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57 Thomas Street

Address: 57 Thomas Street, Manchester, Manchester, M4 1NA [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Manchester Victoria (0.3 miles), Manchester Piccadilly (0.6 miles), Manchester Oxford Road (0.8 miles)

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Nice place selling the wonderful Marble beers plus many more. Very different to their other pub - the Marble Arch. Perhaps more of a "daytime" vibe. Perhaps a place to come immediately after work.
dyyony - 3 Feb 2017 17:43
Paid a visit recently following their refurb earlier in the year. Real ales are now served in the upstairs bar. Barrels are in a small room behind the bar and are dispensed here to order.

Recommended!
RealAleRobUK - 21 Jun 2016 17:47
The newer and smaller relative of the flagship Marble Arch on Rochdale Rd, this Thomas St branch of the Marble Brewery chain takes advantage of the growing Bohemian atmosphere of the Northern Quarter.

One long table (with two smaller ones in the window) create a more convivial atmosphere, at busier times encouraging friendly chat. Casks are bar mounted and gravity dispensed, the range of four favouring the excellent lower strength session beers like 'Pint' and 'Best'. This limited range thankfully excludes the novelty 'beer the same strength of wine' offerings which have become a pest at the Marble Arch, though there's plenty of this stuff for sale bottled if you miss it.

There's also fridge full of bottled belgian beers. There's a pleasingly wide range of snacks and sandwiches, much of it Mediterranean inspired, for those who are peckish, without the Marble Arch's gastropub menu which can leave session beer drinkers feeling out of place.

Having just one unisex toilet is about the only aspect which disappoints, but like the bar-mounted casks that another reviewer complained of, this is unavoidable for such a small venue. A great place to chat with others on a Friday night or to take the papers on a Sunday.
Roy22 - 23 Nov 2013 17:21
Steep? Pricey? Must be a different pub. The nice pints of Pint and Bitter were around the 3 quid mark - is that expensive these days? Especially for Marble beer. Served directly from the barrel which is not to everyone's taste but makes a nice change for me. Food is the sort that doesn't need a knife and fork (cheese and ham and pork pie etc) - I have a slight problem with the marble arch and its diners detracting from the drinking atmosphere! Smashing place to watch the world go by during the day. Imagine it gets a bit hectic at night.
dry_riser_inlet - 26 Jul 2013 22:48
Visited here again last night. Not as expensive as I remember it, so perhaps my comment in my earlier review was a little unjustified. Don't think there was as much selection as on my previous visit but had a pint of the Manchester at £2.90 - also good to see that despite the hot weather the cooling of the barrels was doing its job and the beer was served at perfect temperature.
RealAleRobUK - 21 Jul 2013 15:10

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