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The Station Bar, Glasgow - pub details

Station Bar
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Address: 55 Port Dundas Road, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, G4 0HF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3427) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Glasgow Queen Street (0.4 miles), Charing Cross - Glasgow (0.6 miles), Glasgow Central (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 21 users)
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Have visited this pub twice in the last few weeks. On both occasions the real ale was horribly warm. On the last occasion the bar staff were also engaging in the deplorable habit of pouring the beer from glass to glass, due to exess froth, in order to get a full pint. This, of course makes the beer flat. A good traditional pub spoilt by poor cellarmanship and bad bar practices.
Barnaby1 - 8 Apr 2012 11:08
Sad to say my partner and I had two very poor pints in here on Saturday night. Mine, a pint of Abbot, was made up of three part glasses of pre and post barrel change and tasted, predictably, very stale. But if that's how they do it in these parts... We left most of both pints.
Today I've just had a fine pint of Abbot in the Riflemans in Kendal: so different, so fresh. That's proper attention to beer.
drtimthornton - 13 Mar 2011 18:31
Use the code! Asking colleagues for a pint just ask them if they are going to the 'TSB' to make a deposit and withdrawal lol. Agree with the rest of the folks this Bar has grown in the last few years. Beers are great, barstaff great, craic great. Thank god the big Supermarkets haven't finished off the good pubs just yet but for how long.
Pub_Guy - 14 Sep 2010 12:07
Have to agree with holydave - I called in last Tuesday for a quick pint before the train home and found a welcoming pub, nicely modernised and populated by helpful competent staff and friendly customers. Only 3 ales on offer, and the one downside was my choice - a lime-flavoured offering from Caledonian (Mexican Bandit if I recall correctly) but I did ask for it and will try anything once. I will call again, but drink something more familiar in future!
Stamfordian - 23 Jul 2010 11:08
For my first review on BitE, I thought I'd give a nod the Station Bar, one of the many putative "Best Pub(s) in Glasgow".

My friend and I went to this wee pub the other day and, by Jove, we were impressed. Not only was the real ale clear and tasty (and cleaned the instant pints began to go cloudy), but the fizzy stuff was grand too.

The staff were impeccably dressed, very pleasant, and topped up short pints without being asked to. They refused to be tipped twice from the same customer in order to avoid favouritism for the big tippers; it is this kind of attention to detail in service which is a credit to the management.

The regulars were, on the whole, a lovely bunch, and with a lot of good craic coming from the bar staff, you'll never be short of conversation in the Station Bar.

All in all a wonderful little place. Both my friend and I are awarding 10s out of 10.
holydave - 13 Jun 2010 23:09

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