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Paddy’s Goose December 8, 2006

Filed under: Bar Reviews - P — manchesterbars @ 2:55 pm

Paddy’s GoosePaddy’s Goose Paddy’s Goose, 29 Bloom Street, Manchester, M1 3JE map

  • A traditional pub hidden behind Canal Street, ‘the famous’ Paddys Goose is worth a visit if you have never been in a traditional British pub before – especially if you’re travelling on one of the many coaches that stop at the Chorlton Street and Sackville Street coach stations opposite.  The décor and style are dated and have not been messed with. The bar staff are friendly but to an occasional visitor it may seem like you are stepping into the pub in the american werewolf in london. The foods good and there are some nice cask ales on offer.
  • food
  • Cask Ales

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3 Responses to “Paddy’s Goose”

  1. matt Says:

    eek, a pub pub. Not too bad if ya with ya mates and fancy a propper pint and a chat, not sure , but i never heard any music in here, but i may be wrong. Mainly older patrons who prefer quiet to the boomboom clubbing.

  2. dave angel Says:

    Nice wee pub had a brilliant night with some lovely people who made us feel really welcome. big thanks to Steff, Christine, Penny, Joanne. from Dave, Donna and Jacquie from Dundee hope to get back some time.

  3. matty Says:

    Wicked place to pull here, full of fitties, and they serve a wicked jd and coke


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