The Lansdowne, Glasgow West

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About

The Lansdowne Bar, Glasgow, is a basement bar and restaurant just off Great Western Road serving contemporary and classic dishes, late night nibbles and a wide selection of tasty tipples in relaxed and unique surroundings.

The Lansdowne is the perfect place to come for amazing pub food, chill over a beer or glass of wine in our air-conditioned Glasshouse or relax in one of our booths with a freshly brewed coffee.

Pub Details

Manager: Karen Conlon

Tel: 0141 334 4653

Email:

Address

The Lansdowne, 7a Lansdowne Crescent, Glasgow West, Glasgow, G20 6NQ

Opening Hours

1200 - 2300 || Monday - Thursday
1200 - 0000 || Friday
1100 - 0000 || Saturday
1100 - 2300 || Sunday

Families are welcome to dine until 9pm.

  • Live Music
  • Smoking Area
  • Food Served
  • Plasma Screens
  • Function Area
  • Disabled Toilet
  • Wi-Fi
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Sunday Roast
  • Children Allowed
  • Baby Changing
  • Sky TV
  • BT Sport

Directions

The Lansdowne Bar & Kitchen is located in Lansdowne Crescent, just off Great Western Road, Kelvinbridge. The nearest Underground station is Kelvinbridge and is no more than 5 minutes walk.

Extra Information

The Lansdowne can be found just off Great Western Road in the lovely Lansdowne Crescent in the City's West End. Its central location makes it a great stopping point when travelling to any of the delights Glasgow has to offer.

Less than a mile from The Lansdowne are the Botanic Gardens, which are full of wooded walks and stunning floral displays. Kibble Palace, a huge curved iron glasshouse located in the grounds, is definitely a spectacle to be seen. After that, take a stroll down Byres Road and enjoy some West End shopping.

For a true taste of culture visit the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Featuring works by Van Gogh, Monet and Glasgow's own Charles Rennie Mackintosh is Glasgow's showcase attraction. Walking from the Lansdowne to the museum is a delightful experience as you travel through Kelvingrove Park, passing the stunning Glasgow University tower.

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