The Louden: Saturday

Robert Marshall

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The Louden will be open this Saturday from 11 am for the League match against Livingston,
The Louden is easily accessible from the City Centre and West End.
For anyone who is fed up waiting on queues from 1.30 pm onwards from Buchanan Street, St Enoch's or Partick, why not come over early and take advantage of our Beer Garden, a lot of which is covered and heated.
Renowned for our quick service and hospitality.
We will have our usual free food, Pies. Hot Dogs and Cheese and Ham Rolls.
The Louden is a strickly 18 and over Venue.
 

Bar72loyal

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The Louden will be open this Saturday from 11 am for the League match against Livingston,
The Louden is easily accessible from the City Centre and West End.
For anyone who is fed up waiting on queues from 1.30 pm onwards from Buchanan Street, St Enoch's or Partick, why not come over early and take advantage of our Beer Garden, a lot of which is covered and heated.
Renowned for our quick service and hospitality.
We will have our usual free food, Pies. Hot Dogs and Cheese and Ham Rolls.
The Louden is a strickly 18 and over Venue.
First post- al take a turn in past @Robert Marshall grab a pint or two pal see you saturday pal
 

Oduwa

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Official Ticketer
Do you have a Plan B to stop 17 year olds with fake i.d. who try to break the strick rules?
 

Ranger37

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Official Ticketer
I think your pub is excellent.

Can I ask if you will be allowing Elite to park thier portacabin outside, assuming you have a say in the matter?
 

TibbsyBear

Well-Known Member
The Louden will be open this Saturday from 11 am for the League match against Livingston,
The Louden is easily accessible from the City Centre and West End.
For anyone who is fed up waiting on queues from 1.30 pm onwards from Buchanan Street, St Enoch's or Partick, why not come over early and take advantage of our Beer Garden, a lot of which is covered and heated.
Renowned for our quick service and hospitality.
We will have our usual free food, Pies. Hot Dogs and Cheese and Ham Rolls.
The Louden is a strickly 18 and over Venue.
Is there condiments for the complimentary food?

You can stick your free hotdogs up your arse if there’s no mustard.
 

Robert Marshall

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Wasn’t trying to put you down on the spot but obviously there are guys like yourself that are privy to information on grey areas like this that the man on the street first hear.

appreciate the reply
I cannot say anything in private or public about anything to do with this, I am sure people can read between the lines
 
The Louden will be open this Saturday from 11 am for the League match against Livingston,
The Louden is easily accessible from the City Centre and West End.
For anyone who is fed up waiting on queues from 1.30 pm onwards from Buchanan Street, St Enoch's or Partick, why not come over early and take advantage of our Beer Garden, a lot of which is covered and heated.
Renowned for our quick service and hospitality.
We will have our usual free food, Pies. Hot Dogs and Cheese and Ham Rolls.
The Louden is a strickly 18 and over Venue.
We’re in hospitality tomorrow so will be in sharp for a couple of pints.
 

The Goalie

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The thing about 'reading between the lines' means no comment
The thing about 'reading between the lines' came a while after my original comment. My original comment is what is the Louden Tavern's say on the Elite cabin outside the pub. The LT were very happy to promote this arrangement last year. AFAIK there is no live court case re - the LT versus Elite???

That was my original question.
 

choppy72

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Looking forward to my lad (15) getting to the legal drinking age so we can get in.

Looks cracking boozer based on walking by outside.

Used to go into the old Stadium bar in the early Souness years (before it was a slop house) when in teens myself and have cracking memories of the sing alongs.
 

The Goalie

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Looking forward to my lad (15) getting to the legal drinking age so we can get in.

Looks cracking boozer based on walking by outside.

Used to go into the old Stadium bar in the early Souness years (before it was a slop house) when in teens myself and have cracking memories of the sing alongs.
It is a cracking boozer.

the difference from the stadium bar slophouse is night and day.

I'm not a fan of Carling, but the pint of Carling in the LT is the best pint of Carling i have tasted.

their pies are no too bad either!
 

Ranger37

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Official Ticketer
The thing about 'reading between the lines' came a while after my original comment. My original comment is what is the Louden Tavern's say on the Elite cabin outside the pub. The LT were very happy to promote this arrangement last year. AFAIK there is no live court case re - the LT versus Elite???

That was my original question.
Yeh I think wires are crossed.

this was my original question also. Is it he land yours to have a say? And if so will you allow them to use this land?
 
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