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241 Ingram Street, G1 1DA (Takeout)
264 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EQ (Takeout & Sit in)

What’s it all about

Sprigg, spoiling us Glaswegians with two venues now, can be found right in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre – just a stone’s throw away from the historic Gallery of Modern Art in Merchant City, and on Glasgow’s most famous thoroughfare, Sauchiehall Street.

Sprigg specialises in customisable bowls of fresh and healthy ingredients, bursting with colour and flavour, proving that eating on the go doesn’t have to be unhealthy and expensive.  As for great coffee, Sprigg has it covered, serving an exclusive roast from Grounds for Recycling partners, The Good Coffee Cartel.

Don’t forget to take along your reusable cup for a 50p discount on all drinks. While you’re at it, why not take advantage of their pioneering reusable bowl scheme too? Pay a refundable £6 deposit for one of their stealthy all-black reusable bowls and enjoy a discounted rate on food every time you use it. Bowls can be returned at any time, with £6 deposit returned for those in good condition.

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We’re excited by the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with such an influential group of people and businesses from Glasgow’s food scene. Campaigns such as Grounds for Recycling are critical for raising awareness on how to reduce waste by putting the circular economy into action. Excessive food waste can be so debilitating for businesses and the environment yet with some thought and small effort it can be hugely reduced or avoided altogether.  This is, without a doubt, a brilliant initiative for the City of Glasgow and something everyone can get behind.

– Tom McDermott, Founder, Sprigg 

Getting there by bike

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241 Ingram Street, G1 1DA:

264 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3EQ:

Where to park your bike:

You can find on street bike parking right across from the Ingram Street shop on Queen Street and right outside the Sauchiehall Street shop.