The Corinthian Club
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- Restaurant Bar
The Corinthian Club stands on the site The Virginia Mansion. The mansion was constructed in 1752 for the prominent City Merchant George Buchanan, and was famed as being one of the finest private residences in Glasgow. In 1842 the original building was demolished to make way for the Glasgow and Ship Bank. In this David Hamilton created one of the city’s most elaborate and richly decorated buildings, both internally and externally. In the 1920s the building was converted into justiciary courts and one of the UK’s finest Victorian interiors had many of its finest features hidden from public view behind false walls and ceilings.
In 1999 it was painstakingly restored as The Corinthian Club and the ‘Grade A Listed’ Roman Doric pilastrade, elaborate cornicing, 26 foot glass dome, superb sculptural plasterwork and free-standing classical figures were revealed once again.
The new Corinthian Club has revolutionised Glasgow’s meeting, eating, socialising and gaming scene, boasting 14 rooms spaced across 5 floors.
- Restaurant Bar , Party Bar
- Something a little different , After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking
- Merchant City
- Live Music, Casino, Cocktail Making
- Happily Affordable ££
- Dance floor
- Disabled Toilets
- No hoodies, No trainers, No sportswear, Smart
The Corinthian Club, 191 Ingram Street, G1 1DA
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