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The Jolly Angler January 4, 2007

Filed under: Bar Reviews - J — manchesterbars @ 12:34 pm

The Jolly AnglerThe Jolly Angler The Jolly Angler ,47 Ducie Street, Manchester, M1 2JW map

  • One of the best real pubs in this part of Manchester The Jolly Angler is a small pub tucked behind Piccadilly Train station. Serving a good selection of beers including seasonal real ale it offers a friendly atmosphere to enjoy a proper british pint. Now popular with Manchester city fans, the jolly angler gets busy on match days.
  • Manchester Ale (Hydes)
  • Real Ale 
  • Traditional Pub
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4 Responses to “The Jolly Angler”

  1. Terry Says:

    Great pub. Friendly, good Hydes beer. Saturday evenings, a bunch of musicians get together and jam on irish instrumental music. Anything between 6 and about 14 musicians play together in a corner of this small pub. It has a great atmosphere. Mixed clienete, generally over 30’s

    Although the owners are Irish, this is not an “Irish” pub, but a very good place to enjoy a good pint, mix with good company, and on a saturday listen to some good music.

  2. Nigel Says:

    Only ever been 3 times, the last 2 it was closed! Its like going back in time, all the football pictures on the wall are from the sixties – has it changed since then?

  3. Terry Says:

    Yes you could find it “closed” early Saturday evening, when there has been a game on at Eastlands. However, a knock on the window will bring someone to the door. If they think your OK, you’ll be let in. It does open about 7.30 on match days. I think that’s fair n’uff. It hasn’t changed much since the 70’s ! But it’s still a good pint, good music on a Saturday evening.

  4. Greg Says:

    Me and my lad went in before the game on Sunday, first time, and definately not the last.

    Ray the owners son is a top bloke, the pub is brilliant. It’s a “pub” in the real sense of the word. A great pint and a great atmosphere, great lads having a drink together.

    I’m glad my young son had the chance to see a real pub before they all dissapear. This pub needs a mancunian heritage protection order to make sure it lasts for an eternity 🙂

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