The Bull's Head
The Bull's Head Manchester Reviews
The Bull's Head May 03, 2010
The Bull’s Head is on its way to becoming my favourite pub in Manchester. It might not be quite as beautiful as the Briton’s Protection, and it certainly doesn’t do pies, but it is still ace. It is a proper, traditional pub – the walls are still slightly yellowed from before the smoking ban, and there is a brilliant range of real ales and a slightly surly barman who will tell you which ones are lighter and which ones heavier. I recommend the Dragon’s Tail, by the way. The décor is old photos of Manchester, which are interesting and not at all poncy, and there are lots of cosy corners you can go to and chat. It isn’t open very late, closing at about 10.30, which is why it took me so long to discover it.
It’s about opposite Piccadilly Station.
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