Famed Finnieston Hebridean hostelry The Park Bar hits the market

A west end institution ‘serving the drouthy residents of Glasgow, tourists, and the wider Gaelic community’, The Park Bar in Finnieston, is now on the market, offering a great opportunity to take charge of a well-established and successful business.

The Park Bar is being marketed by Graham + Sibbald, which described it as ‘a true gem offering a charming turn-key operation, benefitting from a healthy balance of tourist trade mixed with local clientele’.

The pub has a large open plan bar seating area on the ground floor, said to have ‘a warm welcoming atmosphere’ blending traditional features with modern fixtures and fittings, a wraparound bar, and a fully fitted commercial kitchen. It also benefits from the large footfall offered by the popular Finnieston drag.

Current leaseholder Nina Steele said: “It has been a privilege to run The Park Bar over the last 30 odd years. The Park plays a special role not only in the local community but also within Gaeldom and with followers of traditional Ceilidh music. Thank you to all our fantastic customers, we have made many friends from all over the world.”

Graham + Sibbald’s licensed trade and business agent, Martin Sutherland, added: “We are delighted to be marketing the The Park Bar in Glasgow. This pub is an institution in the West End that already has an established reputation and client base.”

G + S are inviting £75,000 per annum for the leasehold interest, and seeking an ingoing premium of £225,000.