Made famous by the pub scene in the film 'Trainspotting', Francos (aptly named after "Franco" Begbie), stands out because of its' sense of humour. It offers diner- style food with a Scottish twist, some seasonal cocktails, spirits, wine, and good old-fashioned pints.
It hosts a number of events on the mezzanine level, including parties, craft days, music nights and quizzes. The outside space is a quirky 'Gin Garden', and is lined with heated huts with space under the table with cushions for doggy visitors.
Inside is also doggy friendly, including the mezzanine, and dogs are fussed over and offered water and pats.
Situated at the top end of Queen Margaret Drive, Francos is close to the Children's Wood & Meadow, and the Kelvin Walkway, which are both very popular spots for dog walks.