Keep an eye out for Wingerz which is taking shape on Sauchiehall Street.
Apparently, it is ‘Glasgow’s first chicken wingz-inspired eatery’ and the ‘wingz’ will be available in 25 different flavours.
The 5pm Dining blog has been clucking about chicken’s challenge to burgers and pizza for a little while now.
In Edinburgh, Spatch is feeding the capital with chuck cooked over charcoal.
All three can be booked via 5pm Dining.
Will chicken be the next big thing? You’re guess is as good as mine.
New restaurants in Glasgow: six°north
We are on much surer ground with the prediction that beer is unlikely to go out of fashion any time soon.
And if you like beer then you will almost certainly enjoy a visit to six°north, located at the increasingly hip Broomhill end of Dumbarton Road.
It is a craft beer bar. In particular, it is a Belgian beer bar.
Not only do they brew their own Belgian-style beers in North East Scotland, they also sell lots of Belgian beers along with Scottish brews and other beers from all over the world.
In fact, they have more than 30 taps and more than a hundred bottles of beers behind the bar.
New restaurants on 5pm Dining
Having launched last year, the Partick bar is one of the most recent businesses to sign up with 5pm Dining.
This mean you can enjoy offers such as two courses from the market menu for £12.
‘Petits Plats de Cuisine a la Bière Belgique’ is how six°north describe their food. It could also be described as ‘ideal for enjoying with a beer’.
The menus change but typical starters on the market menu might be the crispy chicken tempura or the beer soup of the day with crusty bread and butter.
The Aberdeen Angus beef, chicken and spicy bean burgers are always popular or you could spice things up with a sweet potato curry.
Dishes like the chicken and chorizo gnocchi with spiced tomato and cream sauce are the sort of hearty comfort food that comes into its own as the fresher autumn weather sets in.
Dessert might be the sticky toffee pudding or a lemon posset with crunchy honeycomb and shortbread.
Keep checking back to the 5pm Dining blog for new restaurants in Glasgow.