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Doublet Bar, Glasgow

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Pleasant pub in an area awash with students and arty types. My pint of Red Ale, although very tasty cost nearly four quid, Rab C Nesbitt would be weeping!
nokegthanks - 1 Jul 2014 22:15
I loved this pub. Spent a great night in the upstairs bar 2 years ago.

Like others have said it has a nice locals feel to it / relaxed clientelle of all ages.

We had lots of room for our group of around 12.

Even had Bauhaus on the jukebox.

One of my favourite Glasgow pubs.
Pat_Bateman - 10 Jan 2011 15:35
great pint of IPA and friendly folk of all ages. What's not to like?
ian_j_baker - 6 Jul 2009 20:11
Stumbled in here on a Tuesday night in May. Managed to get a decent pint of Budvar which went down nicely. We also got roped into trying the locals quiz night which was almost impossible. We didnt win :(
mrgrumble - 1 Jun 2009 07:11
I recently visited this pub during a brief break in Glasgow, having drank in it years ago. It was a Saturday night and it was really busy. It has a unreconstructed 60's appearance about it..The clientele were a really mixed bunch - all ages and occupations. It had a friendly atmosphere and I suspect the anti-smoking ban landlord is long gone. His predictions about the negative impact the ban would have on his pub being proved wrong. The pub is busier than ever and you can breathe in it. The staff were very friendly and there were real ales on tap. Try in when you are in the area. Jimg
jimg - 27 Apr 2009 12:26
crap beer in a crap pub
driefontainen - 5 Sep 2008 10:54
A rare real ale oasis in a very barren land. In an area where most pubs are student oriented or catering for the bistro crowd, this feels a lot different - a local's pub, friendly, not over-crowded but with a steady stream of business that seemed to be real peopel having rela conversations! The night I went there were three real ales on, a TV showing Euro 2008 football and not a lot else happening. Tope marks for having a price list on the wall that was one of those black plastic boards full of holes that the names and prices of the drinks are pinned to in whote and yellow numbers and letters. Not seen one of those for years.
anfieldjet - 13 Jun 2008 13:31
dump owned by one of the biggest opponents of the smoking ban shame on him
driefontainen - 12 Mar 2008 14:27
Typical localís boozer but with a certain feel in a part of Glasgow not renowned for decent pubs. The dread hand of Greene King is present in the form of IPA but St. Andrew from their recently acquired Belhaven subsidiary was in splendid condition. For lager aficionados, thereís a rare example from Spain on draught.
Alerover - 1 Oct 2006 15:45

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