|About||The Kirkgate Bar: a small, friendly bar with excellent atmosphere situated in Aberdeen city centre.|
On the site of the Kirkgate bar, there has been a public house for over 200 years. It is situated a 2 minute walk from the main thoroughfare, Union Street, just next to Marischal College (used by the council since 2011), the second biggest granite building in the world.
As a result of it's extensive history, the set up is very traditional in appearance with a hardwood bar and gantry, which holds an extensive range of whiskeys and gins to sample. There are three screens positioned throughout the bar showing all manner of sport.
Monday night is a particualry busy night with the local darts teams competing in the league. A high quality performance can alsways be viewed as pocal pub teams fight it out. Saturday is another busy day as a result Aberdeen FC games. There is regularly a bus put on for home games at the nearby Pittodrie stadium for patrons of the Kirkgate to take then to and from the match. Post match discussions are always necessary when following the ups and downs of the Dons
The pub is co-owned by Colin Cameron and Neil Fotheringham, who also own the Bridge Bar in the city. There is a very welcoming and relaxed atmosphere within the Kirkgate, created by both the staff and the locals.
Come and visit one of Aberdeen's friendliest bars and try one of the best poured pints in the city.
The following special offers run during the week:
Pint of Tennents and all 330ml bottles: £2.50
All other pints: £3
All week we have special pensioner prices:
All pints: £2.70
Half a pint and a nip: £2.70