Micro Bar, Manchester - pub details
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|Not sure about the new layout of this bar as it seems to encourage bar hogging which was evident yesterday or maybe they were trying to chat the girl up behind the bar. One the plus note the bosses of the and ale have listened and took the misted film of the windows.|
Caskales - 6 Mar 2015 10:22
|The bar has recently been updtated. This WAS one of the best bars in Manchester till they changed the staff. I have now seen them insult customers twice for bringing back below par beer. Avoid like the plague 1/10.|
EdgarBriggsMI5 - 11 Feb 2015 16:39
|What have Manchester arndale centre done??? They have made what made people want to sample the beer in this place as they walked past in surprise to misting out the windows and shutting it off because some liberal has moaned about seeing people drinking. Such a shame.|
Caskales - 4 Oct 2014 12:05
|I love the Micro Bar. Who would have thought such a place existed in the Arndale? |
They have a nice selection of local beers on tap and a fantastic array of bottled beers and glasses you can buy to take home.
They also have Anchor beers on tap which is nice, we tried the Anchor Summer Ale last time we went there.
When we've been here it's usually at the start of a bar crawl throughout Manchester, and is a good starting point. I've only been once specifically to get some bottled beers to take home, as it's not convenient to carry them around all day!.
georgefox - 28 Sep 2014 16:39
|Visited Micro Bar not long after it opened. Today is my second visit. Despite the indoor market location it has a relaxed pub-like feel. Good to see the place evolve. Good range of bottles and several cask ales and a real cider. The Flensburger Gold at £3.40 is a bargain! 8/10.|
wobblybob - 19 Sep 2014 15:56
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