The Star and Garter
‘Smile’ on a Saturday night at the Star and Garter behind Piccadilly station. Popular with student fun seekers and the pub veterans. The crowd is so diverse you are guaranteed to have a night that will open your eyes to a new fashion fad or turn you to drinking cider and black.
The Star and Garter is home to one of Manchester's longest running club nights: The Morrissey Smith's disco which takes place on the first Friday of every month.
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