Arta is Glasgow's most stunning venue for a night out. It is comprised of several bars, a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine and tapas and a ... More
Arta is Glasgow's most stunning venue for a night out. It is comprised of several bars, a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine and tapas and a courtyard and cabaret club, all equally palatial. The floors in the main bar are marble and stone, offset beautifully by velvet curtains in rich jewel colours, antique wooden furnishings, huge reproduction oil paintings, statues and fountains. Downstairs you will find two opulent smaller bars: the red room and the gold room. DJ's downstairs spin Latin, salsa and funk sounds.
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