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The Waldorf December 18, 2006

Filed under: Bar Reviews - W — manchesterbars @ 2:37 am

The WaldorfThe Waldorf The Waldorf, 12 Gore Street, Manchester, M1 3AQ map

  • Another of Manchester’s traditional pubs, the Waldorf is very popular during the daytime and early evening with the local office workers. There is also a large screen tv showing the football so on match days it gets overcrowded. The interior is all oak pannelled and the range of beers is good. Also available here is a food menu which includes the usual pub meals and bar snacks.
  • real ale
  • food (bar/snack)
  • Live sports (Sky, Foreign channels, ITV, BBC, etc)

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2 Responses to “The Waldorf”

  1. Mike Says:

    The Waldorf Hotel, Gore Street, is a good friendly pub, though the Bar Staff can be run off their feet with the football especially on a sunday.

    Excellent Real Ale beer with good food as well from £1.50 upto £8.00 for a single dish. The pub does do 2-4-1- offers but these are daily specials.

    The downfall at the moment are the toilets, you have to almost climb to the roof.

  2. a fan Says:

    this probably the best pub i have been in around manchester there is a great atmosfere great food great prices
    the barstaff are really friendly and one really stands out he is friendly funny makes you feel at home just a great all rounder
    daniel should win barman of the year

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