What a wonderful Place this is, Its always great to find a place that brews there own beer, but when the beer is as good as Marble is, all the better. But this pub is so much more than just a brewery tap. Its a stunning building, great selection, of Marble and other beers, great service and all round great place
2013 visit. Service was above and beyond. Just treated really well. serive up to 10 from 8
Have visited this brewpub, several times. And it is a must-visit place whenever I am in Manchester. Great atmosphere, friendly staff and beers are almost always in good condition. Most beers are off course Marble, but they have a few guests as well. They also have a bottle selection of their special ones. Lovely deco, I can sit and enjoy it for several ½ pints :-).. There is an smaller room in the back as well as a small beer garden. The food is traditionel pub food, with a twist - lovely..
Being such a lovely place, it´s almost always very busy, but be patient, wait and enjoy :-)
as my brother would probably say "a lovely place" .. lots of their beer available, a dozen or more (all but one on cask) .. bottles for go sale also .. nice decor .. back patio and back room for overflow .. decent prices .. cab ride was a fiver so close enough to my central based hotel.. Most definitely recommended!
jackl (740) Minneapolis, Minnesota | December 10, 2012| Updated December 11, 2012
The Marble Arch may have one of the most brilliant pub interiors I’ve ever seen. The tiling in the front room has been wonderfully restored to it’s original splendor, the bar is very pretty too. On my visit, the selection of Marble beers on offer wasn’t particularly strong. They had 4 on cask plus another on keg. I understand they often have more of their own stuff available. Guest beers included stuff from De Molen. The bottle list was decent. The food is very tasty, and of good value. Overall, this place is worth checking out. Not only do Marble make solid beers, but the restoration work of the pub itself is worth a look too.
A wonderful brewery tap set in a lovely old building with a sloping floor that could catch you out. Around 8 to 10 of the brewery’s beers on cask at one time with others available in bottle.The food menu looked extensive though we didn’t eat on this occasion.There was a great atmosphere and although busy towards the end of the afternoon, it was very relaxed.
Time warp pub with a brilliant Victorian tiled decor seemingly unchanged since it opened. This is Marble brewery’s flagship bar which is slightly out from the city centre (but still walkable) so random trade which exemplifies the city centre is low here, nevertheless it can get full at peak times. Excellent for a relaxing drink.
The Marble Arch Inn has a great balance between traditional pub and contemporary beer selection. At the front is a well-kept traditional bar area, then there is a more contemporary dining room past the bar and a decent-sized patio at the back. When we visited they had a rather impressive selection of Marble and some guests (such as Emelisse and Raw) on cask, keg and bottle. There was also a lot of interesting collab brews on with Magic Rock, Quantum and Emelisse. Draft beers are available to take away in cartons. Prices seemed pretty cheap and staff were friendly and knowledgeable. A great place all-round!
A friendly, medium sized brewpub with stylish Victorian exterior and interior. Good range of their own beers on cask and bottles, including vintage bottled ales to take away. Service minded and knowledgeable barmaids. Laidback mood. A must-visit pub, but maybe slightly overrated (visited, 05.07.2012).
pretty nice place. Specially if its a good weather and you can sit outside. most of the beers are marble beers, however the most interesting marble beers are warm and just to buy and take home. they have some good belgian beers.. like orval, saison dupont, catillon and more..