Where To Play Pool in Glasgow
Pool. It's the traditional British pub game that never disappoints. It's an ideal past-time to match a quiet Sunday afternoon pint or some lively after work drinks with your mates, an excellent pub treasure for those keen to release their competitive streak, and a perfect time-killer for students looking to have a laugh in between lectures. In Glasgow, there are pocketloads of pubs and bars partial to a spot of billiards, so next time you're looking to secure your weekly dose of pool and pints in the city, why not check out of these top bars.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
With its bubbling American-themed atmosphere of chart hits, supersize burgers and cheap pints, Campus couldn't be more perfect for a mid-afternoon or evening game of pool. Not only that, if the competition is really on, you can battle it out with your cues in Campus until the early hours, with it staying open until 3am seven days a week. May the best player win.
For a game of pool in a stylish eating and drinking atmosphere - head to Bunker on Bath Street and enjoy its fresh, homemade food and excellent drinks menu while your at it.
The Ark is the perfect destination for a laid-back game of pool in a friendly, no fuss atmosphere. As well as having cheap pints and serving excellent pub food to go with your game, if the sun is shining brightly in Glasgow, you can take your game outside to the outdoor pool table in its recently refurbished beer garden.
For a chic and classy affair, book out the oh-so exclusive Hummingbird Penthouse on the top level of the bar, and you could be sipping cocktails and lounging on its slick leather chairs between shots. Sophistication in a table-shaped nutshell.
While the explosive madness of live music takes place upstairs in King Tut's, downstairs, you'll find the perfect hidden cubby hole for a game of pool, where you can pot balls, sip pints and have a bite to eat in the ambient atmosphere of their pre-gig drinking spot.
Along with its delightful drinks promotions, live DJs and stylish, low-lit interior, the Bath Street gem Moskito tops it all off with an open area of pool tables, attracting a wide mix of after-work types, students and regulars.