Odd Bar information

Odd Bar is a warm and friendly bar with a great atmosphere. They offer fresh, home cooked food and an excellent range of drinks including beers from all over the world.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 00:00


11:00 - 01:00


11:00 - 02:00


11:00 - 02:00


11:00 - 00:00

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Odd Bar reviews

By Serena A.

The Odd Bar is where me and my friends head to at the weekend as there's always a good atmosphere, the dj could do with better taste in music sometime but we always have a great night!

By Jess W.

Odd is amazing!

The best place to go for a Sunday Roast and they always have an amazing beer selection to choose from.

By Mark O.

was in here on Christmas Eve about lunchtime. Nice atmosphere, friendly staff, large measures and chocolates in a bowl on the counter - good work Odd Bar!

By Louise M.

I LOVE THIS place!!!!!!!! although its still great in the evening, my favourite thing about this place is the day time food. there is always customers yet in the day you can grab a seat, surrounded by the boho decor and enjoy the monster portions (the sandwiches are huge). big fan of the fish and chips which is well presented on the plate without losing out on quantity. a really relaxed and chilled place to catch up with firends and in a great position if you're taking a break from shopping.

By G.

A paragon of cool in the Northern Quarter, Odd has all the right ingredients and it serves them up with aplomb.

The Venue
If this is Odd, who wants normal? Located on Thomas Street, Odd is now a Northern Quarter stronghold. There are big lampshades that look like they’ve been lifted from someone's front room and low stools are scattered around beige sofas that all combine to create a cosy, eclectic effect.

Dark pinks prevail here but with a funky edge even in the glaring light of day, when it is often just as busy as it is in the evening. Downstairs is the main place for discerning folk to hang out however, thanks to its massive screen at one end taking up almost the whole of the wall and beaming music video after music video. Very occasionally you'll encounter someone working behind the bar who is too pre-occupied to care about your order, but on the whole the staff are a down-to-earth, friendly bunch.

The People
A funky, laidback crowd of graduates, post-grads, local intellectuals, art students, culture vultures, boho chicks and dudes who look like they’re in a band (and probably are) convene here in the afternoon and continue to party well into the evening, gathering more friends as the night progresses.

The Food
The food is good homely grub with a modern twist (albeit at inflated bar prices). Popular dishes include mini fish and chips (£4.75) and a fry-up (in herbivore, carnivore and vegan versions). The bacon sarnie is staggeringly impressive thanks to its melted cheese on top, red onion marmalade and even a green salad for £4.50.

The Drink
Staropramen, Fruli, Becks Vier and Guinness are all on draught and Magners, Sol, Peroni, Budvar and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale are in bottles. The Terre Cortese Marche Bianco is a good choice on the wine front and it’s only £10.95 a bottle or £2.95 for a small glass.

The Last Word
Now part of a trinity of bars along with its siblings Odder and Oddest, Odd remains one of the best bars in Manchester.

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