Visited on 3rd December 2016. Last stop in Glasgow before heading East from the low level station. Doomed Spoons on the ground floor of a hideous tower block which I believe is being demolished to extend the station. It’s a busy, single roomed venue. Decor is decent. A good range of Scottish micros on cask plus the usual craft selection. Picked up a couple of new ticks. Probably not the best Spoons in Glasgow but a decent enough effort.
On the North side of George Square, this ground floor Wetherspoon is in an unattractive building part of Queen Street Station. Inside you’ll not really notice the difference with a good range of ales and the usual menus in a very familiar ’Spoon’ environment. It does offer an outdoor space with ’The Counting House’, just a stones throw away can not, and this has the bonus of natural cover by the building itself.
Brand new Wetherspoons which opened today. Smelled like the interior of a new car. Very busy on first day. Although it is in a great location it is not the most attractive of Wetherspoons and the beer range wasn’t that interesting. Hopefully it will improve. 7/5/11 beer range has improved