The city's west end sister to 9-year-old, east end Glasgow Green outlet, WEST on the Corner is a trendy, welcoming revival restaurant and bar with a keen, fresh vibe. This second Glasgow-brewed beer bar is awash with premium local lagers, enticing a whole host of young and old visitors alike.
This charming, old Glaswegian building refurbished with a shabby, yet smart facade complemented by a smooth, stylish pastel interior, WEST on the Corner is a shipshape, modish drinking den. Typically, British pub themes and Spanish taverns tend to dominate bars, however due to its Deutsch links, WEST on the Corner has decided on a more German twist with its hanging, heart-shaped biscuits and £1.75 chunky, salted pretzels.
10 WEST draughts, stretching from zesty WEST 4 and Wild WEST to amber OktoberWEST and dark Dunkel, WEST on the Corner has all local liquid bases covered and trades all pints at very reasonable prices. Accompany them with some £4 pub sandwiches, and on Saturdays become David Bowie on Acoustic "Open Mic" night or perhaps Stephen Fry on "Pub Quiz" Sundays if that's more your forte.
|Pint of Lager||£3.30|
|Pint of Real Ale||£3.80|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.80|
A word from the chef:
Tuck into an authentic German inspired menu of Bayrischer Wurstsalat (Sausage), Jäger Schnitzel (Pork escalope), or the WEST burger in a pretzel bun.
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