Christmas Do in Manchester

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  • Premier Icon Harry_the_Spider
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    Need somewhere near to Victoria or the Northern Quarter with a set menu in the £20ish bracket.

    We’ve done Solita twice and I’d happily do it again, but I’m open to other suggestions.

    I’m old with kids, so I’ve completely lost touch.

    Premier Icon mintimperial
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    I’ve never been to Solita so that’d be fine with me. (Anything I can get the train to is fine with me, tbh.)

    Are we decided on the date?

    Premier Icon Garry_Lager
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    Could you all pile into the Marble Arch? I’ve not been in since it was refurbished, but food was always decent, then you could settle in for a bit of a session.

    Might not have a Christmas menu, which would be a bonus.

    That all you can eat place in the Printworks (obviously you have to be well on the way to being absolutely w@nkered before considering such a place).

    Premier Icon chipps
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    Looks good Andrew – but closed on Mondays. Boo!

    Premier Icon lesgrandepotato
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    Reds! Reds true BBQ

    Premier Icon xherbivorex
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    Looks good Andrew – but closed on Mondays. Boo!

    ah crap, i should have scrolled down a bit!

    Premier Icon gixer71109
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    That Bakerie pie and ale looks good.

    BillMC
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    Mr Cooper’s in the Midland Hotel, within your budget and with a proper chef. Blu Pig is a good alternative and for drinks in the NQ Smithfield Market Tavern (60p less per pint than the same brewery in MackieMayor next door). Mondays there are deals everywhere.

    zzjabzz
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    Spoons. Abduls. Spoons.

    Premier Icon xherbivorex
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    i forgot about bakerie, yeah that looks good but pie and ale even better!

    Premier Icon darrell
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    just get sloshed in the Sand Bar and spend the 20 quid on a kebab from Abduls and some bags of crisps

    ElShalimo
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    Tariff and Dale for pizzas and IPA

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    I’m well up for a boozy night in manc – I’ll be riding home 😀

    Andyhilton
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    Crazy Pedros?

    Premier Icon edhornby
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    Bundobust? it’s not your 3courses but you choose your own curry bits and buy at the bar, awesome food and cracking beer

    pie and ale sounds good too

    Premier Icon pb2
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    Mr Coopers is anything but cheap and the portions are, well minimal. No doubt its decent food but they don’t do set menu’s and by the time you have added some form of spuds and a veg to your mains your £20 has gone and is not coming back. No starter, no pud and no full stomach 😐

    fossy
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    Pie and Ale is really good – the pies are great ! They even do Sunday Lunch pies !

    Premier Icon mikerigby
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    Manchester suits me fine. Happy to go with the flow on venue and food.

    Premier Icon funkrodent
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    Was in Bakerie the other day. Nice food but I thought it a tad overpriced. Heard good things about Pie and Ale (though apparently they’re run by Bakerie so what do I know). They do a 2 course Xmas menu for £19.95 though. Three for £24.95

    Premier Icon riklegge
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    Keen for this too, I’ll also likely get the train so accessible to Victoria would be ideal.

    Premier Icon funkrodent
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    Anywhere in Northern Quarter is okay for Victoria station, though Thomas St end is closer

    Premier Icon darrell
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    Oh go on then

    go to the Fab Cafe

    if its still there

    beer and a Pot Noodle and some crappy old sci fi tv show stuff

    great place – granted last time I was there was ca 2004

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