The Atlantis Glasgow

Image by Andy Logue

The Atlantis – Purpose-built bar

The Atlantis can be found just along from Singer train station on Kilbowie Road in Clydebank up the hill. The building looks to be a purpose built, 2-storey bar and nightclub which was supposedly built sometime around the 1960s.

The name, Atlantis could be linked to Clydebank’s history of shipbuilding with the likes of John Brown & Company which built a number of famous ships including; RMS Lusitania, QE2 and countless more.

Dominoes? Pool? Darts? You can enter yourself into the triathlon on a Sunday afternoon. When I was here it was for a quiet pint after a shift at work and a well poured pint it truly is. A great spot to nip in if you are waiting for the train from Singer after a day walking around Clydebank.

The Atlantis can be easily accessed by train via Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street. It is about a 20-minute train ride to Singer. Hop off, head up the street and cross the road. You can’t miss The Atlantis lit up on the corner of Kilbowie Road and Montrose Street.

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Details about this spot



Kilbowie Road 246-262, Glasgow

Opening Times

Mon - Tue & Thu 11:00 - 23:00, Wed 11:00 - 00:00, Fri - Sat - 11:00 - 01:00


Pint of lager: £ 3.25
Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)