good pubs in manchester

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30/07/2009 at 07:54
Bishops Baize especially between 12 & 2.50pm on a match day
30/07/2009 at 12:14
I like corbieres in the centre, mainly for the jukebox and atmosphere.  But all the other suggestions are good too.
30/07/2009 at 12:15
Sandbar
30/07/2009 at 12:19
Is Dukes still going? hapy times there getting lego'd before walking down Deansgate to the fleshpots.
Double 0    pirate
30/07/2009 at 12:28

Corbieres is great. I love Kro bar on oxford road might be a bit poncy for your liking.

30/07/2009 at 12:31

Samuel Platt's on Salford Quays.

30/07/2009 at 16:03
a lot of pubs for me to go to happy days
30/07/2009 at 17:24

Hi,

First of all you are not from the land of the pub...you are going to it!

Assuming you are looking for real ales I would recommend the following, in no particular order, apart from bracketing them in terms of locality:

Near Town Hall:
City Arms
The Circus Tavern (Portland Street). Don't take the cat...no room to swing it.
Almost next door, The Old Grey Horse

Near Briton's Protection is The Peveril of the Peak (bright green tiles outside). Over the road is Rain Bar.

Others of note are the Marble Arch (on the way out of the city on Rochdale Road. Jolly Angler and Crown and Kettle..both near Norther Quarter. 

Where are you staying? Best runs from in town are along the canal...run towards Old Trafford.  

Enjoy, and let us know what you get up to! 

Farnie    pirate
30/07/2009 at 18:02
and when you are going so we can all gatecrash 
30/07/2009 at 20:44

thanks for the info alehouse

and i will drink anything and hope manchester is the land of the pub

i am staying at the copthorne hotel in salford quays

farnie i am coming up tomorrow 7am start so i will be in manchester at 11am I HOPE.so you can all gatecrash.

if any of you are out you will know who i am by the way a talk i will stand out by a mile

30/07/2009 at 21:03

When I was a teenager, I once tried a pub crawl from one end of the main road to the other (Bury New Rd at junction 17 to where it splits into Radcliffe New Rd)

Junction
Beehive
Mason's Arms (Now Slattery's cake shop)
Red Lion or King can't remember
Wheat Sheaf
Bull's Head
Church

 I think there was another one along there, as well as the Eagle & Child on Higher Lane. This is in about a mile & 1/4. The last time I was in the Bull's Head, me & Mr K won the quiz (gallon of beer), then picked the lucky key in their accumulator game and walked out with £350. We were lucky to escape alive.

30/07/2009 at 21:58
Don't think there is much in the way of drinking holes around the Copthorne, but usually get the odd celeb I believe. Quite good for running around the Quays or along the canal. And not far to nip to worship at either of the Old Traffords. Might be worth a pint in the Bishop Blaize whilst you're there.
H.
31/07/2009 at 20:03
Bloody hell you lot...now I'm missing Manc too.  Good news is I'll be there for a visit next week.  Will try and hit a couple of pubs... but not before I've spent a small mortgage in Topshop
31/07/2009 at 20:27
I used to go to a downstairs bar in the block on Piccadilly opposite what used to be Saturday's - can't remember its name now - anyone know?
Farnie    pirate
31/07/2009 at 20:30

LOL H, you mean Primark

SAVE THE SALE HOTEL!!!!

H.
01/08/2009 at 10:47
Don't get me started on that one Farnie!
07/08/2009 at 12:25
So, how was it in Manchester? Where did you get to, and what did you think?

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