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*'''The Saracen Head''' [http://www.saracenhead.com/] (''209 Gallowgate – near Glasgow Cross'') – nicknamed the “Sarry Heid” by locals, this old school pub (began in 1755, although in a different building) lies at the gateway to the Barrowlands area and the East End.  Like all pubs in the area it becomes an exclusive haunt of Celtic fans on match days, and gets very rowdy.
 
*'''The Saracen Head''' [http://www.saracenhead.com/] (''209 Gallowgate – near Glasgow Cross'') – nicknamed the “Sarry Heid” by locals, this old school pub (began in 1755, although in a different building) lies at the gateway to the Barrowlands area and the East End.  Like all pubs in the area it becomes an exclusive haunt of Celtic fans on match days, and gets very rowdy.
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*'''Failte''' (''St Vincent Street; nearest railway: Glasgow Central'') - independent Irish themed pub and a good place to have a banter with the locals.  Like most Irish themed pubs in the city, it gets impossibly crowded on Celtic match days. Sadly closed in 2016.
  
 
*'''The Scotia Bar''' [http://www.scotiabar.net/] (''Stockwell  Street'') One of Glasgow's oldest bars (established 1792). Famous for its folk music and 'traditional' ambiance.
 
*'''The Scotia Bar''' [http://www.scotiabar.net/] (''Stockwell  Street'') One of Glasgow's oldest bars (established 1792). Famous for its folk music and 'traditional' ambiance.

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