One of the First Cafés in Glasgow
“The Gandolfi was one of the first cafés to open in Glasgow. In my early 20s, it felt so cosmopolitan that you could have a salad or a glass of wine or a cappuccino in a place other than a restaurant or a pub. It’s set in the offices of the city’s old cheese market and has the original tables and chairs made by Tim Stead, a famous Scottish furniture maker.” -Stewart Laing This appeared in the January/February 2014. Photo by Michael Turek. Read more about Stewart Laing's Glasgow neighborhood.