Famed for great coffees, craft ales and sport, The Hall in Glasgow will be reopening its doors on Monday 18th January following a £200k refurbishment.
Through a versatile design approach, the venue’s three informal spaces will ensure The Hall continues to appeal to a wide range of customers should they wish to dine, be entertained or party the night away. With street food influences and full-on flavours, dishes from mac and cheese to burgers can all be washed down with the new selection of craft beers and cask ales. A wide selection of cocktails are also available ensuring there really is something for all tastes.
The dedicated games section will entice those after more than just a quiet drink, enabling guests to socialise whilst playing pool or a selection of retro games. Alternatively, for customers with a cause to celebrate they will be able to dance the night away with new headline acts every week.
What’s more, the whole site will be equipped with free Wi-Fi and printing available for those looking for an easy-going workplace away from the library or office.
Stephanie Coyle, General Manager at The Hall, said: “We’re really excited to open the doors to The Hall and can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks of our new look. We know Glasgow is famous for its late night offering and we want to keep our reputation as a go-to place for anyone who likes a bit of variety to their evening venture. We’ll also be continuing our popular sports screenings which we know will be even more important for 2016!”
Throughout the week, The Hall will boast an array of offers and events including Craft and Cocktails from Tuesday to Thursday, Wing Wednesdays and a smartphone quiz every Monday night.
The Hall, Newton House, 457 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. G2 3LG