Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

45 reviews

Drury Street, G2 5AP

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: American, Gastro Pub

Most popular offer available for 2 people today

  • £20
    £20 2 person offer - 2 burgers or pizzas + bottle of wine to share

About Drury Street Bar & Kitchen

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 4

    Value: 5

    Great experience, as always! (And dog friendly)

    I visit drury street every month with my friends for a catch up and food and I haven't been disappointed yet! Staff are always friendly and helpful and good is always fresh and delicious. Can't fault it! We go here as my friend has a little dog which she brings with her. The staff are great with him and provide a little bowl of water for him 😊
    - dined in restaurant 12/03/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 4

    Value: 5

    Dury street bar

    This place has a jumping atmosphere and excellent staff. The food is really good and great value for money.
    - dined in restaurant 11/03/2017

Colourful city centre bar

Taking its name from its tucked away, city centre location, Drury Street Bar & Kitchen is a Victorian era beer and wine emporium with a twist. From DJs to dance and acting classes, there is a never a dull moment here. Bar athletes can hone their skills on the four classic American pool tables. It is in no way compulsory but the customers at Drury Street Bar & Kitchen do like to dress up in their own inimitable fashion. Craft beers and cocktails keep the atmosphere swinging.

Contemporary bar menus

The chefs at Drury Street Bar & Kitchen offer a tempting array of contemporary bar favourites. Diners can design their own thin and crisp pizza or choose from a range of burgers which include BBQ pulled pork, veggie haggis plus chilli and cheese infused with coffee and beer. There are chilli bowls, chicken wings and ribs plus traditional pub grub classics such as fish ‘n’ chips and mac ‘n’ cheese. There is always a dessert of the day.

City centre transport and attractions

Drury Street Bar & Kitchen is on Drury Street in Glasgow city centre. Central rail station is a two minute walk and Queen Street station is a five minute walk. There is pay parking on Mitchell Street. Local attractions include the shops of Buchanan Street, the Gallery of Modern Art and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.

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45 Reviews