Event Planner A new brunch and events space takes over from the Wild Cabaret unit in Glasgow By Marie Patten On Nov 12, 2022 Share New downtown brunch spot with giant event space opens in Glasgow (Photo: 18 Candleriggs, Gordon Terris, Newsquest) A new brunch venue is opening in Glasgow this weekend with a huge private events space tucked away in the back. Christiana Kelly, 22, celebrated the launch of her new brunch and events business on Friday afternoon as she and her team prepare for a busy holiday season. 18 Candleriggs Cafe opens to the public on Saturdays and will serve brunch and takeout until 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. Glasgow hours: Glasgow hours: READ MORE: New Glasgow Downtown Brunch Opens and Gives Out Free Goodies Christiana said: “I think sometimes cafes are often very busy and tables turn and things like that, so I wanted somewhere where people could relax a bit more. “The food is just amazing too. We wanted something a little more upscale. The brunch cafe is both dog and kid friendly and the menu has vegetarian and vegan options. Behind the modest seating area is a thick velvet curtain that separates the restaurant from a huge event space behind it. Glasgow hours: Glasgow hours: READ MORE: Inside the new Glasgow Off the Rails cafe near Queen Street Taking over the former Wild Cabaret unit, 18 Candleriggs Events is Christiana’s new events company that will operate behind 18 Candleriggs Cafe. Christiana was working as an event planner and transitioning into the creative sector before deciding that was what she wanted to do. After organizing events for a gin company, Christiana became involved with the former Wild Cabaret and helped organize cabaret and comedy shows, working with the likes of Janey Godley. She said: “It was amazing to work with amazing people and really creative people. “We have a lot to come, so we are starting to promote our event space on social media.” Glasgow hours: She added: “It’s amazing to have the big launch. “I was really nervous before and trying to sort everything out. “We did really well, I’m really proud of the team and the staff have been amazing. “Teamwork is the source of a dream job. “We have loads of things in the pipeline that are already starting to sell. “We have pop-up cabarets on weekends in December, which keeps us very busy. “We also have birthdays. The more people who hear about it, the more interest it generates, because it’s an incredible place. Related posts: Forget the big parties. Make way for intimate and economical micro-weddings Orange County Libraries Offer Free Cooking Classes Cedar Rapids Farmer’s Market returns in person on Saturday morning with some changes Where was “His Correspondent” filmed? Locations and distribution Share FacebookTwitterGoogle+ReddItWhatsAppPinterestEmail Marie Patten Prev Post Amstel Malta Ultra and Verve Life host Africa’s biggest fitness party Next Post Joy Ride: Australia edge out Great Britain for 19th BJK Cup final You might also like More from author Event Planner Top tips for the big day Event Planner 5 dream jobs and businesses you might love (plus tips on each) Event Planner Santa’s Bootcamp Preview: It’s a different kind of heat rising in the… Event Planner Here’s what we know about Naomi Biden’s White House wedding Prev Next Comments are closed.