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Mark Addy January 10, 2007

Filed under: Bar Reviews - M — manchesterbars @ 7:20 pm

Mark AddyMark Addy Stanley Street, Salford, M3 5EJ map

  • just a short walk down Bridge Street, off deansgate, and across the bridge (which officially takes you into Salford), you’ll find the great riverside basement bar which is the Mark Addy. Named after the publican who saved many people from drowning in the river that separates the cities of Manchester and Salford, it’s most noted for the excellent food.  The menu is mainly traditional and British, but it’s the massive selection of cheese and pate that make the local office workers, barristers and lawyers flock here for lunch.  The portions are so generous they should last for at least 2 pints!  Talking of beer, there are some real ales on offer as well as the usual choice beers wines and spirits.  You can choose to drink in the long, low-ceiling bar or outside on the balcony with it’s riverside view.
  • food (British plus many pates/cheeses from around the world)
  • real ale
  • river views

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3 Responses to “Mark Addy”

  1. Andy Miller Says:

    Great to see that Robert Owen Brown is now at the Mark Addy, just a stones throw from the Bridge. I am looking forward to those Eccles Cakes

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  3. […] a pint of real ale and a ploughman’s lunch (cheese, bread and pickles) at the Mark Addy in Manchester and you’ve got the real […]

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