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Baa Bar, Sackville Street November 2, 2006

Filed under: Bar Reviews - B — manchesterbars @ 2:28 pm

Baa Bar, Sackville Street ManchesterBaa Bar, Sackville Street 27 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3LZ map

  • Baa Bar is the chain of North West bars created by multi award-winning Manchester property company Urban Splash.  Following on from their popular Deansgate Locks offering, this branch is located in the heart of the gay village. Being a straight bar in the village, ensures there’s always a diverse mix of people taking advantage of the famous cheap shooters.  The bar is decked out in loads of bright colours, mirrors and neons, with plenty of booth seating upstairs and a large dance floor downstairs.
  • Shooters
  • Cocktail Menu
  • Disco (pop)

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3 Responses to “Baa Bar, Sackville Street”

  1. John Elfed Hughes Says:

    Was here last night and it was an excellent night. Friendly staff and it always seems right to just down as many shots as possible. Good music also. A lively place that is always essential to go to.

  2. matt Says:

    Baa Bar, the cause of many many drunken nights/hangovers
    Those £1 shots are heaven but deadly after a few dozen, there so nice. The bouncers can be a bit snotty on weekends and once we got turned away for being an all male group, hmm what do they expect in the gay village ?
    Can be packed at weekends too, but a good place to pop in, get shot, then pop out, a bit too small to have a proper drink there me thinks.

  3. elsie Says:

    the bar is a nice place 2work i used work cleanin there, iknow markus.

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