The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating, Drinking & Sleeping

 

Club Shop:          Greaves Sports, the clubs official partner, has a trailer at the south-east corner of                            the stadium, beneath the Glasgow Warriors offices.

               

Eating and Drinking

At the Ground                  Kiosks in the Main Stand concourse and behind the North Stand will sell a variety of hot and cold food and drinks, as well as bottled alcoholic drinks

                                                Refreshment units will also be positioned at either end of the stadium

A clubhouse, selling a variety of drinks, will be in operation in the games hall at the north-east corner of the stadium.

Near the Ground

There are two pubs near to the ground: Granny Gibbs on the Dumbarton Road (5-minute walk) and the Three Craws on Crow Road (15-minute walk/next to Jordanhill Station).

City Centre

The West End of Glasgow has many high-quality bars and restaurants. Get the subway to Hillhead and head to Byres Road, or behind the station is Ashton Lane, a cobbles street lined with bars and restaurants.

               

 

Updated October 2015

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2015

               

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