17 - 21 Drury Street, Glasgow

0141 248 6368

Manager and Licensee - Michael Rogerson

.. Amid all this "pomp and circumstance" the waiters are as civil to the carter who wants his "hauf" as they are to the magnate who calls for his champagne.. one cannot help being impressed with the orderly manner in which the assistants go about their duties - civil, courteous and methodical - from early morning until late...

Scottish Wine, Spirits and Trades Review, 13 February 1888

 

Pie & a Pint

A pie has been the traditional lunchtime snack / meal with thousands of patrons of The Horseshoe Bar for some considerable number of years.

It's the natural choice with a pint

"Nothing beats a lunchtime pie and a pint" It's been part of the city's social culture for so long that it transcends style, class, taste and sometimes even species ! - a dinner dripping with pure 'Glesga' culture"

The Horse Shoe

"much like a favourite old record, people just forget how good the Horseshoe is until they revisit it again after a spell away at more modern places."


"By the early 1900s the pub had become something of a Glasgow institution and was as popular with prosperous merchants as with humble clerks"