If you have had a busy morning in Glasgow then Mackintosh At The Willow is the perfect place to rest and recuperate with a coffee or bite to eat. This picturesque café was designed by world-renowned Glaswegian architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and opened for business in 1903 the tea rooms have remained a popular ever since.
Mackintosh At The Willow is historically and culturally significant to Glasgow, as they are the only remaining tea rooms designed by Mackintosh for local entrepreneur Kate Cranston. The tea rooms work with local charities and social enterprises to train up young people. Many of the waitresses and waiter's are young trainees developing their skills.
Centrally located on Sauchiehall Street the Mackintosh style is apparent from the outside with the asymmetric exterior and decorated glass windows.
Once inside, as well as being greeted by a mouth-watering selection of cakes, the beautiful Mackintosh art deco style continues. With bright windows, stylish decor and elegant furniture, it is a great place to take in the atmosphere, especially whilst enjoying a scrumptious afternoon tea.
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