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I was talking with somebody the other day about how many pubs there are in Glasgow.I know at one time there used to be close to 850.A pub on almost every corner you might say,always with a chip shop and a bookies right next door.I believe there are only about 600 left now,what with re-development and other causes of closure.How many of you have favourite pubs you remember that are no longer there,or that have changed out of all recognition.A few that spring to mind for me are, Bar 82,The Lorne Bar, Jack o`Diamonds,Granny Blacks,The Mecca,The Monaco,Speakers Corner,Saints and Sinners,and The Kendal
Posted by: Teeny 8th Jun 2004, 08:41am
One of my favourities was McNees on Pollokshaws Road, just off Victoria Road. Used to get some great singers in there on a Saturday afternoon after the Plaza punters came out.
Queen's Park Cafe on Victoria Road.
The Pandora on Victoria Road, now called something else?
The International on Aikenhead Road.
Also the Square Peg in St. Enoch Square, it's now called Times Square and has changed dramatically since the days I used to frequent it.
I think the Lorne Bar is now called Big Tams? One of the Glesga folks will put us right there.
Sloanes in Argyle Arcade, Argyle Street, which hasn't changed a bit.
Hoops in Pollokshaws Road near Craigie Street, now called something else.
Obviously, not all during the one night
Good topic Riddrieperson, got my wee brain tickin' oe'er. I'm sure I'll be back with some more.
Cheers - Teeny
Posted by: Riddrieperson 8th Jun 2004, 07:10pm
McNees is still there,but called something else,I think.
The Lorne Bar is called Fat Boab`s Alehouse
I think the Queens Park Cafe is still there.It was Mark McManus` local.(He played Taggart)
the International is still the same.
Pandora and Sloans I don`t know about.I will certainly enjoy doing research on this subject.
Chambers at George Suare was called Queens for a while and then it reverted to Chambers but is now The Edge.For some reason the D in the title is reversed.I believe it is named after a member of the rock band U2.
Berlins bar at George Square became Sadie Frosts(a lesbian/gay bar :-) ,now it is the Europa.
the Hogs Head just along from the Europa is now called the Pheonix and is Glasgow`s first official non -smoking bar.i will do more research on Saturdayafternoon when i go out drinking with my brothers
Posted by: Guest Kas * 25th Sep 2008, 11:04am
Where did the Mally go from Eglington Street
Posted by: stratson 25th Sep 2008, 06:30pm
As far as I am aware the" International " (Aitkenhead Rd) and "The Penny Farthing" in Cathcart Rd(Govanhill) are closed due to owners going into liquidation.
McNee's was burnt down(Eglinton Toll) a few years ago.
Posted by: d.barber 25th Sep 2008, 08:16pm
The Mally was still standing in 2000 but dont know if it was in operation.I had 5 brothers so when I was youmng I knew of The Speak Easy,The Seaforth Bar(Crown St.?)and The Sou.Westerner?When I came of age I was in The Coronna,The Swan Inn and The Office was my local pub just around from the Cumberland Bar. Dee Bee.
Posted by: Guest 5th Apr 2009, 08:32am
Interesting topic - I used to work part-time in pubs to supplement meagre apprentice wage that started off at