English restaurant in Northern Quarter
56 Tib Street, Manchester, M4 1LX
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The Northern is the latest venue from Manchester impresario John Locke. Set in the former home of The Kings (imagine Shameless crossed with The Twilight Zone and you’re halfway there), The Northern is a slick and modern take on the traditional pub with a fine line in food and a great lineup of evening events including a regular poetry night and a brand new comedy night, Northern Humour.
The interior mixes cosy wood tables with dark reds, creams and themed nooks like the Corrie and Colin Bell snug to create a gastropub that is both stylish and welcoming. The nod to tradition continues into the food menu, with favourites such as The Northern glazed carved ham served with a fried or poached egg, thick cut Lancashire chips and salad for £8.50 or vegetarian moussaka made with layered potatoes, aubergine and courgette in a rich tomato sauce topped with grilled feta cheese for £7.00.
This is a perfect place to while away a Sunday. The roast dinner is served until 7pm and features roast potatoes, honey glazed roast parsnips, Yorkshire pudding, gravy and plenty of homemade sauces alongside the meat and two veg. What’s more, the first Sunday of the month hosts Northern Humour from 9pm, meaning you can chomp and chuckle without having to leave your seat.
For more information, visit www.thenorthernpub.co.uk
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