A brand new late-night bar and restaurant called Proud Mary, which has Ping Pong as it’s unique selling proposition, is now open in Glasgow’s Queen Street. Proud Mary’s name was inspired by the ‘Let Glasgow Flourish Poem’, and not by the song… and has a retro feel. It’s the brain child of Christopher Murphy, who was formerly part of the St Jude’s team.
The ‘Ping Pong Ballroom’ downstairs is Glasgow’s only Ping Pong bar and houses six private tables, with each table able to host a team of 10.
Musically is aims to showcase Glasgow’s emerging DJs, producers and artists on a weekly basis – from new wave to acid rave, indie, rap, punk, funk and reggae. It also has a late night bistro which offers small, tapas style dishes, and offers cocktails too. It also boasts a beer garden.