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Always a great place to spend a couple of hours or so. A genuine, honest and down to earth pub with a decent jukebox, reasonably priced beer and wine, friendly staff and great atmosphere. For me, one of the finest pubs in Manchester, and not...More
Called into the vine around 2 weeks ago in the afternoon as I was out passing time. Two young girls working at the time if my visit, both very welcoming and had time to chat and made me feel welcome. Due to this, I visited...More
Four couples ranging from 30 years to 65 walked up to the door .laughing ...what a sin ... 10 pm we were refused entry as we were apparently drunk. What a miserable man on the door BUT can I just make clear that we weren’t...More
Not far from St. Peter's Square, there are a few traditional pubs. I ended up in the Vine Inn because there was a free table. How can one say anything bad about a pint of John Smith? Great place to pop in for a quick...More
Always welcoming a visit to The Vine when in Manchester City Center a traditional styled public house with great management and attentative staff offering a good selection of beverages and a Whisky Bar.
Popped in for a drink at tea time on a snowy Wednesday evening in January. The pub was busy with a variety of people in suits and casual gear. Friendly atmosphere and an excellent pint of well kept Timothy Taylor’s Landlord.
love the friendly, comfortable feel of the place, perfect little hideaway. Had drinks here, food here, been for lunch with colleagues from work, evening out with friends, and I've even taken the kids...
A friend had organised a lunch and afternoon get-together for a large group of people here. The venue is attractive and rather old-worldy and I am told the beer was good (we were drinking red wine and G and T) The help-yourself lunch buffet that...More
A nice little pub which is good for midweek meet as it doesn't get too busy. A different story for after work when it gets busier and the atmosphere improves.
A pretty reasonable food menu, traditional and reliable pub grub at reasonable prices.