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Glasgow pubs

Decided to visit these pubs in November.Are they ok for 40 somethings and can anyone suggest a route for them. We will be staying centrally.Thanks

1. Bon Accord 153 North Street

2. Clutha Vaults 167 Stockwell Street

3. Horse Shoe Bar 17- 19 Drury Lane

4. Scotia Bar112 Stockwell Street

5. The Griffin Bar 266 Bath St

6. The Tollbooth11 Saltmarket

7. The Mitre Bar12 Brunswick St

8. Victoria Bar157 Bridgegate

9. The Halt Woodlands Road

10. John Mitchell Blythswood Street

11. McPhabbs23 Sandyford Place

12. Uisge Beatha 242 Woodlands Road

13. The Arlington 130 Woodlands Road

14. State Bar 148 Holland Street

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1. Re: Glasgow pubs

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yes these are all traditional glasgow pubs and have a mixture of all ages shapes and sizes. I'm sure you'll have a great time. My favs are the Uisge Beatha and one you haven't mentioned Jinty's on Ashton Lane. Might sound crazy to send you to an Irish pub but the atmosphere is great and the whole lane is a favourite with the west end crowd. you can get there by underground from buchanan street ��1 each way or if you are in Woodlands road stagger there!!!!

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Thanks for your help.Adding another pub might be foolhardy but what the hell!

Mick