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Waxy O'Connors, Manchester - pub details

Waxy O'Connors

Address: Unit 3, The Printworks, 27 Withy Grove, Manchester, M4 2BS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4629) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Manchester Victoria (0.2 miles), Salford Central (0.7 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (0.8 miles)

Chain: Waxy O'Connor's

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Dont bother. Plastic "Irish pub" at extortionate prices. Infact just avoid the Printworks completely at all costs.

The Marble Arch is just a 15-20 minute walk away and is vastly superior with its own brewery and awesome food plus interesting sloping floor.
realalerules1983 - 1 Jul 2011 19:23
You know what you're getting. Inauthentic cardboard cutout irish theme bar that was cutting edge in 1995.

It's nothing particularly offensive and does what it does fairly well. As said in a previous review - standard Printworks fare.
terenced - 1 Nov 2010 10:16
Went back to Waxy's again, this time for St Patrick's Day on Wednesday. It was packed! loved the live music, got myself a Guinness hat and struggled through work the next day with a sore head. It was worth it.
pjpeterson - 19 Mar 2010 12:56
Had the opportunity to visit Manchester this weekend and had heard mixed reports about the Printworks but Waxy O'Connor's was fantastic. Coming from Glasgow I am well aquainted with Waxy's and wasn't dissapointed with their sister venue just south of the border. Made it there on Sunday for some live music, Sunday lunch was great and stayed most of the afternoon watching the GAA. Going back to Manchester to watch Man U in a few weeks so will be back.
pjpeterson - 1 Sep 2009 15:56
It's a fake Irish bar of the type that is dying out all over the country. Has a decent interior though with several distinct areas to sit/stand. No real ale of course. Full of squealie girlies (and boys come to think of it) later at night. Not my idea of a good night out.
ROBCamra - 30 Jan 2009 15:41

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