Glasgow Bar Known for 8am Breakfast Pints Closes After 37 Years

The iconic Mackinnon’s bar in Glasgow, famous for serving ‘breakfast pints’ as early as 8 am, has announced its closure after 37 years of operation. The Ross family, who have been running the establishment on Gallowgate, made the emotional decision to shut down the beloved bar that has been a staple in the city for generations.

In a heartfelt message shared on Facebook, the owners expressed their gratitude to loyal customers and friends who have supported them throughout the years. They cited health reasons as a factor in their decision to close the bar, emphasizing the importance of prioritizing well-being in life.

Fans of Mackinnon’s flooded social media with messages of sadness and nostalgia, reminiscing about the good times and fond memories they have had at the bar. Many praised the family for their warmth, hospitality, and the unique charm that made Mackinnon’s a beloved spot in Glasgow.

As the doors of Mackinnon’s close for the last time, the owners reflect on the legacy of the bar and the cherished moments shared with patrons. While the closure marks the end of an era, the Ross family expressed gratitude for the support and friendship they have received over the years, promising to hold onto the memories forever.