Busy wee pub in the West End. Wine is rubbish so stick to beer and spirits. Great atmosphere though.
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Snug, cosy, welcoming, unpretentious wee bar in fashionable Ashton Lane. Reasonable prices, £5 lunch offer for staples, ie macaroni cheese etc. Barmaid was very genuine and friendly. Having a smoke outside, the fellow smokers made intelligent conversation rather than small talk (Glasgow beats my home,...More
A typical city centre pub. Great atmosphere, friendly service and good craic. No live music when we were in. I would imagine the place would be really rocking on a music night.
Absolutely nothing Irish about this place. I’m guessing it’s some chain’s concession to Irishness but if you’re in Glasgow looking for a somewhat remotely realistic Irish pub, please go elsewhere. Overpriced, basic and trading in its location rather than anything it’s actually able to offer....More
I’m sorry you thought this, but I can assure you as can our family in Ireland that we are 100% irish, NOT a plastic paddy and feel very strongly about your review... we are a family run Independant bar, not a chain have been here...More
When we have a bit of good weather there is no where better to spend an afternoon great atmosphere friendly staff
Fab Guinness and terrific live music combined with a very busy atmosphere makes this a must visit bar. Set in the west end opposite the famous Ubiquitous Chip, this is a great pre meal bar. I loved it. Great place to visit / just like...More
I was in Glasgow for 3 weeks and this place quickly became my local hangout. From day one the staff was very inviting. Always had great recommendations on places to go and things to do. Could not have asked for a better hangout. Music every...More
Its a typical pub in a popular part of the West End. Was only in for drinks and there was no table service so you have to go up to the wee bar and do your own order and delivery to your table