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The Beagle, Manchester

Pub added by Jim Newell
456-458 Barlow Moor Road
Chorlton cum Hardy
Postal town: Manchester
M21 0BQ
Phone: 01618818596

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Reviews (Current Rating Average: 9 of 10) Add Review see review guidelines


Rob Hunter left this review about The Beagle

Visited on Saturday evening. This is bigger than many of the Chorlton bars and appears to have a wrap-around conservatory extension to enhance that space. At the bar I noted five cask ales (one cider) ranging from £4.00 to £5.20 a pint, and 12 keg beers ranging from £4.30 to £6.40 a pint. Food is served. It looked like they had just had a Hawkshead tap takeover so their beers did dominate on cask. Both the ones I sampled were good. We managed to get a seat, which was most welcome after the previous few bars being standing room only. I'd happily go back to this one.

On 19th February 2020 - rating: 8
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Danny O'Revey left this review about The Beagle

Interesting mis-match of a place that is a little different from the cafe bar culture of most venues in Chorlton. Various quirky areas for seating. Nice real ale choice but a little expensive & perhaps too hip.

On 1st March 2016 - rating: 8
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ROB Camra left this review about The Beagle

This bar has an L shaped room at the front and a further room at the rear. There's a very large veranda at the front for alfreso drinking & dining when it's warm enough. There are a few comfy settees and chairs along with a couple of bar stools. I was made to feel instantly at home by the chatty, friendly barmaid. 5 cask ales available and a number of craft kegs taps on the rear wall. A blackboard behind the bar tells you what's available. I had a pint of First Chop AVA which was in top condition. The Beagle logo is called Jeremy which I found amusing. This is a cracking little bar and I could have spent ages here, but the rest of the crawl beckoned. I will definitely be back here, probably with Ms CAMRA.

On 16th March 2013 - rating: 9
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Rebecca Kay left this review about Scotts Hill Bar & Restaurant

Went to the new Scotts Hill bar and restaurant over the opening weekend. The menu offers small, medium and large plates so for a formal sit down meal i had a medium plate and a large plate. The medium plate was an amazingly different and tasty dish of tandoori paneer - so delicious i asked everyone on my table to try it to see what they thought. It was a very generous portion for what i considered a starter. I then had the seabass with herb risotto as the large plate or main dish, this was again a good portion size and really well cooked. The risotto wasn't gloopy or over done and the fish was cooked to perfection. Great sav blanc to go with the meal. Although i was part of a larger group the atmposphere was spot on and well balanced for both couples and groups. Living locally in Chorlton its great to see a brand new option with well cooked and different offerings. Would recommend all to give it a try!

On 15th May 2012 - rating: 10
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