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The Vine Inn is a fantastic friendly pub offering a great selection of food and drink. With lots to keep you entertained this pub is a great choice.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 23:30

TUE

12:00 - 23:30

WED

12:00 - 23:30

THU

12:00 - 23:30

FRI

12:00 - 00:30

SAT

12:00 - 00:30

SUN

01:00 - 21:00

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By Kim F.

This pub is brilliant. My friends and I go here quite often as we love the welcoming feel it has to it. Its a great pub for a laugh with your mates which is probably the reason we end up there so much.


By G.

A country pub in the heart of the city, The Vine Inn serves good honest drinks and grub and plays some great sounds.

The Venue
Anywhere that's playing Northern Soul classic Hung Up On Your Love by The Montclairs as you come in has to be quality. Indeed the general music selection, from The Walker Brothers and Matt Munroe to the present day, is a bit of an ace card up The Vine Inn's sleeve.

This is a friendly, fairly small city centre boozer set out on three levels. It's tiled in green on the outside and describes itself as a country pub in the city. That's a pretty fair description with its exposed brickwork and dark wood interior and its assortment of bronze plates and horseshoes on the walls. I don't know too many true country pubs with TV screens in the corner but, hey, this is Manchester. With the main bar on the ground level, there's also a room upstairs and a small room downstairs, with its own bar where food gets served.

The People
The Vine Inn generally plays host to a slightly older crowd, couples and office workers, especially at lunch. Like all the clusters of pubs around here it's going to benefit massively from the big new office block that's going up next door, which will cover 100,000 sq feet.

The Food and Drink
The Vine Inn lives up to its reputation as a country pub by selling Ruddles ale on tap, as well as Hobgoblin, Heineken, Carling, Boddington's, Strongbow and Peeterman. They also knock out house doubles for £2.70. The lunch menu includes sandwiches and main meals for £5-£7; the steak pie is very tasty (although the pastry could be more crusty) and comes with gravy, crinkle-cut chips and veg all for £5.25.

The Last Word
A friendly country-style pub with decent food and a great soundtrack.

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