Denholm’s Bar can be found on Hope Street right across the road from the exit at the bottom end of Central Station.
When you walk into Denholm’s, the first thing you notice is the hand-painted mural above the bar. This mural is known as “The Faces of Denholm’s” and hosts many notable pub goers throughout the years who’ve been nominated by their fellow drinkers.
I like to stop off at Denholm’s when I’m on the way home from a shift at work and I have spare time before my train home. I’ll head in with a wee newspaper and grab myself a pint of Tennent’s and settle in for a wee bit. I also find Denholm’s to be a great spot to meet people off the train and to grab a last pint before you part ways having just got off the train from London with mates or back from Glasgow Airport.
The bar serves up pub grub throughout the day and after it has shut the kitchen you can still get pre-made rolls which sit on the counter. Denholm’s also offers carry outs but like shops you can’t buy any after 22:00. For the singers out there karaoke takes place every weekend and Denholm’s also hosts a pub quiz every Wednesday.
Denholm’s Bar can be easily accessed by train as it sits right across the road from Glasgow Central and there are a number of bus stops along Hope Street.