The GlasgowSubway Crawl

The Glasgow Subway Crawl, often referred to simply as the "Sub Crawl," is a unique and lively pub crawl experience that takes participants on a journey through the iconic Glasgow Subway system. Participants visit pubs located near each of the subway's underground stops, enjoying a drink at each establishment before hopping back on the subway to the next destination. It offers a dynamic way to explore the city's diverse pub scene while traversing Glasgow's historic subway loop. With its blend of camaraderie, exploration, and pub culture, the Glasgow Subway Crawl promises an unforgettable adventure for locals and visitors alike.

A grown up way to explore Glasgow

Grab your friends and get ready to explore the city in a unique way.


15 different areas of the city to explore


15 recommended drinks to try


Unlimited new memories and stories

The Route

Waxy O'Connors


44 W George St, Glasgow, G2 1DH

Find your own Irish welcome at the award winning Waxy O’Connor’s : Glasgow’s biggest and best Irish Bar. No mater if you are new to Waxy’s Glasgow, or a regular visitor, you can always find something new in this unique and spectacular pub. Waxy’s is an ideal place for lunch or dinner, or simply to enjoy drinks with friends or colleagues. Regularly described as a rabbit warren and a maze, you are sure to find your space in one of our 9 areas and 6 bars spread over 3 floors.



40 Howard Street, Glasgow, G1 4EE

The Laurieston


58 Bridge St, Glasgow, G5 9HU

It’s Just a Pub

The Star Bar


537-539 Eglinton St, Glasgow, G5 9RN

Glasgow's cheapest three-course pub lunch

The Viceroy


22 Paisley Rd W, Glasgow, G51 1LB

Welcome to our family run vintage sports, entertainment bar & beer garden with world class street art

The Bellrock

4-6 Cornwall St, Street, Glasgow, G41 1AQ

The Bellrock is a traditional pub in the heart of Kinning Park, Glasgow. We offer a wide range of drinks and food, and we have a pool table and darts board for you to enjoy. We also have a beer garden for you to relax in during the summer months. We are a dog-friendly pub, so feel free to bring your furry friends along with you. We also have a function room available for hire, so if you have a special event coming up, get in touch with us to find out more.

The Kensington


408 Paisley Rd W, Glasgow, G51 1BE

We've got a great selection of beers & spirits for you to choose from. Don't forget we're the perfect place to catch all the live sport action, so come down and join us for a drink or two.

Tall Cranes


Govan, Glasgow, G51 3TB

Home of Govan Emerald C.S.C & James Connolly R.F.B. (Glasgow) No.1 Celtic Bar in Govan

Brechin's Bar


803 Govan Rd, Govan, Glasgow, G51 3DJ

Located in the Heart of Govan we are featured 9th on the Govan Heritage trail, and have been used as filming locations for such drama series as Rebus, Taggart, and new to view this year Fields of Blood. More recently we featured in the hogmanay edition of Only an Excuse, and are used continually by the National Theatre for Scotland - no too bad fur a wee guvan pub

Deoch An Dorus


427-429 Dumbarton Rd, Partick, Glasgow, G11 6DD

Partick has always been well known for its friendliness and hospitality. It used to be the final stop for the 'drovers' who came from all over the Highlands to the Glasgow cattle markets. As you can imagine, by the time they got to Partick they were footsore and weary and more than ready for a drink and a ceilidh. The pubs in Partick always had to be on top of their game as the drovers brought in a lot of business and each pub strived to be the chosen favourite.

The Three Judges


141 Dumbarton Rd, Glasgow, G11 6PR

The Three Judges is the best place for a drink in the heart of Glasgow's West End, offering everything from real ale to cider. Our passionate and knowledgeable staff are always on hand to guide you through our selection and make it a night to remember.

The Curlers Rest


256-260 Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8SH

Combining the best in Scottish pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Curlers Rest is located on Byres Road, the heart and soul of Glasgow’s cosmopolitan West End. The perfect setting for a laid-back yet distinctly memorable drinking and dining experience. Whether you’re looking for a lazy lunch, family dinner or social eats with friends, The Curlers Rest offers flavoursome food, an explorative drinks menu and an authentic, homely atmosphere to suit all occasions.

Inn Deep


445 Great Western Road, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow, G12 8HH

32 taps & great food served from neon-lit railway arches by the river. 19 guest beers & ciders on rotation, including sours & new england IPAS. check the full list on Untapped. Sober friends & designated drivers get a range of AF options & soft drinks. good dogs get biscuits. kids’ curfew is at 8pm. Food served 12pm – 8.45pm. Summer outdoor seating overlooking the kelvin, sunshine (almost) guaranteed… the most scenic stop on the Glasgow subcrawl and home to the best spoken word night in the city.

Castle Vaults

12 Clarendon Pl, Glasgow, G20 7PZ

George MacLachlan owned this pub in 1880. Brothers George and John MacLachlan owned many pubs in the city including the Castle Brewery in Maryhill and the Auchentoshan Distillery, Duntocher. They sold Castle brand Pale Ales, Imperial Stouts, Iona, Five Castle and Auchentoshan whiskies. Their headquarters were the Castle Chambers in West Regent Street. Tennent Caledonian Breweries took over the firm. This is the last surviving pub that still retains the name.

The Station Bar


55 Port Dundas Road, Cowcaddens, Glasgow, G4 0HF

Owned by three generations of the Mc Hugh family, this award winning pub is steeped in history. For more than a hundred and sixty years, we’ve been the much loved local of everyone in the neighbourhood. From members of the three emergency services (off-duty of course) and shoppers to opera singers and orchestra members all help to make this bar a cosmopolitan mix.

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