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The Scotia Bar, Glasgow - pub details

Address: 112, Stockwell St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G1 4LW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17515) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Argyle Street (0.2 miles), Glasgow Central (0.4 miles), High Street - Glasgow (0.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 13 users)
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A very old classic Glasgow pub with lovely wooden beams and snugs. Strongly recommended as a living piece of history and culture. It was quite busy on the Sunday afternoon we went but still got a seat in one of the snug areas and got chatting with the locals who were friendly and interesting. I would go back.
Richard_ReadingFC - 23 Sep 2014 13:59
Whenever I visit Glasgow, this is on my "must visit" list. Just one proper beer which is drinkable, but nothing else. However, the pub drips 200 years of history. When they have bands down the side, it's simply a fabulous place to be.
Wilson_MacDonald - 23 May 2014 21:55
This pub does not look particularly appealing from outside, but don't be put off - Once inside, its a welcoming old pub, with very old wood and glass panels as well as quite a few small rooms of the main bar area. Live music on the Sunday evening I was in, and the mixed crowd made for a decent atmosphere - High marks for its history, slightly lowered by the lack of choice at the bar, with only Belhaven Best on draught (from the Greene King stable).
All in all though, a good pub - Give it a try !
SouthYorkshireman - 21 Sep 2011 21:07
Very old, full of nooks & crannies. Excellent music on Thursday night. Beer choice limited, but didn't mind that for the atmosphere.
Wilson_MacDonald - 23 Oct 2010 17:53
Cant believe this place hasnt been reviewed in over 2 years. Sandwiched between to higher buildings, it claims to date from 1792. The upper half of the exterior is black and white stone, the lower half, fake beam and white rendering with nodules that make the building look like it has mumps.

The interior is class; open plan, a horseshoe around a neat looking wooden bar that faces you on entry. The decor is the wood beam and white look, with large parts of the walls wood panelled. There are planty of old pictures on the walls to give it a traditional feel.

The service was fine and the large clientele mixed.

There was a handpull beer - GK IPA, so i left that! they did, apart from the usual stuff, Belhaven Best and the St Andrews Ale, the Ale was excellent.

For atmosphere, the best i did in Glasgow that night, just needed a slightly wider choice, but then, so can many places in Glasgow. I will go back.
Archivist - 3 Aug 2009 20:41

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