The Albion. Coats Street, Coatbridge. Ml5 3NX. Tel: 01236 429559.
Barbacue Bar. 109 Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge. Ml5 3HR. Tel: 01236 436030.
The Black Bear. 155 Calder Street, Coatbridge. ML5 4QN. Tel: 01236 434010.
Brady’s. 1-3 Wallace Street, Coatbridge. Ml5 4DA. Tel: 01236 606340.
Brigg Inn. 24 Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge. ML5 3DG. Tel: 01236 429001.
Bunkers. Townhead Golf Club.
Centre Point. 146-48 Main Street, Coatbridge. ML5 2DR. 01236 710535.
The Circle Bar. Coatbridge Cross.
The Clock Bar. 87 Dundyvan Road. ML5 1EA. Tel: 01236 426213.
The Corner Room. 1-3 Wallace Street, Coatbridge, Ml5 4DA. Tel: 01236 606340.
Cross Keys. 123 Sunnyside Road. ML5 3HX. Tel: 01236 606391.
Four Acres. Barrowfield Street, Coatbridge. ML5 4BU. Tel: 01236 606675.
The Gallaria. 103 Main Street, Coatbridge. ML5 3EL. Tel: 01236 423728.
Garfield Night Club. 26 Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge. ML5 3DG. Tel: 01236 425020.
Memory Lane. 181 Main Street, Coatbridge. ML5 3HH. Tel: 01236 606010.
The Mint. 16 Academy Street, Coatbridge. ML5 3AU. Tel;: 01236 441191.
The Monkland Inn. woodside Street, Coatbridge. ML5 5NP. Tel: 01236 424166.
Morgans. 54 Main Street, Glenboig. ML5 2QT. Tel: 01236 870450.
Odin. 7 Russellcolt Street, Coatbridge. ML5 2BN. Tel: 01236 449400.
The Park View. 189 Bank Street, Coatbridge. ML5 1HA. Tel: 01236 606800.
Railway Inn. 109 Sunnyside Road, Coatbridge. ML5 3HR. Tel: 01236 437986.
Rielly O’ Boyle’s. Old Monkland Road, Coatbridge. ML5 5EA. Tel: 01236 606391.
Skruffy Murphy’s. 121-123 Whittington Street, Coatbridge. ML5 3AD. Tel: 01236 435222.
Silky Bar. 2 Mitchell Street, Coatbridge. ML5 5RT. Tel: 01236 606043.
Wishing Well. 244 Whifflet Street, Coatbridge. ML5 4RX. Tel: 01236 420073.
Yogis Bar. 2 Mitchell Street, Coatbridge. ML5 5RT. Tel: 01236 607025.
The Monkland Inn was opened in April 1960 and was the first pub to be built in Coatbridge since before the 2nd World War.
Mr & Mrs Waterman. 1951.
In 1951 Alexander Waterson, 118 Main Street, Coatbridge, married Miss Whitehill. The pub was formerly owned by his father.
In 1898 Robert Crozier, Dundyvan Road, owned the Circle Bar, 2-4 Main Street, Coarbidge and a licensed grocers business at 142 Bank Street.
In 1899 publican Connell Molloy sold his pub in Coatbridge and then acquired the Cross Keys in Milngavie, licensed grocers business in Main Street, Milngavie and a licensed grocers in old Maryhill.
In 1902 John Duncan owned premises at 30 Main Street, Coatbridge, he was also a member of the Defence Association.
In 1904 James Creig owned licensed premises at 53-55 Coatbridge Street.
In 1915 Adam Lilly died a well known publican in Coatbridge. Do you know for him? If so please get in touch.
In 1926 a pub went up for sale at 27-29 Calder Street, Whifflet. Assessed rental of £56 5 shillings, licence duty £24 12 shillings.
Forgotten Law in Coatbridge.
A forgotten law was quoted at Coatbridge Confirmation Court when objections were made to the granting of a new public house certificate (provisional) for premises to be sited at the junction of Blair Road and Gartsherrie Road Coatbridge in 1962.
The applicant was Mr D. B. Miller.
Rev. E. A. H. Sawers, minister of Townhead Parish Church, in opposing the confirmation of the licence, said that under an Act passed in 1924 Coatbridge voted to limit the number of licences in the First Ward to 10. There were already nine public houses, one off-sale licence and one hotel.
He based his objections on the 1924 limiting resolution in terms of the Temperance Scotland Act, 1913, now re-enacted in the Licensing Scotland Act 1959, which was passed in relation to the First Ward. He claimed that the ruling stated that even if the boundary of the ward was to be altered, the Act was still competent.
Mr Sawers added that if he had had the information in hand at the time of the sitting of Coatbridge Licensing Court he would have presented the full facts to the court, but he had some points to check with the Town Clerk.
Mr Campbell Denholm, for the applicant, said he had not heard of the licensing law stated by Mr Sawers nor had he seen a letter alleged to have been written by the Town Clerk, Mr Louis A. Runciman, to Mr Sawers.
Bailie Edward J. Dewdalls said he felt that the matter should be clarified before they proceeded any further and the Court would give its decision at an adjourned sitting.