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About Pie and Ale

Manchester’s Pie and Ale is serving some of best British specialities in the city. Brought to you by the same folks who established the beloved Bakerie, Pie & Ale is a Manchester restaurant and bar serving traditional English pies and exotic meats like zebra and crocodile. This comfortable restaurant and pub, which features exposed brick walls and sleek modern lighting, offers a wide range of craft beers, plus a lengthy menu of whisky and spirits. Pie & Ale can be found along Lever Street, situated just off of Stevenson’s Square in the Northern Quarter.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 12:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
12:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Pie and Ale
Unit 1 & 2, The Hive, 47 Lever Street, Northern Quarter
Manchester M11FN

Menu Highlights


Light Bites

Spiced Sweet Potato Cake (Vegan)

Baked sweet potato cake cooked with onions, garlic, chiili, cumin, smoked paprika and cayenne pepper served with a pot of red pepper hummus

Baked Camembert (Veg)

A wheel of creamy baked camembert served with chutney and dipping toast

Volcanic Hot Wings

Coated in a volcanic hot fruity habanero/scotch bonnet sauce served with celery and a blue cheese dip. Warning these are super hot…. We warned you!!!!!!



a12oz kangaroo patty with chilli, lime and coriander served in a creamy mash potato filled light filo pastry shell topped with smoked bacon, Shropshire blue, crisp salad and pear

Soy Salmon

a light soy, zingy lime and chilli marinated salmon fillet, served in a light crisp filo pastry shell layered with wasabi mash and topped with fresh beetroot, spring onion and crisp rocket

Wild Boar and Mozzarella

Wild boar, sage and apple meatballs, sat in a mash potato filled short crust pastry shell drizzled with our house made smoked apple BBQ sauce and topped with melted buffalo mozzarella and crisp rocket.


3 Cheese & Onion Marmalade (Veg)

Mature cheddar, creamy goats cheese and a sharp and tangy blue stilton all cooked with celery, leeks, garlic and a sweet sticky red onion marmalade

Steak & Yipee Pie Ale

British beef steak cooked with celery, carrots, silverskin onions, porcini mushroom, garlic, rosemary and horseradish in a yipee pie ale gravy

Game & Smoked Porter

A selection of braised british wild game cooked with pancetta, onion, celery, root veg, garlic, thyme and sherry vinegar in a rich smoked porter gravy


Vanilla Ice Cream

Served with candied walnuts and toffee sauce

Cherry and Apple Pie (Vegan)

Spiced apple and rum soaked dark cherries encased in sweet shortcrust pastry served with vanilla ice cream

Dark Chocolate and Yipee Pie Ale Cake

A rich dark chocolate and our house ale sponge cake served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce

More about Pie and Ale, Manchester

‘It’s all about the pie’ is the motto over at Pie & Ale in Manchester, where diners can indulge in some of the city’s best traditional British eats, fine craft beers and exotic meats. With two bars offering eight different cask ales from local craft breweries, plus Pie & Ale’s own Yippee Pie Ale, this local establishment offers a cosy rustic setting in which to knock a couple back with good friends and great food. Its location in Manchester’s hip Northern Quarter near the city centre makes it the perfect location for an evening out to remember.

As their motto states, it really is all about pies at Pie & Ale in the Northern Quarter. Some favourites off the food menu here at Pie & Ale include the steak & yippee ale pie, the hunters pheasant pie, and the exotic game pie, stuffed full of wild boar, venison and pheasant. Vegetarians are also taken care of here and are encouraged to try the vegan white bean, kale and butternut squash pie or the three cheese and ale pie. Aside from pies, Pie & Ale offers up an array of bar snacks like hot buffalo wings and sticky pork bites, as well as desserts such as the decadent dark cherry and pancetta brownie served with vanilla ice cream. Don’t wait any longer to indulge in the city’s finest pies and beer at Pie & Ale in Manchester, found along Lever Street in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

137 Pie and Ale Reviews

137 Reviews
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Good value
Noise levels:Pleasant
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Joe H.a month ago · 3 reviews

Great food and beer, well priced with good service. Rabbit pie was excellent, as was the mash and mushy peas. Would definitely recommend and will visit again.

James G.3 months ago · 1 review

it's seriously tasty pie & ale – what's not to like? I'd also recommend the dirty mash. Really friendly staff, efficient and well worth visiting, especially when it's cold

Pamela D.3 months ago · 1 review

The food was very tasty, with great options for vegetarians. Quick and friendly service. My beer was lovely too. Loved it so much, I’m going again this weekend.

Ted R.3 months ago · 4 reviews

Great pie as always. Good selection of ales and a cool atmosphere to go with it. Perfect for formal and informal times, after work or on a night

Zoë C.a year ago · 1 review

We've been to Pie and Ale a few times now and always been impressed. The food is wonderful, there's plenty of option and it we all enjoyed what we had. Although this trip we did have a rather long wait for the food even though they weren't too busy which is why I've not given full marks. The main reason we chose Pie and Ale is because they always serve a vegan option so as well as the rest of the group enjoying themselves I loved that it was easy for me to find something to eat too. None of us were happy they charge extra to swap mash fir wedges though, as the pies are already charged a decent amount. The atmosphere is really friendly and laid back and the staff all seem happy and will do whatever they can to help you. Would highly recommend!

Bev C.2 years ago · 1 review

This was our first visit to Pie and Ale and we took our daughter and partner there for an early evening meal. The food was really good and I would recommend the steak pie with red cabbage pie topping. The portion sizes were really generous so there was no room for any pudding. There was a good choice of ale and the wine was very reasonably priced. The staff were really friendly and attentive. We will definitely go back and would recommend this restaurant to our friends.

Phil P.2 years ago · 1 review

Went to Pie and Ale with a large party, and there was mixed reaction to the food. Some people really enjoyed the meals, but others including myself felt that there wasn't enough content. The pies had little meat in them, and it was only the sauce that provided any flavour. I thought that the portions were also on the small side, particularly given that we want plenty of food to soak up the beer, as that's what the combination of pie and ale is all about, isn't it?

Jonathon B.2 years ago · 6 reviews

This was my second visit. I had a couple of friends over and thought I'd introduce them to Pie and Ale,they weren't disappointed and really appreciated the selection of beers on offer. Our server was very knowledgeable about the different ales and help us make delicious selections.

Kate P.8 months ago · 1 review

The staff were friendly and helpful, but the meal came out cold the 1st time after we had waited 30 mins then another 20 mins later for it to be rectified... it was still not as hot as it should have been. The pie (I had venison and Stilton my husband had steak and yippee pie ale) was really good but the mash and gravy lukewarm. I was looking forward to this evening out so I felt a bit disappointed. Staff were apologetic and quite rushed off their feet. They were very busy with an NFL game so I will try again, hopefully they won’t be as busy and the meal won’t be cold.

Tony B.a year ago · 1 review

Fabulous pies and really good beer selection. The staff were excellent and all our party of 8 thought Pie and Ale was a place well worth a revisit as a party