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quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

can u please tell me ...about 2 or 3 old pubs around deansgate area for tomorrow night ....going before we have a meal ta very much

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1. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

Deansgate is a long (nearly a mile I'd guess) straight road running through the centre of Manchester. Which bit do you mean? Where are you going for a meal, do you want somewhere close to the restaurant?

Sinclairs and The Wellington are close to one end. Pevril of the Peak and The Britons Protection are fairly close to the other end. Plenty of others at either end and near the middle!

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2. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

You can find details of the above on the link below

beerintheevening.com/pubs/…

alternatives in the middle might include the sir ralph abercrombie or the rising sun, but probably not as notable or quirky as those listed above.

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3. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

I'd choose Sinclairs too - you can have oysters there as your starter - and The Circus Tavern, a little bit further into town, near Chinatown : beerintheevening.com/pubs/…Manchester

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4. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

oh we live in oldham so i know manchester - but no the pubs - meal is near

st anns sq

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5. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

Near St. Ann's Square - then go for Sinclairs and The Wellington - about a 2 minute walk from St. Ann's Square (heading towards the big wheel, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols).

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6. Re: quirkey pubs / old pubs city center

Mulligans, compact and lively irish bar behind Kendals (near San Carlo); plenty of characters.

The Vine Inn and The City Arms, both great little city centre pubs with real ale etc, up behind the large Wetherspoons (Waterhouse), off Albert Square.

Corbieres, old favourite studentyish cellar bar near St Anne's Square (jukebox and pinball).

Sam's Chophouse, busy, great british food, good wines, near Chapel Walk and Boots store on the other side of Cross Street.

Tom's Chophouse, another Victorian style alehouse, Cross Street.

Other good drinking haunts include Bar Fringe (continental beers, quirky style), The Marble Arch (real ales, great mosaics, slopey floor) and Angel (all up on the Northern side of city), Peveril of the Peak and Briton's Protection (both behind the Bridgewater Hall).

Edited: 24 November 2010, 21:14
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