Spring is almost in the air, and like we weren’t already excited enough, O’Shea’s fantastic outdoor boozing space is finally returning. Taking up residence in Ardwick, near Piccadilly Station, the huge beer garden is O’Shea’s second here in Manchester – with their original Irish pub sitting on Princess Street within the city centre. And just like their first, the new spot doesn’t disappoint. In fact, it was pretty bloomin’ popular last summer.
Celebrating St Patrick’s Day in style after two years without any celebrations in Manchester, the beer garden will offer fully covered seating to beat the elements on the rainier days, with ample seating throughout the fantastic (now indoor, technically speaking) beer garden. It’s the perfect setting for a pint of Guinness (gotta stay on-theme, of course), ice-cold cocktail or a refreshing craft ale, with local street food from Eat New York also on offer to fill up on when you’re feeling a bit peckish.
If that wasn’t enough already, the venue is also hosting live sports throughout the two-week St. Paddy’s festival – helping us truly get into the spirit of the Irish celebrations.
Paul Mackey, co-owner of O’Sheas said: “Once again this is for the people and for the city. We celebrate a return for the long awaited St Patrick’s Day celebration and we promise to fit that 2 year wait into a fun packed 2 weeks. The beers are cold and the welcome is warm. We have missed you all dearly and we can’t wait to see you at the festival!”
Table bookings for the festival are open now, and you can reserve yours here before they’re gone. For Paddy’s Day itself, tickets are required, and you can pick up yours here.
[Featured image: O’Shea’s]