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Popular Glasgow bar celebrates first birthday with amazing giveaway

If you fancy a free lunch this week then head down to Maggie May's in Glasgow for a celebratory burger

Published: May 8, 2018
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Maggie May's in Glasgow's Trongate is set to giveaway burgers to their first 300 customers this Thursday (10th May) to celebrate their one year anniversary.

The bar will open from 12pm and the lucky customers can enjoy a free burger from the Maggie's Buns menu.

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Picture: Maggie's Buns, supplied

These include the Mac Maggie, a beef burger smothered in Maggie’s homemade mac n cheese with crispy maple glazed bacon; Trongate Rager, a Southern fried chicken burger topped with jalapeno poppers and Arran Cheese, doused in Sriracha and peanut butter sauce; The Sabbath,a beef burger topped with black pudding and creamy blue cheese and the Dirty Veggie; a wedge of Halloumi topped with salsa and avocado.

There's also a vegan option - the Hail Seitan, a Seitan patty topped with spicy onion rings, salsa and chimichurri sauce served on a toasted roll .

Diner will have 30 minutes to enjoy their free lunch before paying up for any drinks or sides ordered.

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General Manager of Maggie’s, Helen Payne said: “Last year’s free burger day was brilliant so we’re really excited to be bringing it  back again this year.

"It’s a great way to check out our awesome Maggie’s Buns menu – we’ll have the music cranked up from midday and free burgers on the go – make sure you get here early!”

Last year Maggie May's underwent a £400k refurb, to reveal an amped up new look with loads of comfy booths and long tables, new décor and lighting - all tying in the bar’s rock ‘n’ roll history.

The restaurant was also launched at this time, with a menu specialising in burgers, buns and pub favourites. 

Maggie’s is open till 3am every night with live bands seven nights a week and all major sports shown across the big screens.  

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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