last things you would expect to find at the top of a city centre skyscraper, Vega is home to a four-lane bowling alley which is full of the venue's signature neon lighting and floor to roof glass windows.

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With good food, good views, and an emphasis on fun, Vega is set to be a fantastic addition to the Glasgow nightlife scene. We can’t wait for you to experience it for yourselves.

Watch my tour below: