It’s one of the city’s best beer gardens.
We always knew a summer of (almost) freedom was going to be epic, but now, Manchester has been blessed with yet another fantastic outdoor boozing space – this time, at O’Shea’s. 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.
Offering fully covered seating to beat the elements on the rainier days, the fantastic beer garden boasts ample seating – with plenty of sun-soaked space throughout for guests to enjoy. It’s the perfect, open-air setting for a pint of Guinness (gotta stay on-theme, of course), ice-cold cocktail or a refreshing craft ale, with local street food 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 summer – kicking off with the Euros of course – with ticketed seating allowing groups of up to six to enjoy watching England bring it home.
The co-owner said of the site: “This is for the people and for the city. We celebrate a return for hospitality and have been given the opportunity to utilise an amazing new outdoor space to come back.
“The beers are cold and the welcome is warm. We have missed you all dearly and we can’t wait to see you in the garden!”
Offering live music on a frequent basis for guests to enjoy, the beer garden is about for three more weeks only – with a grand closing planned for Sunday 11th July. O’Shea’s will be freshening up their programme of food, drink, music and sport for the last few weeks, which you can find out more about on their website here.
O’Shea’s Beer Garden is open Thursday-Sunday, and you can find it at M12 6HW.
[Featured image: O’Shea’s]