What’s it all about
Serving espresso since 1988, Tinderbox are one of the best loved coffee bars in Glasgow. With several located around the city, you’ll be sure to find one on your travels, be it the West End, Merchant City, Princes Square, and even on the concourse of Queen St Station. They’re welcoming spaces, with great music, friendly staff and a reliably good cuppa. What’s more, they’re all within cycling distance of each other!
Their unique house blend is roasted just for them, right here in Glasgow. On top of that, it’s Rainforest Alliance certified, meaning you can be sure that you’re supporting sustainable business practices.
‘Tinderbox is as much a part of Glasgow as the city is part of us. We started on Byres Road – right down the street from the Botanic Gardens. We aim for sustainability and local benefits in everything we do, so diverting our coffee grounds to help the Botanics grow and thrive is a no-brainer. We had to be involved.’
– Carlo Ventisei, Managing Director, Tinderbox
Getting there by bike
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118 Ingram St, G1 1EJ:
116 Waterloo St, G2 7DN:
Princes Square, 48 Buchanan St, G1 3JN:
24, Charing Cross Mansions, G3 6UJ:
189 Byres Rd, G12 8TS:
Queen Street Station, N Hanover St, George Square, Glasgow G1 2AF:
Where to park your bike:
Ingram Street: You can find on street bike parking right outside the shop.
Waterloo Street: You can find on street bike parking right across the street on the corner of Waterloo Street and Douglas Street.
Princes Square: You can find on street bike parking along Buchanan Street.
Charing Cross: You can find on street bike parking along Sauchiehall Street near the shop.
Byres Road: You can find on street bike parking right outside the shop.
James McCune Smith Learning Hub: You can find on street bike parking along University Avenue.
Queen Street Station: You can find bike parking inside Queen Street Station.