Below are our results for Pub in Didsbury. Independent businesses are generally accompanied by a green icon and those where we know the location will appear on a map.
tel: 0161 446 4190
Also known to Didsbury residents as The Old Cock, Ye olde Cock has ticked along nicely as a public house for decades. Other than a short period as a Loch Fyne fish restaurant, the pub has always sold a wide selection of ales, wines and pub grub.
tel: 0161 445 5322
Free monkey nuts, and that's just one of the many reasons to give The Dog and Partridge a visit. Real ales including regular guest ales, a weekly pub quiz and several big screens to sport.
tel: 0161 448 7951
The Woodstock is set back from the busy Barlow Moor Road in West Didsbury. Their bar is crammed with a huge selection of ales, lagers, bottles, wines and spirits and if you're lucky you may even find the odd board game or two. Two floors and plenty of seating, plus a beer garden.
tel: 0161 434 5118
What you see is what you get with The Nelson. A small, busy and vibrant pub which offers real ales at sensible prices and the odd karaoke night here and there. Friendly and reasonably priced.
tel: 0161 434 4788
The Royal Oak offers a good selection of real ale in central Didsbury. At lunchtime you can try their famous cheese and pate boards which offer a selection of cheeses, pate and a chunk of bread.
tel: 0161 438 2332
A West Didsbury institution full of style and character, serving excellent, home-cooked food, with plenty of seating inside & out for diners and drinkers alike.
tel: 0161 434 7085
A traditional pub position right in the centre of Didsbury Village. Showing many of the major sports events on big screens, with real ale and pub grub available.
tel: 0161 438 0073
Often seen as a refuge from the noisier sides of the Didsbury Village nightlife, The Fletcher Moss is a friendly traditional pub hidden away just behind Didsbury Village. The Hydes Brewery pub sells a good selection of drinks but does not serve food.
tel: 0161 445 9761
A tiny little pub in the middle of Didsbury Village. Opposite The Sanctuary, it's friendly and welcoming with a selection of ales.
tel: 0161 445 5389
The Didsbury has been around since its location was the centre of Didsbury Village. Situated on Didsbury Green, which is now mostly its beer garden, The Didsbury used be known as The Ring O' Bells.
tel: 0161 445 9839
Situated on the other side of Lapwing Lane from The Metropolitan, the smaller Railway is often a great refuge from the crowds on busy nights. Regular music and event nights.