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Corey's Catsup and Mustard Restaurant

Earle May 23, 2008 05:21 PM

Located on Main St. in down town Manchester. I just came from there a short time ago and had to send in a post. I had one of there burgers which was quite good, large and cooked just right. Also had the reg. fries which also were very good, a nice touch to the fries were that they were served in a small deep fryer basket which was a nice touch. The beer was cold , they have a nice amount of different drafts to chose from which is nice. The wait staff was friendly and attentive. The place has a nice atmospheres, lively and friendly people at the bar. Over all I would say the experience was worth the trip and I would go back again soon. The only negative thing was that I didn't care for the coleslaw. It was rather bland. no particular flavor to speak off. Maybe they can work on that. Earle ct.

  1. goodbyeohio May 24, 2008 06:24 AM

    thanks for the post, earle.. manchester is an unexplored territory for me. i'll put this on the list with the canadian poutine diner which i can never seem to get to!


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      ratbuddy May 24, 2008 04:28 AM

      Don't miss Pastrami on Wry as well, same owners IIRC. I don't work in Manchester any more so didn't get a chance to try Catsup.. Where exactly is it?

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      1. re: ratbuddy
        Earle May 24, 2008 07:43 AM

        This is the web site for Ketsup and Mustard. with the address. http://www.catsupandmustard.com/

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        littlepiggie May 23, 2008 09:16 PM

        Thanks for the review Earle! I have friends who live in Manchester who love Catsup & Mustard, and who are very excited about having the restaurant in town instead of another chain. I will have to check it out soon!

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