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The Jane Eyre, Manchester

Pub added by peter ashworth
14 Hood Street
Ancoats
Postal town: Manchester
M4 6WX

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Rob Hunter left this review about The Jane Eyre

Not for me, this one. 4 keg taps, no cask ales, the keg offering being a house pilsner, Kona Big Wave, Siren Soundwave IPA and DEYA Steady Rolling Man. The last two were £6.40 a pint, the Big Wave was a bit less at £5-something a pint. The beers were fine but hard to justify the prices.

It's actually a fairly small place once you get inside and was busy and felt too crowded for my liking. We managed to get some seats at the end of the bar but unfortunately this was in the short corridor to the toilets so we were constantly shuffling out of the way of people trying to get through. I didn't feel relaxed here and I was glad to drink up and move on. It's more of a cocktail place anyway, and I can't see myself paying a return visit.

I may be old and miserable, but if that means dodging places like this then so be it.

On 18th November 2019 - rating: 5
[User has posted 534 recommendations about 479 pubs]


ROB Camra left this review about The Jane Eyre

A one roomed café bar with mainly café style seating and a couple of settles. There's an open kitchen to the left and the bar to the right serving craft keg and lager. The list of available beers is chalked on a board on the wall. Had a quick half of something cold and crafty that made a hole in my wallet. Won't be bothering again.

On 2nd October 2019 - rating: 5
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peter ashworth left this review about The Jane Eyre

Situated on Cutting Room Square directly opposite The Seven Brothers and not connected to Charlotte Bronte at all.It is classed as a neighbourhood bar and is named after the mother of the two brothers who run it.It is a one roomed place with basic furniture and 3 craft beers and 1 lager on tap.

On 9th October 2018 - no rating submitted
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