The best craft on draught changing weekly, keep an eye on the menus behind the bar for what’s currently tapped.
Pies for sale
Incredible pies, sides and puds to tempt anyone handmade by our pie masters right here on Bath Street in central Glasgow.
Music & events
Acoustic sets, live bands, pub quizzes and pie and beer tasting sessions setting the scene - let the good times roll… Pie & Brew is also available for exclusive hire.
0141 221 6789
(Under) ABode Glasgow, 129 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 2SZ
Tuesday - Thursday 4pm 'til late
Friday & Saturday 12pm 'til late
(Food until 10pm)
Bookings & Groups
No need to reserve a table, just rock up. For parties of 10 or more, please drop us a line and we'll sort you out.
Live Music & Events
We've teamed up with legendary craft beer brewers, Harviestoun to make your Wednesdays feel more like a Friday.
Come on down and sample a selection of beers from Harviestoun Brewery matched to our handmade pies and learn from one of the pioneers of the craft beer movement.
£12 per person
Michael Edgar is a Glasgow based singer/songwriter. After writing and producing two well-received albums he is now focussing on a third while playing various venues in and around Glasgow. Expect Folk, Blues and all things in between; notable gigs for Michael include headline slots at King Tuts, playing at The Barrowlands, Commonwealth Games and supporting Big Country.
Mic Clark was born into a large Irish musical family in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland. He began his musical journey on violin then moved onto piano during his childhood. It was in his mid-20s that Mic picked up the guitar, singing at home or at nights out on the Glasgow live music scene where he met local musicians and began writing songs. Singing harmonies with his cousin Olivia Ennemoser they quickly developed a unique sound and hooked up with other musical friends, going under the name Acoustic Butterfly, putting on gigs around town, gaining a solid local following and great reviews wherever they played.
From his busking beginnings, Hugh Kearns went on to hone his craft and cut his teeth on a diet of over 150 gigs a year as a one-man band on the Glasgow pub circuit. A colourful lyricist and expert in harmonica neck-brace playing, his songs have a distinctly Dylanesque flavour, with influences from the likes of John Prine, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams and The Rolling Stones underpinning his own Scottish brand of country blues music.