100 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 5JW
The Temple of Convenience, known simply as Temple to the regulars, is a mancunian drinking establishment founded over 20 years ago.
It can be found in a grade 2 listed converted Victorian public toilet in the shadow of the Principle Hotel. Boasting a surprisingly wide range of continental beers, spirits, and wines for a bar its size, Temple is a place easily overlooked to the untrained eye, but with a rich musical history which is well documented on the mechanical jukebox.
Don't be fooled by its humble appearances, Temple is an essential destination for drinkers from around the world.
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