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Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

  • Bar Food

Tucked away under the cobbles of Drury Street, just a minute's walk from central station, lies our speakeasy-style bar that has a little something for everyone. Decked out with Chesterfields and leather booths, you can relax and enjoy one of our many bottles or draught craft beer or try one of our ... More

Drury Street, G2 5AP
+44 141 204 2929
Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

Outlets included

  • Glasgow



Recent Reviews
We met at Drurys bar and kitchen for something to eat before going out. The food was good and reasonably priced. The smell of cooking fat was like walking into a chip shop that was using old burnt fat. This smell lingered on your clothes and hair which I could still smell at the end of our night out. Mixed age group which was ok but not somewhere we will be visiting anytime in the future.More
I have run a D and D table here every Wednesday for over a year now and whilst it has had its ups and downs (thank goodness the Head Chef came back!) it remains my favourite place in Glasgow. Nowhere else have we been able to get a regular table booking to game, drink, eat and giggle that hasn't left us feeling watched and uncomfortable. The specials are often to die for and make my constant struggle to lose weight less likely each week. Comfort food, comfortable environment. A pub that doesn't take itself too seriously. Only downside is that it is a shame there's no private room we can book to avoid the crowds as it's often so noisy I spend my games shouting.More
I have been actively running a tabletop Blood Bowl League at this venue for at least three years now, the staff are excellent and the place is very relaxed with no bother. Beer selection is great, food is also very good, always usually get a table no problem except at the busier times on weekends which is reasonable and they can still be reserved. Mixture of crowds in playing pool, tabletop gaming, as couples, party bookings etc - place is great and will continue to be our regular! Highly Recommended *****More
Food's pretty good, and decent prices too But you get no signal down there at all and the WiFi's been busted for ages so there's no way to communicate with anyone beyond the basement walls Really busy at weekends too so you need to book ahead for a table if you're planning to go anytime after lunchMore
Burger meal and a pint staff friendly but customer service out the window give you a table.and go out side to down load WiFi for 5minutes and they give your table to someone else and back and sit on a stoll poorMore