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The Deansgate, Manchester Central, Manchester

321 Deansgate
M3 4LQ

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Oggwyn Great left this review about The Deansgate

As others have pointed out , this is a nicely done out pub with several different areas , three of the four handpulls on with two from Holts and Ruddles Best , the Barmaid was chatty and friendly , i liked it in here .

On 22nd August 2018 - no rating submitted
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Al Bundy left this review about The Deansgate

A decent, if expensive, pub in a proper pub setting. There were 3 cask ales on. Not too bad actually.

On 28th September 2015 - rating: 7
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Real Ale Ray left this review about The Deansgate

Have to agree the prices here are rather steep, but the interior is finished to a very high standard. The pub is well run and spotlessly clean. I noticed an old lift car on the left-hand side of the bar, which has been made into a seated booth. There were two fireplaces, both had elaborate antique clocks on them, there was a also a grandfather clock. On the ale front, I went for the Lancaster Brewery Amber.

On 11th June 2013 - rating: 8
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ROB Camra left this review about The Deansgate

There's now no change out of £7 for a round, it was £7.05 for a pint and a bottle of Corona. The first floor sundeck was packed so we sat inside. It's a decent enough pub for one, but I wouldn't want to stay all night.

They've done a great job on this pub since it was Galvin's Irish Bar and previously a run down Vaux pub. It's been brilliantly restored and some fine touches added. However someone has to pay for this and it's you. This place is very pricey even for the city centre, there's not much change out of £7 for a pint of the real stuff (usually a choice of 4) and a small glass of wine. It's open until 2 a.m. at the weekends which is a bit of a surprise. The other half likes it so we normally call in for one on the way to The Knott.

On 8th July 2012 - rating: 6
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about The Deansgate

Fine, traditional layout with a 'U'-shaped bar and the surrounding space divided into two seating areas with an open doorway on one side and a moveable wooden screen on the other. However, further back, there is also a comfortable lounge to one side of the main corridor and an open booth-type area to the other. The place has been refurbished to a high standard throughout, but thankfully retaining a host of original features. Reasonable-looking menu, but not cheap. Four handpumps, with beers including Thwaites, Bombardier, and a fine O'Finnegans Irish-style Cask Stout from a local brewery (£3.20). Overall, despite the prices, well worth a visit to see the fine wood panelling stained glass, mosaic floor tiling, unusual carved seats, etc.

On 3rd April 2011 - rating: 8
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