Glasgow Pub Guide

The essential guide to Glasgow's best pubs and bars

The Ubiquitous Chip

Ashton Lane is a cobbled backstreet tucked away behind Hillhead Underground, connecting Byres Road to Glasgow University, and could well be the best place for bars and restaurants in the … Continue reading

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Oran Mor

One of Glasgow’s modern ‘super pubs’. To the uninitiated it may seem a little pretentious, situated as it is in the converted building of the old Kelvinside Parish Church, standing … Continue reading

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Brew Dog

Over the last few years it seems like there’s been a mini revolution happening in our national drinking habits. Where once Kronenbourg was considered an exotic brew and a choice … Continue reading

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Brass Monkey

It was a sad day when the Two Ways closed down: Rab C Nesbitt’s old boozer had stood there on the corner of Argyle Street and Kent Road, unchanged since … Continue reading

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The 78

A vegan bar which we found quite by accident, tucked away behind Dumbarton Road (I should say Argyle Street – the part of Argyle Street everyone thinks is Dumbarton Road, … Continue reading

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Tennent’s Bar

This pub is probably a perfect blueprint for the traditional Glasgow pub, great location, bit of character, fair prices, football on the telly and a good atmosphere. If most Glaswegian … Continue reading

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The Park Bar

As a proud Scotsman I’ve always have a soft spot for a good Scottish pub, surprisingly good ones are not always as easy to find in Glasgow as some folk … Continue reading

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The Arlington Bar

On St Andrew’s day the 30th of November 1996 the Stone of Destiny – the ancient seat of the Kings of Scots and a powerful symbol of Scottish nationhood was … Continue reading

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