General manager Stephen Winstanley (centre) with members of his team
General manager Stephen Winstanley (centre) with members of his team
Richard Bell

Irish pub chain creates 30 jobs with new venue at Manchester's Printworks

A new Irish pub has opened in Manchester, creating 30 jobs.

O’Neill’s launched this week (December 4) at the city’s Printworks leisure hub following four weeks of refurbishment works.

The venue will offer live music and sports alongside an Irish-style tavern menu and drinks lineup that includes perennial Irish stout Guinness.

Speaking about bringing the pub brand to the Printworks scheme, general manager Stephen Winstanley said: “We’re bringing something completely new to the Printworks. Myself and the team are confident our easy-going bar, live music and entertainment offer will go down well with all who come to pay us a visit.

“Being ideally located, right in the heart of Manchester’s ever popular Printworks building, our pub is the perfect spot to get together with friends, family or colleagues to relax and unwind over good food amongst a warm and welcoming atmosphere.”

He continued: “Along with our exciting menu we have a fantastic selection of drinks, including our extensive range of craft beers and ciders. O’Neill’s pubs have always been known for live sport, and our brand-new HD video wall will really provide a ‘wow’ factor when watching the big game.”

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