Rock 'n' roll is definitely not dead, Rufus T Firefly is where it's gone to hide until the smoke clears. Not for the faint hearted, this Glasgow City Centre pub does not pretend to be anything other than hardcore, with the speakers blowing music as sizzling as the food, which by the way, is served up as long as you can keep on rocking. Don't be scared away though, the natives at this Glasgow rock bar are friendly and there's plenty of drinks promos cheap as the chips you can nibble on, while you thrash your pals on the pool table or lose a small fortune on the fruit machines. Failing that, you can watch one of the classic movies playing on the big screens in the background.
Not only is this an old school rock sanctuary, but Rufus' holds the the occassional quiz night so pop along and make sure years of head banging haven't caused you to lose your marbles. The decor is fuss free, with the usual red and black dive bar dresscode and a pool table, though a real highlight of Rufus' is the Bank Passage beer garden out back. The crowd at this Hope Street bar is a mixed bag, the banter is top class and they take song requests: what is there not to love? If your air guitar skills would make Jimi Hendrix arch an eyebrow with respect, and you love pizza and sticky toffee pudding (and who doesn't) then Rufus. T.Firefly should be your first pit stop on the Glasgow rock pub circuit.
|Pint of Lager||£3.00|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£1.50|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.50|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£3.50|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£3.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£10.70|
A word from the chef:
Cracking pub food with pizzas, burgers and chip suppers, from £7 a plate, with snack-sized bar bites 'til late.
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