Glasgow residents have been left “gutted” after a popular city centre bar announced that Saturday evening had been its “last day of partying”.
Slug and Lettuce, a chain which operates across the UK, first opened on St Vincent Street in 2015.
It swiftly became a popular choice for boozy brunches, drink deals, hen parties and more – however, on Saturday it was announced the bar would be closing immediately.
A social media post read: “It’s nearly time to say a goodbye from us.
“Today is our last day of partying and we want to thank you for all of the fabulous memories we have made together.
“We have loved dancing with you, hosting your celebrations and welcoming you for a catch-up but all good things must come to and end.
“Now, let’s cheers to our last day and we hope to see you.”
Regulars took to the comments expressing their shock and sadness at the announcement, with one saying: “Absolutely gutted, there go our boozy brunches!”
Others raised concerns over refunds, with one saying she had been trying to get in touch with the chain for three weeks about a deposit she had put down for February – and been ignored.
An email sent via the Slug and Lettuce mailing list on Monday confirmed that the bar is now permanently shut, saying: “Goodbye is never easy. We are sad to share that we are now closed.
“Glasgow, you have been a dream to party with.”