triangular area around The Bridgewater canal is home to a tiny number
of delightful pubs and bars, stretching along Great Bridgewater
Street, up to Oxford Street and back down to The Bridgewater Hall.
It's very easy to explore all of these in an evening and there's
also a hidden passageway (along the side of the Pitcher & Piano)
that most people use as a shortcut to get to The Bridgewater Hall
or other bars even quicker.
beautiful green-tiled Peveril of the Peak sits proudly in the middle
of this area and is an iconic Manchester landmark. Opposite is the
popular Rain Bar, with its ample canal side seating whilst other highlights
include The Brtion's Protection at the bottom of Great Bridgewater
Street, boasting the largest whiskey collection in Manchester, and
at the opposite end, The Temple, a converted public toilet which offers
beers imported from all around the world..
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