For A Complete Renovation One Of Manchester’s Most Loved Public Houses Is Closing.

 Mulligans on Southgate, just off Deansgate in the heart of our city, will be closed from the 2nd February to the 6th to undergo a complete facelift.

Mulligans Irish Pub in Manchester is one of our city’s most treasured drinking holes. Renowned for having one of the friendliest pub atmospheres, attentive staff and the best pint of Guinness in Manchester, it is arguably the best Irish Pub in Manchester. Loved by patrons and celebrities alike, you can regularly bump into the likes of Bryan Robson, Paul Scholes, Jimmy Anderson and Ricky Hatton sampling Manchester’s finest pint of black and taking in the atmosphere.

Starting Monday, Mulligans will be closed to the public and the renovation work will begin to transform this much loved Manchester pub into the go-to city centre tavern for live sport, live music and quality food.

There is much to love about this city centre public house and once the renovation work is complete there will be a whole lot more to love. Mulligans has been long been adored by Mancunians and tourists alike and with this renovation may this relationship last for many more years.

Mulligans will be re-opening its doors to the public at 1pm on Friday 6th February.