The Garage (Glasgow) Reviews
Newest Review: ... vary greatly during the week and on weekends, needless to say it goes up to about five pound entry after 11 on a saturday night. The club is situated near the bottom end of the busy Sauchiehall Street and has plenty of other bars and clubs round about it and takeaways. There is also a taxi rank outside of the club which is useful. The club itself isn't particularly nice, they also only knock people back on very rare occasions which makes the club a good back up option. The drink isnt particularly nice and you get served it in horrible plastic glasses so I would recommend having something to drink before you go out. The bars also tend to ... more
Customer The Garage (Glasgow) Reviews (7)
by - written on 24/12/09 (Useful, 91 readings)
The Garage is one of Glasgow's largest nightclubs and mainly caters for the student crowd during the week and the larger population on Fridays and Saturdays. Thus drink prices vary greatly during the week and on weekends, needless to say it goes up to about five pound entry after 11 on a saturday night. The club is situated near the bottom end of the busy Sauchiehall Street and has plenty of other bars and clubs round about it and takeaways. There is also a taxi rank outside of the club which is useful. The club itself isn't particularly nice, they also only knock people back on very rare occasions which makes the club a good back up option. The drink isnt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/04, updated on 12/12/04 (Somewhat useful, 169 readings)
The Garage is a great club that has a variety of different types of music styles, ranging from R&B to my all time fav. cheesy pop. Well, i know on the nights i have been it has been great. The garage is situated in suchehall Street and you really cant miss the place, it has a huge yellow truck sticking out of the front of the building ( very appropriate considering its name) There is only one problem, that is the doormen on the front door are a bit over the top with their restrictions on people and can sometimes be extremely rude, i advise anyone who is going to go the garage, go around the corner and enter through G2, they are much nicer around there. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/04, updated on 18/02/05 (Very useful, 352 readings)
As Glasgow is well known as having some of the best night life in the UK I thought it would be worth giving my opinion on what my personal favourite in the the city is! The Garage is situated on Sauchihall Street in the city centre just before you get to Charing Cross.The entrance is not very big but you can't miss it because it has a great big yellow truck above it. The norm when going out there would be to go to one of the many pubs around the area untill about 11.30 where a lot of the time it is possible to pick up free entry flyers for getting in. The club actually opens at about 10.30 however it is usually very quiet untill half past eleven as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/04, updated on 18/02/05 (Useful, 179 readings)
I have no idea where the other reviewers have been before but I have to put a stop to any pro-garage nonsense circulating. First thing I noticed is that the DJ on the particular night was god-awful. I mean, I don't expect someone who can mix at a cheese-fest like the Garage but I expect him to be able to set sound levels! For the awful quality system the Garage has the volume was far too loud to hear any proper music... not that he would have played any anyway... For those who aren't into music, I can't even say that the average attendee is classy by any stretch of the imagination... if you're after an easy pull for the night then this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/03, updated on 18/02/05 (Very useful, 512 readings)
The Garage is one of two fantastic student clubs in Glasgow. It's situated at the far end of Sauchiehall Street and has a big yellow truck sticking out the wall above the door, so is pretty hard to miss. Being on Sauchiehall Street The Garage is next, or nearby a vast array of pubs to go to before hitting a club for the night. My favourite three being, Ocho for a nice sit down, Firewater for nice cheap drinks although it is a total cattle market and Edwards if I'm feeling fancy! The queue for The Garage is usually all right, depending on what time you decide to go at. My usual time is about 11:15, so to get in free with a snapfax. At that time you have ... Read the complete review
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