The appeal of Mulligans spans the generations. Dating from 1859, it is the oldest Irish pub in Manchester and offers a wide range of entertainment that is as diverse as the clientele itself. Situated on Southgate, halfway between Bridge Street and King Street West, you will be greeted with the warmest of Celtic welcomes. Mulligans prime location, just off Deansgate, makes it equally suitable for a quick bite to eat or a longer stay to watch your favourite sport. Unlike the majority of the franchised chain Irish pubs, Mulligans is an authentic Irish Pub owned and run by real Irish people. Extremely popular for its traditional, hearty Irish food, authentic dishes, all freshly cooked on the premises, created using the finest Irish sourced produce. Every Sunday you will find Irish Traditional music being played live on-stage from 7pm ‘til 1am, with regular musicians including Keiran Cunningham and Eimear Bradley. Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, again from 9pm ‘til 1am, you can catch the best local bands with something to appeal to virtually every musical taste. Devotees of the Dark Stuff will be pleased to note that Mulligans is reputed to sell more Guinness that any other private hostelry in the North of England. Indeed, the Irish Post listed Mulligans in the top 3 pubs for Guinness in the UK!