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walk in and stick up two fingers and . say‘I‘m here.‘IfI’mintownI

sometimes go to the Press Bar with

2 people from the Herald it‘s run by

' o Curiosity Killed the Cat at


lemonade bottles. gifts for

some lovely people and Babbity Bowsters. which has a sort of raffish air.

I hate the theatre. although I like actors and I‘m writing a play just now.I get embarrassed in case they forget their lines. Although I was really involved in the cinema when I was a student and started all sorts of societies at Edinburgh, 1 don‘t care for the pictures now the films are usually terrible anyway. I‘m not really the culture type either. Although I live only 6 or 7 minutes away from the Burrell. I‘ve never been. Museums don’t mean anything unless they‘ve got something relevant to today. One of my favourite places though is the library in Pollok House. It‘s beautiful. A man could write a novel in that room. And they let people walk round it. If it was mine I wouldn’t let

a soul within a mile of it! I don’t have a favourite part of Glasgow, it’s all magnificent. All you have to do is look around you. The architects in those days didn‘t care about ‘making things fit‘ they just indulged themselves. not caring what was next door and the result is wonderful. I know that the council spend money on working people‘s houses, which is fair enough. but I wish they would do something about places like the Park Area and Hillhead and Kelvinside, which are terribly seedy, instead of concentrating on The

Merchant City.

It seems that all I do is go to pubs, but you’d better say how I play tennis every day I do something that‘s good for me. Really Glasgow is 3 restaurants in the world. Furnished from the Queen Mary and decorated in Art Deco Style. A must at least once in your life.

0 The Colonial 25 High Street. Unprepossessing to look at, but a high standard of French cooking.

0 La Lanterna 35 Hope Street. An

old-fashioned Italian restaurant with a fine reputation.

O Shenaz 53 Berkely Street. Not one of the better known Indians in town. but certainly one of the best a refreshing change to your average curry shop.

0 Glasgow Art Club 185 Bath Street. Members and guests only.

0 The Press Bar Albion Street. Favourite haunt of thirsty journos from the Herald/Times offices next doon

0 Babblty Bowster Blackfn'ars Street. A cafe/bar/hoteI/restaurant/gallery. Opened less than a year, but has become such a part of Glasgow it could have been there for many more.

0 Pollolt House Part of the Pollok Estate and ex-home of the Maxwell family. Beautifully tasteful furnishings and above average art collection.

0 The Park Area Overlooking Kelvingrove Park. Described as the best example of urban planning in the world it is now, unfortunately,

largely offices. I O Hillhead ‘Yuppiesville every city has one; students, ex-students and those who like to associate with such. 0 Kelvinslde Glasgow’s Morningside

and with the same affected accent. cafe society, but we do 1t1n pubs. I

know we drink too much, but I think that will change.

0 Heraghty’s Bar 708 Polloltshaws Road. A traditional Glasgow bar- good beer and conversation.

0 The Granary 10 Kilmarnock Road. A bar/diner and one of the South Side‘s most popular meeting places. Good food and a stuffed

Ostrich. . .or Emu?

O The Hall 160 Woodlands Road. The most curiously mixed clientele in Glasgow. Live music in lounge.

0 The Buttery 652 Argyle Street. Much vaunted and a bit expensive for casual visits— greatly loved by media people.

0 Rogano's Royal Exchange Place. One of the most famous seafood




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