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Serving

For curious locals & commuters, The Cran’ is a destination to discover an atmosphere of local artisan flavours with healthy treats and a small area for sitting in. We are a tight collective of talented makers.

VEGETARIAN / VEGAN / GLUTEN FREE
friendly options

Something Brewed
Speciality Coffee / Loose Leaf Teas / Homemade Hot Chocolate

Faceplant Foods
Vegan Friendly / Soups / Stews / Curries / Main Dishes

In House
Salads / Sandwiches / Grilled Cheese

A Selection of Offerings from  Local Artisanal Traders
/ Uber Bars / Big Bear Bakery / Bavarian Bakehouse /
/ Laurianne’s Raw Cakes / Mrs Unis Spicy Food


/ Our Menu changes regularly /

Please check our Instagram Story for today’s offerings

January Menu Sit In

Whats New

ARTS FESTIVAL 2017

Glasgow Open House Arts is a small, not-for-profit group which celebrates Glasgow’s vibrant, insightful and industrious culture. We do this by inviting it’s residents to present art, music, and performance in their homes, at our biennial Arts Festival!

The Cran’ presents | ODDERRA

Come and immerse with a 15 min performance daily 1pm & 5pm, April 28th – May 1st. VENUE 30

 

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Trading

We have a rotating door of creative businesses showcasing their wears in The Cran.

January  Traders:

Rip It Up – Vintage Clothing

Feb 02 – Feb 09

https://www.facebook.com/events/144097989573814/

Previous traders have included:

/ Red Apple Handmade – Eco Resin Jewellery / Rip It Up – Vintage Clothing / Open House Studio – Ceramics /
/ Open Sesame – Homewares / Uptown Squirell – accessories & stationary / Edison – Contemporary Fashion /

If you have a creative business looking to showcase your wares, please get in touch
info@thecran.co.uk

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About

The story begins around 1855, Finnieston House was established to serve people of the Finnieston Cross area.

Records show in 1924 it was a hatter & hosier shop by William Bennett. Through its trading links serving the forging hands of Glasgow’s industrial ship building communities, today we see a reincarnation of the space.

In 2017, it is now re:enlightened as The Cran’ a trading pop up venue for artisans, artists, micro businesses and hand crafters wishing to exhibit, express, showcase and sell their wares.

The space has been up-cycled by a boy who once stood on its deck serving by the side of his late father. The Cran’ has been transformed into a quirky wee step back in time retreat that reveals its journey through its peeled back industrial chic restoration.