415 Pubs and Bars found for glasgow

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The State Bar

A real find this, whether escaping the rigors of shopping Sauchiehall street, or wetting the whistle for any other reason. It is a classic pub, barely touched from a charming Mid-Victorian boozer, few of which ever existed in...

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Nicensleazy

If Sleazys (as the locals call it) were in London, not Glasgow, it'd probably be chock full of hateful eejits, preening and posing and generally being very pleased with themselves. But thank god and geography that it's not....

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Grove

Reviewing a new pub can be akin to reviewing a work of art, or a piece of literature (well, that's our excuse anyway) in that one may feel swayed by pressure into giving the object of the review glowing praise due to existing...

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Curlers Rest

So the guys at The Curlers Rest would say: A comfy Glasgow pub with a cultural edge Residing in Glasgow's diverse West End, close to both Kelvingrove and the Botanic Gardens, the vibrant yet laidback Curlers Rest is the...

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Corinthian

Some classic city buildings have been beaten into submission by conversions, but this magnificent Victorian building, which was originally a bank and latterly the High Court, seems to be in its element in its new guise, taking...

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Bon Accord

It's a pity that we could pay but a flying visit to the Bon Accord, as this place is a regular in the "Good Beer Guide" and has a good name throughout Scotland. Reputed both for its ales and its whiskies, we would...

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The Vale

Old fashioned boozer beside Glasgow Queens street railway station? It's a lot better than you would expect. It's an authentic experience alright; pretty care worn and no refurbishment in the last half century or so. A wide...

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Islay Inn

Like the nearby Snaffle Bit, the Islay Inn is well-known as being a favourite with guests from the Highlands and Islands. This place is, however, a very different beast. More sedate - even on a Saturday evening - and...

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Nico's Cafe Bar

An unusual, art-deco style place towards the western end of the Sauchiehall Street party district, Nico's is not really a café bar (though we understand that they will do you a filter coffee if you so wish). Vaguely...

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