Pubs of Manchester

All pubs within the city centre and beyond.
A history of Manchester's hundreds of lost pubs.

Thursday, 6 May 2010

073. Odd, Thomas Street

Odd, Thomas Street. (c)

Odd by name, and it describes this bar pretty well actually. A mish mash of tables, cushions, poufes and settees, its a quirky little place but one that has plenty of charm. And whilst you would expect bottled beer and becks on draught, it also serves real ale, albeit just the one pump, but a good pint nonetheless. Not cheap at £3.10 pint, but where is in this strangely popular part of town? As with others in this area, maybe not a place for a session but a welcome addition to any planned crawl.

Odd, Thomas Street. (c)

Always busy on the weekend, you occasionally get the odd local celebrity in and the basement shows old films and local film makers' productions. Odd has a sister bar, Odder, on Oxford Road, also worth a look, plus the new Oddest in leafy Chorlton which by all accounts is just as successful as the town branches.

Odd, Thomas Street. (c)

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