Pubs of Manchester

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Sunday, 28 February 2010

031. Odder, Oxford Road

Odder, Oxford Road. (c) Odder.

Quirky little bar situated directly opposite the BBC building, previously known as Zumeba, which used to put music and comedy on upstairs. It possesses a small selection of real ales, three on at the time of our visit, and there were in good condition but a little pricey at £3.10 a pint. Popular with students in the evening, there is a separate floor with music on upstairs and a much quieter shop front bar downstairs. Nice bar for a drink prior to going for something to eat in Zouk or Nandos and quite close to Oxford Road station also. Its sister bar is the original Odd in the Northern Quarter and Oddest has just opened in leafy Chorlton.

Odder, Oxford Road (downstairs and upstairs bars). (c) Odder.

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