Renfield Street, Glasgow.
The Pacific Bar was situated at the corner of Renfield Street and Bath Street and was a short lived venture as the tenement building was demolished a few years later.
A self-service restaurant with a bar was another addition to the growing number of licensed eating places in the city. Accommodation was provided for around 130 diners. The decor of the dinning area conveys the atmosphere of a Pacific island. The central piece, a wide circle in the flamingo pink ceiling was lit by fluorescent lamps to create the impression of a blue, velvety sky and edged with a copper band, finished by a border of thick hemp rope.
From the centre comes a column, painted with gay and abstract design. Suspended from the upper parts of the column were half a dozen yard long lanterns in rice paper.
Down the middle of the restaurant was a trough of exotic flowers lined with rush marring. A mottled blue carpet went under each table.
This new venture as well as the adjacent Princes and Cocacabana was being managed by Reo Stakis, Glasgow restaurateur for Scottish Brewers Ltd.