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Dukes 92 was originally a stable block for the horses delivering foods off barges to the Merchants warehouse opposite. From stable to staple, undoubtedly the diamond in Manchester's cultural crown, serving laid-back lunches and libations since 1991.
First time visiting duke 92 so wasn't sure what to expect, the bar was very busy but despite this we was served straight away by Dan. He's defo the best bar man ever ! He might have the dashing good looks, but he's definitely got...More
Around 3 pm on a sunday in winter is best. Wine is great, live music was very good and its the only time you can hear each other talking. Any other time tends to mimic a 1920,s movie with peoples lips moving but no conversation...More
Been here several times with both friends & family and on every most recent occasion it’s been an absolute nightmare!
Cannot get served at the bar and when you do the bar staff are vile and rude! They all need proper customer service training and...More
Date of visit: November 2018
chloes1723, Manager at Dukes 92, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
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Visited on Thursday lunch for dinner with my wife. She struggled with the menu choice and asked for a starter to be converted into a main meal of shredded Duck, This was agreed but on arrival all she got was 2 starters on 1 plate....More
Visited here on a Saturday evening, there were 4 of us in our group and we were seated in a large booth which was great. Restaurant was very loud which we didn't mind, although this might not be too everyone's taste - Loud music and...More
Visited with family for a late lunch. We ordered the pepperoni and ‘Nduja pizza, fish and chips, sirloin steak, flat iron cheese burger and guacamole salsa. The ‘Nduja Pizza had almost no ‘Nduja on it which was disappointing, the fish was very thick stodgy batter...More
Called in with my son for a beer early on Sunday lunchtime .The surroundings inside where lovely. Nice beer for around £5ish a pint served by a very courteous barman. (a tall dark gentleman). We certainly recommend to give it a try if your in...More
What a great place very welcoming indeed, our son treated us to lunch he had pre booked a table and I am sure that's the best thing to do has the place was busy at 2.30pm when we were there.The food was very nice and...More