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Peveril Of The Peak January 12, 2007

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Peveril Of The PeakPeveril Of The Peak 127 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester, M1 5JQ map

  • The Peveril Of The Peak could arguably be Manchester’s most famous pub. This distinctive looking traditional pub has also been a haven for many a celeb, with the likes of Eric Cantona and Robbie Coltrane being regular visitors. Sat awkwardly on a triangular piece of land on the corner of Great Bridgewater Street, the amazing two tone green brick work and roof top washing line makes it one of Manchester’s best loved landmarks. ‘The Pev’, as it’s referred to by many Mancunians, has a fine selection of real ales and beers and even offers a pool table and a traditional table football machine with the soundtrack provided by the excellent jukebox, crammed full of the more famous Manc bands.
  • Real Ale
  • Pool
  • Table Football
  • Jukebox (many Manchester bands, including Manchester United songs)
  • popular with Manchester United fans

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4 Responses to “Peveril Of The Peak”

  1. Matt Says:

    in the other night, had a very ropy pint of Bombardier, old and warm and very sulphury. bit of a disappointment, should have stayed in briton’s protection where jennings was perfect.

  2. Andrew Says:

    Nice real pub with prices well below that at the Bridgewater Hall and if you use the ‘cut through’ I reckon you can get to your seat in the Bridgewater in less than a couple of minutes…

  3. jamie Says:

    plus the bartender there is gorgeous! hubba hubba

  4. Dave Ogden Says:

    Will be there in October, believe it’s the same landlady as had when it was our match pub in the late 70’s and 80’s. Table football I can’t wait. Live in the Orkney Islands now but the Peveril is so special in my memories.


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