Serving up a delicious traditional British pub food menu, alongside an impressive choice of local craft ales and spirits, and a generous dose of history, The Bank is one of the most culturally and historically important buildings in Manchester.
Originally The Portico Library, it was built in Runcorn stone and a neo-classical style. The library still survives upstairs.
A great spot to relax and refuel after exploring the city or working hard in the office, this welcoming pub is just a stone’s throw from many of the city’s key attractions, including Manchester Art Gallery, Selfridges Manchester Exchange, and the O2 Apollo.
- Pub , Gastro Pub
- After Work Drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- City Centre, Piccadilly
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Bank, 57, Moseley Street, M2 3FF
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* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.