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The Counting House


2 St Vincent Place
Glasgow, Glasgow G1 2DH


0141 225 0160



About this Venue

The premises were previously owned by the Bank of Scotland. The building was designed for the bank by J T Ruchead, between 1867 and 1870.


Venue Type

Beer Bar, Pub, British Restaurant

The Counting House, 2 St Vincent Place 2 St Vincent Place, Glasgow, Glasgow G1 2DH


Gary Robert Brown

Great venue as its an old bank. But the wait at the bar is long. Trying to get the staff's attention is very tough. Try downloading the app as you can get table service. Someone will bring you what you order. The Caledonian burger is a great way to try haggis. Recommended.

Gerry O'Brien

This converted citadel of commerce has an imposing ceiling that is doing a Cistine Chapel thing in a decorous pin-striped suit sort of way. It peers onto George Square and was once an imposing and austere presence in the heart of Glasgow. Not that that the drinkers care. The moneylenders tables have read more

Dawn Cunningham

What have the done to such a lovely bar, there has been so many tables shoved in the there is not physically enough room to pull chairs out at the table, crazy. We were day at a high table and a large crowd decided to sit at near by small table totally blocking us in. To get out we had to ask 8 peop read more

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