The Waldorf Hotel, Manchester - pub details
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Brunswick / B Lounge, Manchester (0.1 miles), Bier Keller, Manchester (0.1 miles), Piccadilly Tavern, Manchester (0.1 miles), Roadhouse, Manchester (0.1 miles), Edward's, Manchester (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|I have drunk in here on and off for years and the beer has always been pretty average.|
m_j_t - 21 Feb 2013 12:04
|Called in here one friday evening with a friend when the weather turned on us. Wish we would never have bothered! I cant remember the name of the ale I had but it was flat and utterly disgusting! My advice "STAY CLEAR OF THIS PLACE!!"|
realalerules1983 - 25 Sep 2010 18:10
|Traditional boozer on one of the small red-brick side streets Manchester has so many of. The beer (Deuchar's and landlord on my last visit) is good, it caters for football and cricket fans very well with two big screens and it seems generally quite busy (proximity to the station can't hurt on this count). I'd certainly recommend it for a couple, even if it doesn't have the choice of the likes of the Crown&Kettle.|
pablos13 - 22 Sep 2009 20:23
|Well, the Gents weren't particularly pristine when I was in there this lunchtime, they were a bit of a mess. Landlord and Deuchars were on plus Shaws Best and something from the Cotleigh Bewery. I thought the beer was in decent nick. Two big screens for the football and the place was packed with everyone seeming to arrive 5 mins before kick-off. Had to leave just as Man U went one up against Liverpool, suspect it got a bit lively as the game went on, (final result 1-4) |
Millay - 14 Mar 2009 17:48
|The gents are now pristine in here.|
Regular cask ales are Deuchars, Timothy Taylors Landlord, and more recently the wonderful Manchester Marble and its famous friend Ginger Marble. Often a guest ale or two from further afield.
needybellsniff - 14 Mar 2009 16:59
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