The Harlequin openend in 2007, having previously been known as the Manchester, which did not have a good reputation, but is now and excellent addition and good starting point to the Real Ale Trial.
There is a wide range of real ales and ciders on sale at very reasonable prices. The staff are very friendly and helpful and the general atmosphere in the pub is also friendly. The pub is spacious and you should usually have no problem getting a seat. There is a dartboard and regular live music and good, cheap food.
This place has a nice look and feel to it. A real pub, but perhaps not quite the cosiest.
Lots of ciders, several beers and some decent music.
History of water damage.
I love this pub, it was renovated in early 2007. However it was flooded in June 2007 and renovated again.
Its was formerly The Manchester before all of the renovations.
It has a really good friendly atmosphere and a great range of real ale at very modest prices. The pub hosts live music regularly. The bar staff are friendly along witht the landladys dogs which are often in the pub. It has a nice little beer garden.
The food here is very good too, excellent prices and good home made food.
Recently renovated and taken over by new management The Harlequin used to be known as the Manchester. As it is now it's a far superior pub. It has a fantastic range of real ale at very modest prices. The pub hosts live music regularly. The bar staff are friendly. It has a nice little beer garden. Inside the pub there is plenty of space and it seats quite a number of customers. Defo a good starting point for the Kelham Island pub crawl. Also serves very good food.
Very nice pub with books and newspapers to read, I called here recently an could not decide of what to drink (there's that much choice!) the friendly bar lady recommended a cheap but great lager. I had a pint of 'The Harlequin' and really enjoyed it as well as the music, rock and rock-blues music was coming out of the speakers perfect while I was looking through the newspapers.
Good ales and cider, but choose carefully. Good looking menu too, but shame about dogs on the premises, yuck
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