Good selection of real beer and good food options. A cut above your normal Glasgow city centre pub! Worth a visit
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Had a lovely meal last night in Blackfriars. Food was delicious and the staff very friendly. By chance we met the chef Chris as we left so we were able to thank him in person for the excellent food. Well worth a visit.
went in for a few drinks and food with friends my first visit,staff were lovely ordered food was just looking for a light bite ordered 2 BLT with chips and asked if they could make me a cheese and tomato sanny and it wasent a...More
Had a very nice dinner in the bar here, the food is good and drinks are great. Has Scottish food, Burgers and other bar food. The deep fried Haggis balls where great!!!
Visited the Merchant city unsure where to have lunch. Decided on the Blackfriars pub which I had a drink in but not food. We all thoroughly enjoyed our food, service was great. Lovely relaxing lunch on a Friday afternoon. We will be back.
Arrived late in Glasgow last night, so shot round to Blackfriars. Downstairs there was a comedy night, great atmosphere and then upstairs later and live band playing. Staff very friendly, great Gin Menu and food looked yummy. Definitely a lively place to be, just opposite...More
Saturday lunch time, not too busy but it will fill up later. Had a pint of real ale and the Grilled Smoked Haddock with mash, poached egg and parsley and cream sauce , which came in at £9.95. Great food, great service and REAL ALE,...More
I often visit this place when in Glasgow. This is a typical British pub with options of local food such as haggis and black puddings. You would get variety of pales from light to dark on lager. Busy on weekends and Tuesdays when it offers...More
Busy corner bar right in the Merchant City, good bar scene but can be busy and hard to find some space, good selection of beers