A GLASGOW bar will close at the end of the month after three years in business.

The New York-inspired 63rd+1st will shut the doors of its Bothwell Street venue after a drop in footfall.

The bar opened in September 2021 and it was a project by TGI Fridays owner Hostmore, who said its sales have waned this year.

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This closure in Glasgow follows three other venues in Cobham, Harrogate and Edinburgh being shut down.

The brand was launched in 2021 and took inspiration from TGI Fridays with a New York-influenced food and cocktails menu.

Hostmore, which has 85 TGI Fridays venues in the UK, said getting rid of the brand would boost its earnings in the future.