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Contact Us
Tel: 0141 942 6752 Email: theinn@maclay.co.uk
Address
The Inn
Station Road Bearsden G61 4AN
Opening Hours
Mon - Thurs 10am - Midnight Fri 10am - 1am Sat 10am - Midnight Sun 12:30pm - Midnight
Children Service Hours
Families are welcome to dine until 8pm (10pm if attending a function in our private dining room.)
Food Service Hours
Monday - Sunday 12 - 9pm

What's On

Live Sport

All major sporting events live on the big screens!

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Quiz Night

Think you're clever do you? Compete against the best in the bar and test those little grey cells...

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Fuctions & Events

Book your next meeting, celebration or party here...

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Special Offers

Dine Out_B

Enjoy our Winter Fixed Price Dine Out Menu...

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The Inn

The Inn, Bearsden, is a stylish bar serving first class drinks and delicious food in a beautifully styled, contemporary setting. You can't miss it- it is located in the striking old train station building next to Bearsden Station. The Inn is bright, spacious & inviting making it the perfect place to eat near Glasgow.

The Inn is the perfect place to stop for a quick coffee and a muffin before catching a train. Free Wi-Fi is available for business users on the go. Or slow things down with a meal with the family.

Together with first-rate drinks and regular events including a DJ on a Friday and a weekly quiz, The Inn is the place to be if you're looking for somewhere to go around the town with an energetic vibe not found in other Bearsden restaurants.

If you are looking for a stylish venue to host a birthday party, family meal or corporate dinner then The Inn, Bearsden is the venue for you. Our upstairs restaurant area can holds up to 50 seated diners with set menus available on request.

Highlights...

  • Families Welcome
  • Bookable function/dining area for private parties (upstairs@ the inn)
  • Free Wi-fi
  • Live sports shown on our big screen TVs
  • Right next to Bearsden train station
  • Close to the centre of Bearsden