Top 10 Pubs in Manchester
There's definitely no shortage of watering holes for a drink in the city centre, however finding the real gems can often be hard when there are many options on the table. Spend less time reading and more time drinking with our guide to the top 10 pubs in Manchester; from dog-friendly boozers to craft beer favourites and gastropub hangouts.
When you think craft beer? We say BrewDog. Nestled on Peter Street in Deansgate, the dog-friendly watering hole touts a huge range of world beers alongside vegan bites, loaded burgers and more. There's even an outdoor terrace for a few pints in the sun.
This two-level Manchester pub is situated on Tib St. (again, surprisingly!) in the Northern Quarter and is a popular drinking spot for a whole host of people looking for a nice pint in the centre. Offering a number of bottled beers and ciders alongside draught options, The Tib St. Tavern is spacious with seating across two floors and if you're into the football, they've got multiple screens showing a handful of games every weekend.
If you're into your beer, few pubs in Manchester will provide you with a menu as long and impressive at The Port St. Beer House in the Northern Quarter. The spacious two-floor pub provides a great atmosphere to get tucked into a number of delightful beers and ales, with the helpful guide from the friendly and knowledgeable staff, you're bound to find the beer for you.
While it may be relatively new on the scene, Edinburgh Castle has more than proved its worth. Downstairs is a traditional pub, while upstairs leans towards restaurant dining. That means Sunday roasts and set menus washed down with beers and a generous selection of whiskey.
One the smallest and most innovating pubs in Manchester, The Temple was formerly a public toilet whereas now the only convenience it offers to the public is in the form of an underground pub with a brilliant rock 'n' roll atmosphere to enjoy some delightful beers with.