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Address: 62, Glassford St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G1 1UP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17507) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Argyle Street (0.1 miles), Glasgow Queen Street (0.3 miles), High Street - Glasgow (0.3 miles)

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user reviews of Steps, Glasgow

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No ale but a must visit for pub fans in Glasgow. The impressive period décor and wooden features inside give this pub a stylish retro feel, almost like a cruise liner! You have to see it. I will certainly go again next time I'm in town.
Richard_ReadingFC - 23 Sep 2014 13:56
A must visit or anyone who appreciates pub history. Unspoilt & unchanged for decades. Real Ale non existent, so just stay for the one beer as I did.
Wilson_MacDonald - 23 May 2014 21:53
Stumbled upon this timewarp by complete chance yesterday. And a timewarp it most certainly is.

Completely unspoilt small, low-ceilinged pub with 1930s style woodpanelled interior, lino tiles on the floor, long rounded wooden bar with a pelmet lighting feature continuing the theme. Small fixed tables opposite the bar with bench seating behind. Fluorescent lighting of a vintage type in the window bays; look out for the Tennents "T" design on the panes themselves.

Beerwise, there is no real ale, only Tennents lager and special plus a few other keg beers, a fair spirits range and soft drinks etc. The storage area behind the bar itself is also a feature worth looking at.

Pub attracts middle aged to senior clientele in the main but I did notice one or two lads in their 30s coming out on Saturday evening.

I had half a Tennents lager here yesterday and whilst I don't claim to be any kind of expert on lager I found it perfectly enjoyable with a fresh clean hoppy taste.

It's not a "tourist" pub, but if you are looking to capture the flavour of Glasgow's drinking past and willing to enjoy the interior over a pint of Tennents then you shouldn't miss this place. If you are looking for loud music and a boisterous atmosphere then your requirements are best served elsewhere (i.e. Blackfriars).
lad_newton - 26 Apr 2010 01:08

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