The Quarter Gill

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42, Oswald St,  Glasgow

G1 4PL

0141 221 0654

Area of Glasgow: Union Street


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Facilities

  • Has Live MusicLive Music
  • Shows SportShows Sport
  • Big ScreenHas A Big Screen TV(s)
  • AmusementsAmusements
  • DancefloorDancefloor
  • DJsDJs

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Ratings

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Overall:
2.0/5 (3 Votes)
1 5
Atmosphere:
2.0/5 (3 Votes)
1 5
Beer Quality:
2.7/5 (3 Votes)
1 5
Drinks Selection:

(real ales, wine etc)

3.0/5 (3 Votes)
1 5

Near By Pubs

Nearest first: McGinns, Rockers, Sir John Moore, McSorleys, Crystal Palace, Denholms Bar, The Solid Rock Cafe, The Alpen Lodge, Waterloo Bar, Osmosis, The Imperial, Goose On Union Street

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Reviews

16/10/2014 14:15:56

Reviewed by:
Anonymous

DIRTY SMELLY FOUL and that includes the ugly foul mouthed locals...who smell loike they need a bottle of disinfectant thrown over them...AVOD! AVOD! AVOID!

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29/09/2014 20:30:31

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Anonymous

Was in here on Saturday pub toilets are crap, but there was a karaoke night and i just have too say this girl was fantastic, funny nice and a fab singer she made our quick ten mins drink turn into three hours sesh. Best karaoke nigt ever will be back with evenmore friends.

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30/01/2014 22:39:08

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Anonymous

like to say was in here for the first time on saturday great singer on great day out for the ladies fab staff great place overall

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04/01/2014 05:33:53

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Anonymous

the pub is now under new management Celeste from bar 26 is the proud boss,she is about to upgrade the pub in the comming weeks if not months ,upstairs will be opening again after being neglected for a year or two prices very reasonable 2pnds for carling and heavy,kareoake every sat in bar,also very busy, the gay scene has more or less depleted come and see for yourself, very friendly and everyone welcome and would be treated with friendly staff.downstairs may be a mans pub but you try telling that to the girls on a saturday night,cant wait till upstairs opens,it will be like the good old days.

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04/10/2010 11:52:19

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Anonymous

I recently passed this pub (on the way to Hottenanny) with a group of friends and noted that it was under new managment - so we popped into the upstairs area for a pint & a look arounds (as it was having an openiong/birthday party) - it's still a pokie (small) wee place but it seems to have moved to be errrr "gay friendly" with a few studnets (lots of girls in denim shirts with short hair and blokes with shaved heads (also a few "bloke" blokes milling around) - nothing wrong with the £gat" thing. live and let live etc, but just a total change from the rather more drab cleintele in the past - It may not be my cuppa tea but the new owner is at least having a go at changing this once dour little pub (downstairs still seems to be a basic blokes bar. I miss the foul mouthed DJ though!

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22/07/2010 12:51:13

Reviewed by:
Captain Haggis

I doubt the casual drinker would be attracted to enter this bar, but just in case someone was thinking about it then think again. Very cleeky and seems to be a local for the adjoining area despite its central location. The 1/4 Gill is split into 2 areas, the bar downstairs (typical Glasgow "mans" pub but can attract dodgy characters) and the very small upstairs "disco" area which is simply surreal (posibly gaining cult status among the rgulars). The DJ swears like a trooper (his customers seem to be friends / regulars & to be fair seem to have a great time) and he is funny...... for a time. However heads turn as you enter if your not "local" in a scene reminiscent of the League of Gentlemen. Drinks selection is ok but not great but it is VERY cheap you'd need a drink to stay longer than30 mins. The bar staff are ok. If you're not a local or are new to the city it's best to avoid.

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