Here there are international beers, great drinks menu, and most importantly there is GINTONIC OF BOMBAY SAPHIRE FOR 2 POUNDS! There is also a family atmosphere and there is always room for people. Recommended also is its half & half half pint of lager beer and malt whiskey, authentic Scottish!
One of the best pubs in Glasgow. The decor is very nice and the waiters are very friendly. On Thursday night there is live jazz or blues. As a drink I recommend "The Lawyer". If you don't know what to choose (understandable, given the wide range of drinks), you can ask a waiter to recommend something.
If you're ever in Glasgow, and are passionate about beer, then you need to have some pints at Bon Accord. This is perhaps the best pub in the city, and features a great selection of ales. The pub is located just outside the center of Glasgow, within easy walking distance. For, ahem, professional reasons, I spent the whole afternoon there. The average alcohol content of a real ale is 3.5 - 4%, so you can try a lot of different types without making a fool of yourself. In addition to the great drinks, you will find all the classic dishes you'd expect in a British pub, from fish and chips to a full English breakfast.
Life is a bit cheaper in Scotland, and you can see this in particular in the pubs! Alcohol here is far less expensive than in France, which could explain the problem with alcoholism in the country ... it's not a stereotype or a prejudice, our host in Glasgow freely admitted it between drinks. The Scottish tend to drink in small groups, rarely seated at the bar. My recommendations:
-The Loft (37 Ashton Lane). Adjacent to the theater district, this is a small student bar fully decorated with movie posters. Delicious cocktails for £ 2.50
-Driftwood (2, St. George's Road) Near the famous Sauchiehall Street, Driftwood offers a menu available, a dance floor and a nice bar. Perfect for Halloween!
-Aulay's Bar (8 Airds Crescent). A wide selection of whiskeys and beers. A map where you can find the national dish, haggis, and the famous British fish & chips.