5 West Campbell Street, Glasgow. G2 6QQ. Demolished.
The City Rendezvous. 1991.
This old pub was established in 1854 owned by John Caldwell.
In 1899 Thomas Kirkham occupied the premises paying an annul rent of £95.00, he also owned a pub in Ingram Street. When Mr E J McMonagle took over the pub he renamed it The City Rendezvous he owned a pub in the south side of the city called the Rendezvous, 311 Eglinton Street. The last licensee was Kathleen, it’s sad to see this old favourite is now demolished like many of the old pubs in this part of the city.
This old pub was also known as the Flowing Bowl.
Also see Brandon Bar.
1991-1964 Kathleen McMonagle.
1950 Improved Public Houses Scotland Ltd.
1937 George F Todd.
1930-1908 Owen McCabe.
1899 Thomas George Kirkham.
1890-1880 George Henderson.
1870-1865 John Whitehead.
1855 James McMenemy.
1854 John Caldwell.
Do you remember this old Pub? If so please leave a comment.