Browns - Manchester

Browns - Manchester, 1 York Street, Manchester

About Browns - Manchester
Browns - Manchester
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Average Price: £26 to £40
Cuisine: Contemporary British
Dress Code: Smart Casual
v 0.2 miles from Manchester center (as shown on map)
ENJOY THE BUZZ OF BROWNS ANY TIME OF DAY Browns in Manchester is the converted Athenaeum, formerly one of the city’s most famous pubs but originally the imposing banking hall of Parrs Bank. Designed by Charles Heathcote in 1902, it’s a lovely example of Edwardian baroque architecture with some beautiful art nouveau detailing, particularly in the wrought iron work. We’re right at the heart of this friendly and welcoming city centre – and like every Browns restaurant, the atmosphere is lively, the food

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Browns is #284 of 2491 things to do in Manchester

5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
Sat 4 Sep, 2021
l This occasion was everything it should have been, from the elegant tea to the magnificent setting and the very helpful and charming service we received. We really couldn?t fault it.

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: Jonathan B
Fri 3 Sep, 2021
l Our server Kim, was absolutely outstanding and made for a lovely experience. food and drink was to a high standard. Interesting a relaxed atmosphere

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5 of 5 stars5 out of 5
By: CorneliusfudgeGM, Stockport, United Kingdom
Wed 1 Sep, 2021
l Having been frequenting Restaurant Bar & Grill for 20 years, following its closure we needed a new place to enjoy a midweek lunch following hair styling at Trevor Sorbie. Browns is 50 m away. We were...

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Browns - Manchester 1 York Street, Manchester