Mild Magic – missing marvels?

Quick bleg for Manc and Stopfordian readers, and anyone else doing MM in particular: where am I missing? I’ve only got a few spaces left to fill in – are there any absolutely stunning pubs I’ve missed out?

I’ve been to…

All Saints, Alti, Broadheath, Chorlton, Chorlton Green, Didsbury, Didsbury West, Fallowfield, Heaton Norris E, Heaton Norris W, Manchester (all 7 areas), OT, Portwood, Rusholme, Sale, Sale North, Salford, Stockport (all 3 areas) and Withington.

No Spoons or Hyde’s pubs please. (Spoons – not great pubs, or very rarely; Hyde’s – I give up, I just don’t like the beer.)



  1. John
    Posted 11 May, 2012 at 10:08 am | Permalink | Reply

    The New Victoria in Longsight.
    Not necessarily a stunning pub, but a very pleasant surprise considering how unwelcoming the outside looks and the Oakwell Dark Mild is well worth the trip for.

    Davenport Arms in Woodford is also well worth a visit if you can stomach another Robinsons – very nice pub.

    White Lion in Disley – sup the mild quick and then try the rest of their range!
    Navigation at Buxworth nice canalside pub and the Dog & Partridge at Bridgemont – nice Sunday lunch. (In fact if get a nice day there’s a pleasant mild magic crawl to be had from Whalley Bridge to Disley via the canal).

    And of course you’ve not been to Stalybridge Buffet on this round although would expect you’ve visited it before.

  2. ChrisM
    Posted 11 May, 2012 at 2:19 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Cheadle Hulme for a good pint of Holts?

  3. John Clarke
    Posted 11 May, 2012 at 7:44 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Train to Chinley. Walk to Old Hall at Whitehougt. Walk down Peak Tramway Trail to Buxworth and the Navigation. Walk down canal to Dog & Partrodge at Bridgemnot. Bus to Disley and White Horse. That should do it I think.

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