Kirkhill Bar reopens in Cambuslang after £120k investment


The Kirkhill Bar in Cambuslang has reopened after a £120k refurbishment, carried out in a joint venture between pub company Punch Taverns and publicans Debbie Owens and Kelly-Ann Watt.

Previously known as Carrigans on Cadoc street, South East of Glasgow, the Kirkhill Bar reopened on 23rd September after a complete makeover inside and out.

Along with new signage, the pub has seen dramatic changes internally, with the removal of a wall to enhance space and the addition of new seating, flooring, furniture, lighting and a revamped snug.

In terms of its menu, the bar is offering a full range of beers, along with pies, burgers and hotdogs. There are also plans to introduce weekly live entertainment in the future.

Owner Debbie Owens, who has been in the trade for 18 years, said “I’m really excited for what the Kirkhill Bar has to offer to the local community as well as passing trade. Me and my daughter-in-law, Kelly Ann, who will be manageress, are extremely pleased with how successful the opening night was.”

Iain Thomson, new business development manager for Punch Taverns, added, “With Debbie’s experience and knowledge and Kelly-Ann’s business attitude, I know that they are both going to make the Kirkhill Bar a fantastic place for locals to visit. This is Debbie’s third business with Punch and I am positive she will make this just as successful. I wish them both all the very best of luck and will continue to support them throughout.”

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