Dodgy Pubs!!

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Postby putty shankleton » Wed Sep 08, 2004 11:08 pm

skintobalinto wrote:Annie Millers

Very Dangerous !!!! 8O



Its allegedly the most sectarian pub in Glasgow. allegedly
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Postby nuttytigger » Thu Sep 09, 2004 10:47 am

Gazzathecoigne wrote:The Brothers in Possil is a bit nuts. On a night out there many moons ago, someone done a "Begbie" and tossed an empty tumbler into the crowded dance floor. All hell broke loos whilst the culprit sat back and watched the carnage unfold?!


"Right, naebody move, this young lassie here goat glassed and nae c**t leaves here tae we find oot whit c**t did it!!"

trainspotting is my fave film :), there is a well dodgy pubs in hamilton - The Avon, it has, without fail, and ambulance there every week.,
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Postby Gazzathecoigne » Thu Sep 09, 2004 10:50 am

Ambulance to us.....taxi to someone..... ::):
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Postby nuttytigger » Thu Sep 09, 2004 2:09 pm

thats the NHS taxi :D ::):
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Postby Fake Plastic Steve » Thu Sep 09, 2004 4:52 pm

Louis Theroux wrote:What about the Kings in Irvine, apparently it is trying to attract the classier drinker these days.



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no...seriously

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Postby Bing Buzby » Thu Sep 09, 2004 7:52 pm

Pubs without windows.
Pubs with the price of a pint painted on the exterior wall.
Pubs that play Country & Western music.
Pubs with a car park full of broken glass.
Pubs with signage that pre-dates 1980.

Are often pretty dodgy.

Having said that I was in a pub in Dundee's Hilltown that met most of the above criteria. The place was grim and I am sure, had I not been meeting the owner, I would have been enjoying a quick bout of wrestling. But it did serve the best pint I've ever tasted. Probably has something to do with the owner drinking it himself.
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Postby jakester » Tue Oct 05, 2004 9:15 pm

The Modern Fossil wrote:Glen Douglas- yes, been it it
The Inn- Behind the bar they have a bottle of Rusty Nail...mmmm very nice
Mallon's - been in also.. a lot





just a wee update for you fossil , Mallons burnt down this past summer , theres nothing there now.The glen douglas is in mid upgrade and the Inn...well , still a dump
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Postby myfriendstan » Fri Oct 08, 2004 7:01 pm

Chinaski wrote:What's the name of that totally insane Rangers/loyalist bub just off Howard St? That is the dodgiest boozeer I've ever been in. Can't remember how or why I ended up in there but it was one of the most unpleasant experiences ever.

been in the saracen head a few time and although it has a dodgy reputation I've always found it quite reasonable.

I'm intrigued by 'The lampost' just on your left side as you enter Duke St from High St. Classic no windows pub, rarely see anyone going in or out and when you do they look as if they are about 95 years old and incapable of walking more than 10 feet.


Aaaahhh! The Lampost - first pub I was ever in (it was called Carrs Bar then) :)
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Postby frank » Fri Oct 15, 2004 10:43 pm

My Kitten wrote:hmm the duke and the lea rig come to mind oh and the caravel - or am i showing my age now


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Postby evilmiss » Fri Nov 05, 2004 10:30 am

The Cellar in Paisley...isn't a cellar...

Every time I pass that pub there seems to be multiples of broken bar stools/chairs/tables lying outstide, surely that is a bad sign? Or merely poor workmanship?

But it's not a cellar... :?
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Bibo Cibo - Boring Costly

Postby escotregen » Sun Nov 07, 2004 9:14 pm

I was at the Bibo Cibo at Bell Street/The Square in the Merchant City last Friday night. I was a reluctant attender as I've been twice before when we ended up walking out after waiting an age to get served. This time the event was someone's going away so I felt I had to go. I don't mind high prices where you'r getting something in return, but the prices here were really. really expensive and I just couldn't see why. It was just a half empty, 'theme-with-no-theme' place. In the time honoured way, after a decent period "I made my excuses and left"
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Postby yourebarred » Thu Feb 03, 2005 4:51 pm

annie millers and lee rig the worst, although the inn at lambhill pretty fucking scary. and the first and last in maryhill was the last stop for some!
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Postby Fossil » Thu Feb 03, 2005 7:31 pm

yourebarred wrote:......................... although the inn at lambhill pretty fucking scary. .......................


A quallity bar with olde worlde charm i would say, :)

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Postby Fat Cat » Wed Mar 09, 2005 4:17 pm

Have found the Crystal Palace in Jamaica Street a bit of a dump. Also, the Anvil in Riddrie - yuck.

Most pretentious bar - Kelly Cooper Barr in Bath Street - what a honker.
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Postby DickyHart » Thu Mar 10, 2005 1:54 am

it got a nice lift inside though!! and the bulding is one of a kind I believe.
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