Pubs and Bars in Manchester
Variety is the word that sums up Manchester's pub and bar scene. From cool, cutting-edge hangouts to homely, relaxed venues; the city caters to all tastes.
The list of timeless, old school Manchester boozers is a long one.
You’ll find plenty of classic drinking dens where you can get a great pint of real ale and soak up a little nostalgia without the dangers of weak lager, alcopops and ridiculously big TVs everywhere.
Whether you're visiting in the daytime for a bite to eat, having a Happy Hour drink or want to dance your heart out into the early hours, Tiger Tiger is ideal. With a food and drink range brimming with variety and entertainment to get even the most subdued person going, it is the place to be, day or night.
This intimate cocktail bar is the perfect stop for after-work drinks, a cozy evening with friends or the start to a big night on the town. The interior is a combination of ethnic and earthy materials, with exposed brick and warm hues .
Listed in the Good Pub Guide 2019, the Ape and Apple is a large open plan Manchester city centre pub on John Dalton Street. The Ape and Apple serves a range of well priced beers, plus guest ales and a super Gin & Rum menu. The pub also has a great food menu to tuck into with deals throughout the week.