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The City Arms, Manchester - pub details

City Arms
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Address: 48 Kennedy Street, Manchester, M2 4BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6385) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Oxford Road (0.4 miles), Deansgate (0.5 miles), Manchester Victoria (0.6 miles)

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Was here on Sunday afternoon. It was first visit for several years. The pub seemed much smaller than I remember it. But it was better than I recalled too. There are 2 small rooms with a corridor leading outside from the toilets that goes past the rooms. Ales were Brightside The Mancunian, Moorhouses Pride of Pendle, Redwillow Faithless 72, Weetwood Southern Cross, Salamander Jeez Louise, Tickety Brew Double Hop Pale & Bank Top Dark Mild. Unlike my last visit, they now also have a real cider which is seemingly always Old Rosie. Decent place that is tucked far enough off the beaten track to avoid getting too crowded.
blue_scrumpy - 19 Sep 2017 21:08
The City Arms was a near perfect boozer in recent years. Seems to have lost its mojo. Decent beer choice, but has become a dispiriting venue. We live in hope.
berniestaples - 26 Apr 2015 13:08
Almost walked past this GBG-listed and cask marque 200 year-old pub which won Trafford & Hulme CAMRA Branch's Pub Of The Year 2014 (but no discount for members). 8 handpulls for sale - yesterday's offerings included Moorhouses Black Cat, Premier Bitter and Pride of Pendle, Red Willow Seamless, Brightside's The Mancunian and Titanic's White Star and Plum Porter. I had a pint of the porter for £3.60 and very good it was too. Some nice green majolica tiles, green leather bench seats and stained glass. Cider was Symonds Founders Reserve. Another busy pub but easily got a seat. Only my second ever pub in Manchester and two good choices thus far.
paul_d102 - 8 Feb 2015 20:38
Shabby. Surly. Rank beer.
tristramshandy66 - 9 Oct 2014 09:53
Good old fashioned pub in a office blocky part of central Manchester. Friendly welcome and a nice pint of Titanic (?) for 3.50, and not too squashed mid afternoon. Appears to attract serious beer lovers of a certain age, with the odd late lunching office worker thrown in.
Queenslander - 16 Sep 2014 22:55

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