Doors Open at Church on the Hill
Iconic Southside Glasgow bar, Church on the Hill, has opened its doors again, following a £650,000 refurbishment.
The bar is now owned by the same team behind Glasgow favourites, The Raven, The Spiritualist and Smokin’ Fox. Church on the Hill has now had a full revamp of its food and drink offering and a spruced-up interior, and here’s a look inside.
Mr C went along to the launch party for a nosey and was Impressed with the refit. A whole lot brighter/airier and open than previously. The layout and seating is much improved.
Shaun Donnellan, Area Manager for Signature Pubs, said:
“It’s fantastic to finally open the doors to Church on the Hill. We have had such support from the community throughout this whole process, so it’s great to finally meet the faces behind that and thank them.
We’ve spent a lot of time researching what the locals want in terms of our menus and features, and we believe we’ve come up with something special; a place to eat, drink, relax, chill out, make memories; a place for all the family whilst remaining the place in the Southside to party at weekends. So please head on down and make our home your own.”
The owners have added to the community appeal of this Southside institution by installing quirks such as a ‘Doggie Hall of Fame’, a children’s play area, a Southside mural created by local artist Danny McDermott and a bar top confession box for all the small time sinners.
Each night there will be something going on at Church on the Hill. Monday’s are salad nights, choose a ‘naughty’ or ‘nice’ salad from only £8. Steak Supper Club takes over on Tuesday nights, whilst a Sharing Roast for all the family is top of the menu on Sundays. Wednesday is ‘Mate or Date’ night – don’t have a date? Just bring your mate and get a sharing platter for two with a pint or glass of wine from £14.
Here are links to Church on the Hill menus
For more information and news on Church on the Hill visit http://churchonthehill.co.uk