76 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3DE
Few pubs in Glasgow city centre have so much history behind them. Pull up a pew at Lauder's and we'll share a few of its best-kept secrets...
Our name dates back to 1871, when the pub was owned by whisky maker Archibald Lauder. Back then it had seven bars including a secret one upstairs, and even a barber's shop downstairs. These days we don't offer a haircut for a penny, but we do serve up a cracking pint of cask ale and plenty of tasty pub-food - all at great prices.
- Wide range of beers on tap
- Sky Sports and regular events
- Family-friendly dining area