Weekends at Odd Bar are a truly ecclectic mix. We don't do things by halves here, and there's plenty to pop down and enjoy once the working week is over.
Thanks to skipping lessons in school (not something we'd recommend) we still haven't learnt to tell the time. Which means our Happy Hour extends far beyond the traditional 90 minutes (that's a joke. We know it's 70).
Happy Hour runs from 5-11pm every Friday. Pop down after work and stay till late – or run home and spruce yourself up for after-dinner drinks and dancing.
You can get cocktails for just £5 (or £6 for the more complex blends), a pint of Amstel for a measly three quid, two bottles of Sol for a fiver or a bottle of wine for just £10.
How's that for kicking your weekend off with a bang?
RnB, Hip Hop, Soul & Funk
Every Friday | 8pm Till Close | Free Entry
Grab a Happy Hour bevvie and party the night away to all the best hip hop tunes. We have top DJ entertainment every Friday night.
The 1st and 3rd Friday of the month, you'll be giddy with the sounds of Manchester's party-scene from DJ Lee Majors, with celeb-spinner, Nic Zube mixing the beats every 2nd and 4th Friday.
Lee is one of the more prominent faces on the Manchester hip hop scene, and in part responsible for bringing Dead Prez and Slum Village to the city. He's also toured with the likes of Xzibit, Action Bronson and Talib Kweli.
Nic Zube has toured and gigged with Blur, Bastille, Clean Bandit and Rudimental. He's also a regular on the festival scene, and achieved BBC Radio 1's 'Record of the week' accolade after the release of a debut single, which went viral.
DJ Leo Menace
Every Saturday | 8pm Till Late | Free Entry
Saturday blows the roof off, with house, funk, RnB and soul – in fact, anything that makes you get up and dance.
Resident Saturday DJ Leo Menace offers a superlative mix of dancefloor filling classics, gems and re-mixes. Menace has a unique sound, which will keep you jiggling your stuff till the wee hours.
A regular in clubs, festivals and parties all over the country, this guy has shaped the sound of Notting Hill Carnival, Tramlines in Sheffield and Sankeys in Manchester.
And now he's shaping your Saturday nights, here at Odd Bar.
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