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You turn a corner and find this little haven it’s so York ,,away from the horrible new builds Manchester is now springing up everywhere in town like London no foresight most new builds look like seventy s council slums ,but this place lovely nice feeling...More
went for lunch last friday and had steak pie mash carrots and cabbage which was excellent, served promptly by lovely waitress who enquired if everything was ok - food was hot and delicious despite the pub being very busy we didnt have to wait long...More
A friend and I decided to visit the Shambles on our first trip to Manchester. It's a beautiful little area with stunning historic buildings. We visited on a Saturday night and the place was buzzing with people. A really great atmosphere. Highly recommend a visit
If you arrive in Manchester at Victoria station it likely you will pass close to the Shambles area as you head towards Deansgate and the main shopping areas. The square gets very busy as the two pubs sharing the square burg have outside drinking areas....More
This area between Selfridges and the cathedral is a great meeting place that always as a buzz. It is a stone’s throw away from Harvey Nic’s and the Arnadale Centre round the country from the Football Museum. We have eaten and drunk here over the...More
Always visit this historic pub when in Manchester and have always loved it but its not as good now. On our recent visit it was dog rough, the staff were scruffy and rough and not good at their jobs wanted to talk among themselves and...More
This is the most popular watering hole in Manchester due to it being the cheapest.This place is known as the place to meet when European football is being played in Manchester and at weekends when Premier matches are being played.Great atmosphere on match days