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Mulligans, Deansgate - pub details

Address: 12, Southgate, Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2RB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20535) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Salford Central (0.3 miles), Deansgate (0.5 miles), Manchester Victoria (0.5 miles)

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A one doomed pub which isn't too no. It has posters of Irish writers, flags of Irish counties (or clans may be), Guinness, memorabilia to powers whisky, no bollocks about the Irish rebels or Celtic, no plastic paddy stuff. I went for Guinness at 4.60, pretty decent but I've had better, and it is steep, it is served from a unique looking pump. Seemed lime a few locals in when I was in. Worth a visit as it is a unique pub in manc and probably the closest thing to an authentic pub in the city centre.
Wezzielad - 14 Nov 2017 15:41
As much as the owners of this pub do their best to create an Irish pub in the middle of Manchester, it is not and will never be Ireland. I therefore question how a pub in England, (be it Mulligans or any other) can claim to be Irish? No matter how hard they or anyone else tries, the only "Irish pubs" on this globe have Irish skies above them.
Nellyx - 25 Jun 2014 22:19
Mulligans deansgate is a wonderful pub spent my 77th birthday there ofriday 18 th may had a ball Gena and Joe are fantastic hosts the guinness was beautiful and the food was too my wife Catherine and i wish to thank them and the staff and all the customers for making our day so special thanks again Cath Frank
frankiedefridge - 20 May 2012 14:19
Excellent for the weekends, it's a proper Dublin boozer in the city centre and makes a huge change from the usual choice of drunk infested Wetherspoons or uppity wine bars.
Clientele varies from solicitors to the travelling Irish Man Utd fans for every home game (it's predominantly a Man U pub) and apparently they're doing airport collections for fans now.
Food is top notch and reasonably priced, varied selection.
As we've all read before, it does serve without doubt the best Guinness in Manchester. GAA and 3pm Saturday matches shown.
Live music every Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun, although it's not just Irish music.
T_OBRIEN - 26 Jul 2010 09:57
This pub was an Irish bar long before they became popular and it still is despite the decline of many of the upstarts. Itís a long thin room with seating areas to front and rear. There are several large screen TVs which were showing American racing last night with an audience of none, the sound was muted though. Itís an OK pint of Guinness but the red wine is total crap, donít buy it! Itís a bit rough and ready as are some of the clientele but its OK.
ROBCamra - 13 Nov 2009 10:43

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