Set over three floors including six bars and nine spaces, Waxy's is something of a super-pub. Stunning carpentry shoots up out of the floors and along the ceiling like a sprawling forest and with live sports often on, this is the ideal place to dig into decent dishes with a pint or two.
Pubs in Merchant City
Among all the stylish cocktail dens, glam nightclubs, and quaint cafes, this city centre area is home to a few hidden gems in the form of pubs. No frills, laid back hangouts, where you can kick back, enjoy a pint, treat yourself to some gastro grub, or watch a match. If you're looking for a cracking pub in Merchant City, lucky you, you've come to the right place.
The chilled out watering hole is a sweet spot for chilled out drinks with a side of live music. Boasting one of Glasgow's most popular beer gardens, Babbity Bowster is a popular spot with al fresco drinkers and music fans who pile in for Sunday sessions.
Compromising of a bar, restaurant and hotel, Rab Ha's serves up great food and quaint vibes. Named after a stout 19th-century inhabitant of the city known as the Glasgow Glutton, it's all about locally-sourced Scottish cuisine with some of the most refined pub grub you'll find anywhere in the city.
A gastropub that feels like a sports bar, Committee Room No.9 is one for all you sports fans, Committee Room No.9 screens live sport two large screens. You'll find a great selection of cocktails and pub grub in laid back yet stylish surroundings.
After quality beers and quirky music? Head to this Merchant City boozer. Upstairs, the rough-around-the-edges, gastropub serves up a wide menu of British staples and niche brews, while downstairs a basement space dishes out a variety of live acts and DJs playing everything from rock 'n' roll to swing and ska.