The Mark Addy, Stanley Street, Salford, M3 5EJ
This venue is currently closed.
This traditional pub, named after a Victorian hero who saved more than fifty souls from drowning in the then-fetid waters of the River Irwell, combines a picturesque riverside location with a cracking menu devised by celebrated local chef Robert Owen Brown. The pub was taken over by Brown in 2009; since then its muscular modern British regional cooking is on top form; it even won the praise of notoriously picky Guardian food critic, Jay Raynor. In line with its locally-sourced menu, the drinks selection features local breweries, with dining or simply drinking available on the riverside terrace. It’s as close as Manchester’s ever likely to get to Venice.
Services and FacilitiesPub, restaurant, riverside terrace, gourmet dinners, events
Commercial and hire servicesAvailable for private functions