A small and sparsely furnished bar, but with a huge range of beverages: mainly German and Belgian, but also some real ales and the other usual suspects. At 3pm on a Saturday afternoon it was a very pleasant place to be, with an early 1990s indie-rich jukebox, no TV and plenty of places to sit including the outside yard. The clientele was young and reassuringly not too trendy. It is a strange establishment, more like a converted house than a purpose built establishment, dimly lit in the rear and with a sauna for the men's toilets downstairs. Weekday evenings it is often ram-packed, but it is a great place to start a pub crawl on a Saturday afternoon.
29 Liverpool Road, Manchester, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M3 4NQ
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