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Hanrahans, Salford Quays - pub details

Address: Merchants Quay, Salford, Manchester, Manchester, M5 2ST [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4790) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Salford Crescent (1.3 miles), Deansgate (1.5 miles), Salford Central (1.6 miles)

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Matchstick Man, Salford (0.1 miles), Exchange Bar and Grill, Salford (0.1 miles), Quay House, Salford (0.2 miles), Quay House, Salford Quays (0.2 miles), Tinvale Ltd, Trafford Park (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of Hanrahans, Salford Quays

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Now called The Exchange Bar and Grill. It's definitely a lunchtime and post-work bar as there's little sign of life after about 8pm. Minimal choice of beer on tap - Boddingtons, Stella, Heineken, Carling, Guinness, all at city centre prices. Closes early if the staff get bored. Not bad for a post-work drink though and handy for the tram.
foffo_spearjig - 11 Jul 2007 19:49
have had many a good night in hanrahans the tuckers ok too. when on form the stella is the best in manchester. really cosy bar where you can relax after a days hard yakka.
fat dog - 12 Apr 2004 13:52
Hanrahan's is a new building, going for the old look inside, which kind of gets there. Beer is quite pricey, but it's decent enough - although on match days (being a stones throw from Old Trafford) you're looking at serious waiting time at the bar - and it is certainly 'suit brigade' when the nearby offices kick out.

Inside it has a number of nice little two-person chairs with a table in between, where you feel you could hide and discuss your secret business affairs (or whatever else you like), while a medium-sized balcony looks down on one side of the bar. A few TVs are dotted around for the football. The back of the building is dedicated to the restaurant operation, which I've never tried.

Outside is a small decking area, which is pleasant in the summertime, and the whole thing is right next to the Salford Quays tram stop - so if you get bored part way through your journey, you can stop off! :o) And if you booze too much, there are always the neighbouring eateries to soak it all up.
Andy - 7 Oct 2003 10:38

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