Pubs of Manchester

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Thursday, 15 September 2011

Honeycomb, Jarvis Street

This estate pub, photographed by Alan Winfield at Pubs Galore, sat in the middle of Beswick in East Manchester near the now demolished Beswick Precint.  The Honeycomb was a John Smiths house with the usual lounge and public bar set up.  No real ale was on offer by the 1990s and keg John Smiths was all that was available for the lucky locals [1].  A second attempt at regeneration awaits this area.  Perhaps the generous Abu Dhabi investment from City's owners will help this inner city estate eventually - the main regeneration area is just to the north and east of here.

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