The Glasgow Arms, just a stone's throw from The Powerhouse Museum, is a
pleasant, low-ceilinged, wicker-furnished pub where comfort is
thoroughly taken care of. There's a small garden area with plentiful
shade which is a pleasure in the summer. Clientele varies from local
workers, apartment dwellers and the occasional student group to
well-heeled suited types. The food's quite rated, though we haven't
partaken as yet, and there's a pool table in the front bar where you
can usually challenge (and get thrashed by) the locals. We haven't had
a bad time here yet, which is a good sign.
Here's a tip. If you've got kids, or you're accompanied by some
visiting tourist-types, take them to the Powerhouse, and at an
opportune time, slip out and wander over to the Glasgow for a quiet
one. You'll thank yourself.
review by: Jason