Thursday, December 6, 2007

The Temple, Manchester.

Located on Bridgewater street, this kool pub is a converted Victorian toilet. The prudish Victorians called the loo, "temple of convenience", hence the name. It is a tiny pub, warm and cozy with coral walls and candlelit tables with tulips in lambic bottles. It is the small details that count. Great bitters and German beer on tap-jukebox playing all our favorites, including a bit of Spiritualized.