The Quaich: an upholder of tradition

They're creatures of habit at The Quaich. There are folk who've been drinking for years in the public bar who've never set eyes on those regulars who opt for the lounge bar. Both are homely places to enjoy a Belhaven Best, so why change your ways? In the public bar, lined with framed football photos and programmes, you're reminded of Pollokshaws' local history. A grandson of Robert Burns, by the name of Robert Burns Thompson, was born here in 1817 and Burns' daughter, Betty, is buried in the nearby Old Vennel graveyard. The lounge bar gets busier later in the day and is where you'll enjoy Tuesday's open-mic night, Thursday's quiz with its drinks prizes and roll-over jackpot, Friday's karaoke, Saturday's DJ, Sunday's poker and other one-off events. On warmer days, the welcome extends to tables in front of the pub.