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Old Isaacs, Atherton - pub details

Address: 48 Market Street, Atherton, Manchester, M46 0DG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35222) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Atherton (0.7 miles), Hag Fold (0.8 miles), Daisy Hill (1.6 miles)

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user reviews of Old Isaacs, Atherton

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The sign for Old Isaacs is still there. But this has now been re-branded as the Pound Pub. No real ales are served. Cask options are Carlsberg, Tetleys Extra Cold, Guinness, Budweiser, Stella Artois 4 & Cidre, Becks Vier & Boddingtons. Halves were £1 and pints were £1.50. The interior was fairly traditional. The place was busy with the kind of customers you'd normally find in a Wetherspoons. I guess this pub fills a gap in the market as there is no 'spoons in Atherton, to my knowledge.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Dec 2015 20:33
Used to be a top class pub when Mary was behind the wheel.
Been in lately and the place seems to have attracted a rather different crowd from what was once there.
Seems a little in disrepair, and if you go in on a bad night, it's obvious why.
Shame for the old place.
deej89 - 8 May 2012 15:20
Couldn't find the Wheatsheaf, now I know why! 3 Phoenix beers on handpump. I had the honey porter, which didn't really work (not pub's fault) but was a tad warm.
oftenscore6 - 31 Mar 2011 23:09
Live music at weekends and a selection of real ale - lock ins a plenty!!!!!
trapperjohn - 29 Mar 2009 23:54
Large, 3-roomed pub on Atherton's main drag. Recently renamed (used to be the Wheatsheaf) and done up -very tastefully I might add, a rarity these days. The bar area is mostly open plan but two moderately sized side rooms as you enter are the highlight. These rooms are furnished very nicely-all dark wood panelling, snob screens around the tables and a pool table in the room to your right. Usually 2 or 3 cask beers on offer, always been on good form when I've visited. Not tried the food but it looks good. Friendly staff and clientele, good atmosphere. A badly-needed decent, civilised pub in Atherton, and one to give the Pendle Witch a run for its money. Well done.
Carlurmston - 21 Nov 2008 01:09

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