It's a bar, it's a restaurant, it's a club, it's a venue, it's a... church. Óran Mór is a stunning old-church-turned-super-venue, perched on the corner of Byres Road in the heart of Glasgow's West End. With two bars, two restaurants, a venue, a nightclub, a beautiful auditorium and seven nights of late opening, Óran Mór is a one-stop destination for all things Glasgow nightlife.
After a careful restoration ten years ago, the true-to-the-venue decor calls for old stone walls, dark wooden fixtures, and roaring fires. Hints of the building's more pious past as Kelvinside Parish Church stay on, with iron columns, church bells, stained glass and mounted head carvings of prominent church figures. The selection of spaces brings a contrasting crowd, The Brasserie Bar attracts cocktail drinkers with its late bar, while The Whiskey Bar - and its stock of 250 malts - lures those looking for something a little stiffer. Club O draws a party crowd Thursday to Sunday, as guest and resident DJs lay on the floor fillers. Meanwhile throughout the week, live music and lunchtime theatre fill out the already chocker programme.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£2.00|
|Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer)||£3.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£32.95|
A word from the chef:
Óran Mór's two restaurants offer a delicious mix of hearty pub grub and refined brasserie cuisine. (Burgers from £7.25 in the John Muir room, and Seared Monkfish £15.95 in the Brasserie)
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