Sauchiehall Street

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Anonymous
2 đóng góp
thg 1 năm 2022 • Bạn bè
Staff (especially manager) were very rude and asked me and one of my friends to leave our friends birthday for wearing flares! Manager did not even say it in a nice way at all! Told me and my friend to leave and changed, yet we live in the south side, so it is not easy to get home from town.
Đã viết vào 12 tháng 1, 2022
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Malgorzata
10.676 đóng góp
thg 11 năm 2019
Sauchiehall Street is probably Glasgow's most famous thoroughfare. Originally, it was a winding, narrow lane, with villas standing in gardens. It was widened in 1846 . Now it is a mile-long, broad street, running from Buchanan Street in the east to Kelvingrove and the Museum and Art Galleries in the west. It’s a long street by Glasgow standards and was renowned for its department stores, hotels, cinemas, restaurants and tearooms as well as art galleries and a range of smaller businesses. Sauchiehall Street always had a good number of tearooms. The most famous was Willow Tea-Rooms. The premises were designed by the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. On Sauchiehall you can also find the Art Deco style Beresford Hotel, was built in 1938 for the Empire Exhibition. Worth the walk.
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david c
25 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2020 • Một mình
Shame on you Glasgow ....one of Scotland's most famous streets has become an embarrassment. How fa can it decline?
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PookyCake
Victoria, Canada12.346 đóng góp
thg 2 năm 2020
Sauchiehall Street carries with it a fairly storied history. In its heyday, the street was primarily known for its eclectic array of shops, clubs, hotels and quality entertainment venues. The Glasgow Empire Theatre, which operated from 1897 to 1963, for example, played host to such worthies as Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope; this, to me, seems to have helped nudge Sauchiehall’s reputation into that of one of Glasgow’s favourite nightlife spots. After all, who could resist the crude humour of Bob Hope, especially when washed down with a few pints of spirits? It certainly makes for a fun night! And while tastes have certainly evolved over the last 60 years, Sauchiehall Street has managed to maintain its reputation as a hub for the nightlife (think “The Garage”).

During my 2-day whirlwind tour of Glasgow, I came upon Sauchiehall Street while in search of the “Crazy Cat Lady” mural, which is part of the city’s fabled Mural Trail. While I ambled about one of Glasgow’s longest streets, I did note many references as to why it is apparently so popular: There is indeed a plethora of shops to be had; there are a great many restaurants to indulge, including everything from quality Japanese cuisine to your standard large MNCs like KFC and Subway; there are a number of coffee shops readily at hand, including independent and chain-operated units; and, of course, a number of touristy shops as well. To my mind, though, I didn’t notice anything here – shop-wise – of particular note. There were a number of empty storefronts and, to be blunt, parts of Sauchiehall were looking a little rough; however, I would attribute at least some of this to remnants of the fire experienced a couple of years ago. Still, I find myself agreeing with The Guardian newspaper, which recently said the empty stores make Sauchiehall Street “look like the retail equivalent of a pensioner’s grin.” It’s kind of harsh, but also true!

That said, I do think Sauchiehall Street holds much more than mere historic value. Like much of Glasgow, Sauchiehall is a portal unto culture in its broadest sense. The architecture, like the street itself, is eclectic fun – mixing the Victorian era with that of the modern. For example, the Charing Cross Mansions provide a stunning contrast to the more contemporary buildings on the same street. Likewise, Watt Brothers – a department store in operation for over 100 years – offers a different style and ambiance versus its more modern and bland competitors. With respect to the arts, Sauchiehall Street maintains this unique mix: The Centre for Contemporary Arts + Mural Trail hint at the ongoing revitalization of Sauchiehall Street, ensuring it maintains its key role as part of the so-called “Golden Z.”

I suppose if you’re in town to do some shopping, Sauchiehall Street may hold some allure, but I’d argue that Buchanan Street is just as good in this regard, if not better. Pre-COVID, the nightlife might’ve been attractive, but that’ll be on hold for who knows how long. Finally, while there are some interesting culture spots in and around the area, I’m not sure they’re worth going out of your way for?
Đã viết vào 8 tháng 9, 2020
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City M
3 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2020 • Một mình
Dirty and in disrepair. It has taken a nose dive since the lockdown and is FULL of homeless and filth on the streets. Lots of shops have shut down.
Local people are ones to avoid (they glare at you in a zombie fashion) which makes it a place to NOT go shopping in, shame as it has a lot of shops. Stressful, noisy and polluted at the best of times. Parking is expensive every single day of the week too.
Some ok restaurants but quality of food is overall pretty poor.
Go to Edinburgh for a totally different and better quality shopping experience!
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johnhouston2
Knaresborough, UK4.178 đóng góp
thg 7 năm 2020
Originally named Saughie-haugh Road after the willow meadow on which it was built (saughie haugh is Scots for willow meadow), Sauchiehall Street is a name synonymous with Glasgow and known throughout the world.

As a child visiting Glasgow with my parents in the 1950s it was a bustling place well known for its fancy department stores, restaurants, tearooms and hotels and was no doubt considered the heart of the city.

Those days seem long gone however and, other than to say that you have visited this famous street, there is nothing here that warrants much attention. The area near the top of Buchanan Street is simply an archetypical modern shopping area and, to be blunt, you only have to go a hundred yards or so to the west for it to turn into a bit of a dump.
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sarhirs
2 đóng góp
thg 12 năm 2019
great place for shoping, a place where you can find everything food cloths all mark close to transportations.
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Lula_Becker
Brasilia, DF4.710 đóng góp
thg 9 năm 2019
Rua boa para caminhar, com lojas, lanchonetes e restaurantes pelo caminho. Se diferencia das demais por ser um bulevar, isto é, ter árvores em todo seu trajeto.
Đã viết vào 27 tháng 12, 2019
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david n
Manchester, UK3.610 đóng góp
thg 12 năm 2019
Starts from the top of Buchanan Street and then goes out of the city. We got as far as Waterstones (which has a great art department by the way) and then turned back as there was little of note.
Đã viết vào 19 tháng 12, 2019
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ch00chter
Buchlyvie, UK406 đóng góp
thg 11 năm 2019 • Cặp đôi
Once you get past the Buchanan Street end it goes downhill fast, loads of litter, beggars etc which is unfortunate as it could be that much better given that there is very little traffic allowed on it
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