Maggie May’s £500K honky tonk makeover


Late-night venue, Maggie May’s, in Trongate, is set to complete its £500k transformation as it becomes Maggie’s Rock ‘n’ Rodeo and introduces country-themed Honky Tonks every week in the revamped basement space, to be called The Hoedown Saloon.

Along with country-themed events it will also be providing a ‘Bullpit and Buckin’ Bronco’ – where customers can hire the Bullpit and take part in Bukcin’ Bronco competitions.

The menu has also seen a revamp, and will feature American favourites such as buffalo wings, burgers, brisket, and pizza slices.

With a focus on big party groups including stags, hens, the rebranding has been influenced by Nashville’s dive bars with owner Oli Norman saying that while Maggie’s has always been a hub for live music and sports, the rebranding will add a unique country flair to its identity.

While the renovation is in progress, the bar will continue operating but customers are being encouraged to reserve tables in advance.


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