HOURS OF OPERATION:
McCullough's is a Scottish-style pub for 18+ members with an upbeat vibe and a friendly welcome. A place where members can feel at home, enjoy a relaxing beverage and casual style pub fare while watching the game on tv or enjoying a game of pool. We look forward to seeing many of members enjoying this much anticipated venue!
Seating in McCullough’s will be limited to allow for physical distancing between tables. Tables will be marked as sanitized when open for seating.
If we are at capacity when you arrive, please wait in line in the hallway and follow signage for physical distancing.
Please wear a mask when entering, moving around, and exiting McCullough's. Masks can be removed when at your table.
Food is not permitted while playing pool. Please collect pre-sanitized balls from the bar. The pool table and pool cues will be sanitized between uses. When finished your game, please return your balls to the bar to be sanitized.
MENU & SPECIALS
We are pleased to share the new menu for McCullough's complete with familiar favourites and exciting new items. Our drink list includes 4 new draught beers as well as a seasonal rotational tap, alongside our popular cocktails and a selection of wine offerings.
Please note, we are creating unique dining experiences in all our outlets and they no longer share a kitchen. As such, members will not be able to dine on Argyle or Café items in McCullough’s and vice versa. If you would like your favourite dish, please visit the outlet where it is offered.
Enjoy 50% OFF selected bottles of wine every Wednesday!
Enjoy drink specials every Monday - Friday from 3 – 6 pm.
Enjoy 50% OFF wings every Tuesday! Wing Night is exclusive to McCullough's only.
The Story Behind The Name
In 1912, the Calgary Skating Club was formed which cultivated the growing interests of figure skating in the city. With Calgary’s erratic climate, by 1921, members of this Club were working on plans for an indoor rink. This dream quickly grew among the enthusiastic group and the concept was expanded to become one of Western Canada’s first family and recreational sports clubs.
One of the most active members of the Calgary Skating Club, E.A (Ernie) McCullough became the catalyst that brought skaters, bowlers, curlers, badminton and tennis players all together under one roof. He was the chairman of the committee which started The Glencoe Club in 1929-1930 and became our first president in March 1931.
That August, this group of spectacularly ambitious Calgarians witnessed the sod turning ceremony for The Glencoe Club and opened its doors just 3 months later on November 16, 1931.