A laid back bar and kitchen on Bath Street, Slouch is a popular hangout in Glasgow City Centre. With a music policy that leans heavy on the side of jazz, blues and rock 'n' roll, Slouch is haven of great live music almost every night. Decor takes inspiration from the tunes, with speakeasy-style, jazz bar design; chesterfield sofas, posh wallpaper, a fireplace with old-styley ornaments painted on the wall, black and white tiles and chandelier light fittings. And with a nod to the name, comfy couches and bean bags just made for slouching, are scattered about the venue.
Like any blues joint worth its salt, the bar is fully stocked, with a extensive selection of whiskey and rum. A wide cocktail menu has a range of classics as well as bespoke house drinks with names like Sloe Train A Comin’ and Dr Feelgood. As well as bar bites and lunch staples, the accomplished kitchen also dishes up pastas, pizzas, burgers and comfort mains. The young professional crowd is littered with music fans, and while the bar is busiest for late night DJs at weekends, great local and visiting bands throughout the week still draw quite the posse.
|Pint of Lager||£2.50|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.10|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.95|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£3.20|
A word from the chef:
An accomplished kitchen dishes out hearty comfort food, with tasty mains, burgers, pizzas and pasta. (Mac and cheese, £7.25, fish supper, £9.95.)
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