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The Temple Bar

It’s very hard to compile a list of Top 10 bars in Manchester that would suit everybody's requirements. Some people love the continental style independent establishments that sell German wheat beer whilst others look for the footballer-filled wine bars or back street boozers with their local ales. The masses flock to the busy town chain pubs whilst others crave the chic cocktail bars with their strict dress codes.

The Temple bar which is very poplar for its amazing array of foreign bottled beers and a great jukebox packed with Manchester bands which you’ll often find here for drink. The beauty for Temple bar is a converter of public toilet, it’s one of Manchester’s smallest bars but very well known. The arrangements of seating encourages you to make new friends that can often mean chatting to some of Manchester’s best-loved rock stars. The Temple bar is conversation starter you’ll either love it or hate it. Not many people enjoy

This strange little bar which has been converted from the toilets gives you a great atmosphere; you’ll find it on your left down some stairs if you head from the Corner house to St Peter’s Square. The fact that it is a renovated public toilet only adds to its quirkiness and charm!

The area is usually quite busy means it can be slightly difficult to get to the bar but you won’t be waiting for a table long and the atmosphere is definitely makes the wait worth while. The Temple is definitely a conversation starter.The bar is famed for its top-notch real ale collection. Not many people take the bar very serious and have a positive impression.

When you visit, you are also likely to find a number of touring celebrity performers sampling some fine ales and listening to the various tunes belting out of the bar’s eclectic jukebox.