The Lass O'Gowrie, Manchester - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1144) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night, Live music, Sky TV, Big screen
- Food served, Sunday roast, Real ale
- Function room for hire, Air conditioning
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|I always make sure I take a trip to the Lass on every trip to Manchester. The Betty's Best bitter is to die for. The food seems to have gone down a bit over the last year but the ale is still very good.|
Shame that the BBC has relocated from across the road as the pub has seemed a little quiet since they all moved up to Salford. Hope they can stay open as I like the feel of the pub with the 80s memorabilia and original Paperboy computer game with handle bar!
DixieLand - 21 Mar 2013 20:13
|There's a lot written here that's highly subjective and expectation-related.|
I'd say it's easily in the top 20% of Manchester pubs, does proper beer, and is generally worth a try.
eddybeer - 8 Feb 2013 17:21
|Was slightly disappointed by this pub, which is not too far from Oxford Road station. Despite having around 9-10 handpulls, only 3 were on - Conwy Clogwyn Gold & Honey Fayre & Outstanding Betty's Best, the house beer. It was reasonably busy on our Sunday evening visit, with plenty of people watching the live football. However, the barman warned us that they would be closing soon. I've witnessed this in a few Manchester pubs and am a little surprised. This may still be worth a shot if you're in the area. But it wasn't as good as I'd hoped.|
blue_scrumpy - 31 Dec 2012 21:11
|Went last Friday evening. Still a great pub with great character and lots of events on. |
However, it doesn’t seem to be as good with real ale these days. I remember it being one of the best real ale pubs in the city centre at one time. In my experience, the ale is ok but not great. If you want quality ale, there are now a lot of better places to go. Joshua Brooks and Molly House being two nearby.
Saying that, ale is not important to everyone and this pub ticks all the other boxes
juninhocrunch - 24 Sep 2012 10:46
|Hello rassilon74! I'm ever so slightly confused given your previous posts on us last year, however I'm willing to take you at your word. I can only assume you've been moved because either the Snug, or far more rarely the rear of the pub has been reserved for an event. In these situations we do try hard to let people know that a space has been reserved with posters and signs. Everywhere else is fine for you to sit at, trust me. I'm sorry you feel you've been brusquely spoken to and I would hate to think we've offended a fellow Doctor Who fan (clue's in the name, see). Perhaps give us another chance at one of our regular Doctor Who screenings, club meets or our annual Doctor Who convention in March 2013? Happy times and places.... x|
garethothelass - 15 Sep 2012 21:32
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