Macmerry 300 on a roll in Glasgow


Macmerry 300 has just opened The Bull at 185 Great Western Road where Munro’s used to be and also plans to bring its Abandon Ship bar concept to Glasgow’s Mitchell Street this summer. This marks Glasgow units two and three for the Dundee-based operator after The Luchador which opened on the south side last year.

The Bull will focus on premium Scottish ingredients, like Scotch beef, as well as seasonal cocktails and craft beers. Inside, The Bull has a rich and colourful interior that blends the old and new – with traditional gas-lamp lighting giving it a Victoriana feel. There’s also pops of tangerine velvet and terrazzo tiling.

Abandon Ship is run by Richard Davies and AJ McMenemy, while AJ runs Macmerry 300 with Phil Donaldson (pictured).

As well as Abandon Ship in Dundee Macmerry 300 also operates a total of 11 bars including Dundee bars Bird & Bear, The King of Islington, and Gracies in Broughty Ferry. Draffens, The Blue Room, and BuBu are all neighbouring units within the Nethergate Building, at 36-38 Nethergate, the former Draffens Department store.

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