About Rocky O'Sullivans
Glasgow city centre New York Irish bar
Billed as ‘Glasgow’s first New York Irish bar’, Rocky O’Sullivans opened on Queen Street in the city centre in the summer of 2016. Lots of live sport, regular live music, a pool table and, of course, as much craic as possible are the main draws alongside a hearty bar menu and a wide selection of drinks. Rocky O’Sullivans is as welcoming and laidback as you might expect with the atmosphere rising a few notches at weekends and when big games are on.
Old favourites bar food menu
The Guinness may flow like water at Rocky O’Sullivans but there will always be plenty of classic bar food to accompany it. Particularly popular at lunch are the baked spuds and filled baguettes. As the evening approaches, people switch to starters like the nachos, chicken wings, Cajun wedges and haggis pakora. Alongside a steak and Guinness pie, fish ‘n’ chips and the house burger, there are main courses along the lines of mac ‘n’ cheese, Cajun chicken penne pasta and even a Caesar salad. Sharing platters of nachos or wings are great for after work drinks while dessert lovers can tuck into the sticky delights of a toffee pudding, meringues, cheesecakes and hot chocolate brownies.
City centre transport and attractions
Perfectly located for a shopping trip lunch break, Rocky O’Sullivans is on Queen Street in the heart of Glasgow’s retail district. Queen Street and Central train station hubs are within a five minute walk and there is lots of pay parking on Mitchell Street and at Glassford Street.