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O’Neill’s Printworks Manchester

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Craic-ing new bar – O’Neill’s

Manchester’s brand new Irish pub, O’Neill’s Printworks, has opened following four weeks of extensive works.

O’Neill’s pubs are renowned as a hub for live music and sports and their new Printworks bar offers a comforting food menu for visitors to enjoy the easy –going Irish style tavern. Guests will also be able to tuck into freshly made stone-baked pizzas, 21 day aged steaks, mouth-watering ‘low and slow’ meat and rib options, as well as mix and match tapas including drunken mushrooms, pulled brisket croquettes and buttermilk boneless chicken pieces.


No Irish pub is complete without Guinness and at the new O’Neill’s Printworks there’s plenty to go around. But to accompany the popular stout, visitors will also be greeted with an extensive thirst-quenching drinks menu, boasting a wide selection of craft, beers, ales and ciders.

Speaking about bringing O’Neill’s Irish Bar to the Printworks, General Manager Stephen Winstanley said: “It’s been fantastic seeing the pub coming together. We can’t wait to welcome everyone and see our guest’s reactions.

“We’re bringing something completely new to the Printworks. Myself and the team are confident that our easy-going bar, live music and entertainment offer will go down well with all who come to pay us a visit.

“Being ideally located right in the heart of Manchester’s ever popular Printworks building, our pub is the perfect spot to get together with friends, family or colleagues to relax and unwind over good food amongst a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

“Along with our exciting menu we have a fantastic selection of drinks, including our extensive range of craft beers and ciders. O’Neill’s pubs have always been known for live sport and our brand-new HD video wall will really provide a ‘wow’ factor when watching the big game.”

Work on the refurbishment was undertaken by Spatialized, a multi-disciplined design studio with expert design experience in many sectors. From inception to finalisation, they will lead you through all of your design, project management and cost control needs. Based in the North of England, Spatialized create amazing spaces across the length and breadth of the UK and beyond.

Following the extensive refurbishment and significant investment made at the pub, 30 new jobs were created for the local area with the team ready to pull pints and serve delicious food to guests.

For more information about the O’Neill’s Printworks please visit or call 0161 839 0605.


PDS Design & Build

PDS Design & Build is a leading contractor specialising in interior fit-out solutions for the hospitality sector, covering hotels, restaurants, bars and more. This year, PDS Design & Build celebrates its 20th anniversary, but across the PDS Group it is backed by over 60 years of quality experience gained from repeat clients.

PDS Design & Build feel proud and very fortunate to have developed a prestigious portfolio of projects, with schemes for Mitchells & Butlers, Greene King/Spirit Pub Co, Stonegate Pub Co, Restaurant Group, Marstons, Admiral Taverns and Punch Pub Co. Other clients who have entered the casual dining arena include Tesco Hospitality, David Lloyd Leisure, SSP and New River Retail, as well as various university campuses.

Most recently, PDS Design & Build was appointed by Mitchells & Butlers to be the principal contractor on O’Neill’s within Printworks, Manchester. PDS Design & Build were responsible for the entire project, ensuring all construction-related issues were dealt with assiduously.

Andy Taylor, Managing Director of PDS Design & Build, said:

“Every M&B project is important to us – our association goes back as long as we’ve been in business and for me personally, even further!

“M&B are not just a client; they’ve been a mentor to us as a fledgling company. The journey has been long and mutually fruitful, and working on their excellent collection of brands fills me with pride.”

Andy added:

“At PDS Design & Build we pride ourselves on our ‘can do’ attitude and we like to think our clients know this when they appoint us.

“Clients have become very demanding, particularly over the last decade. Not only do they expect perfection, the delivery of an interior solution is now incredibly challenging on many fronts. Key aspects are quality of workmanship, health and safety standards, challenging working environments and situations, all against a backdrop of reduced contract periods.

“Our ethos is to ensure that every project wherever possible is successfully handed over on time and on budget, allowing our clients to get on with their business.”


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