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Favourite Wetherspoons in Glasgow?

Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by PhilMitchell, Feb 14, 2017.

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  1. PhilMitchell

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    Where in Glasgow or where in terms of where you reside unless that place of residence is a caravan.
     
  2. Stephen A. Smith Gold Member Gold Member

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    The one on Jamaica Street is gash :38:
     
  3. cidermaster Gold Member Gold Member

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    What about .ucking Fair Isle!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
     
  4. Briggs_bhoy Gold Member Gold Member

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    Edward G Wylie on Bothwell street then The Counthouse at George Square. One on Jamaica Street and the Sir John Moore are *. Better pubs in town than all them though
     
  5. Aidan O’Shea

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    Which one is the one right beside Central station? It's awful.
     
  6. Doogs. Gold Member Gold Member

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    Wetherspoons are pish, fulla nuggets and jumped up bams on the doors. I got papped out of one last year cos I was eating chips and went out for a smoke, and by the time I got back the bouncers where on the doors, asked me for I.D even though my Mrs and son where still in the restaurant eating. I look aboot 40 anyway * just didnae like my face so I went off on one, manager the lot out, and got a full refund off the *. If my son wasn't there I would have smashed the full place up the wee * bouncer annoyed me that much:giggle1:
     
  7. FATLAZYBHOY Born in the steamie Gold Member

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    every wan is *.
     
  8. KRS-1888

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    Queen St.
     
  9. Celtic_renard News Writer News Writer

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    Camperdown place at Queen Street station is a good one. It's a good size. The other ones feel more like big food places but that one feels like a pub.
     
  10. Shamrock.

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    The Sir John Moore is the only boozer I've seen in Glasgow with the mounted police standing guard outside on a Sunday. It was always bit of a mare. The counting house adds up to a decent boozer. Get's a majority from me.
     
  11. Miles Platting Irish Mancunian Gold Member

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    Crystal Palace, by a mile
     
  12. PaulM1888 Gold Member Gold Member

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    The Counthouse is a beautiful old building inside. Fine for a few liveners.
     
  13. Big Mick Earth's Best Defender Gold Member

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    Hengler's Circus.
     
  14. packybhoy Administrator Administrator

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    Heartless contraptions disguised as public houses. Something more cosy for my liking.
     
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    The one opposite the raddisson is alright . More of an eating place than a boozer though
     
  16. Mr Shelby I am the son and heir Gold Member

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    Counting House.

    Only because of the building. Good for a quick drink or two but can't stay in it long.
     
  17. M 67

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    * hate the places. They don't play music either do they??
     
  18. CookieMonster Geez yer cookies Gold Member

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    * pubs.

    Park Bar.
     
  19. CheGuevara Administrator Administrator

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    Cointing House for me. Lovely surroundings, cheap drink before heading somewhere a bit livelier
     
  20. Bayern Bru Gold Member Gold Member

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    I love Crystal Palace for a pre drink before Cathouse or just for food with the misses.