Set in a vast 12,000 square foot, semi-industrial space on the first floor of The Avenue North in Spinningfields, Manchester. Think artist's loft studio meets concrete warehouse: stripped back and raw. Showcasing sculptures, murals and art installations.
Situated in the heart of Castlefield, Manchester, Barca has built a reputation of becoming the most popular hangout place in this area. Barca is now under new management, which means they’ve had a complete refurbishment in the main bar and outdoor area!
Swanky weekend club next at the end of Deansgate, opposite Manchester Cathedral and the MEN Arena, which is a popular haunt for Manchester's elite, celebs and footballers, who can often be seen dancing to the funky house and R&B.
Formally No.15 Wine Bar, The Botanist offers a well stocked cellar of cask-conditioned ales, more than 70 bottled beers and ciders from around the world, a selection of finest Champagnes and an intriguing cocktail menu.
The Botanist offers a well stocked cellar of cask-conditioned ales, more than 40 bottled beers and ciders from around the world, a selection of finest Champagnes and an intriguing cocktail menu. Food comes in the form of a deli-style menu with rotisserie and barbecue. Owned and operated by the New World Trading Company, The Botanist is a concept unlike anything else.
Hidden behind a secret door and decked out with wood panelled walls, antique glassware, and of course, those taxidermy squirrel lights, the First Floor Bar at Cane and Grain is more than a subtle nod to the speakeasy. Drinks are cocktail led, with an emphasis on classics, but the menu also includes award winning creations from the bar’s skilled staff headed by Massimo Zitti.
The top floor of Cane and Grain is inhabited by The Liar’s Club little sister, The Liar’s Lounge - part rum shop, part dive bar, part tiki heaven, it’s a full on party venue that ensures the sun is always shining in Manchester, no matter what the weather is like outside.
The Rib Joint and Tap room is located on the ground floor of Cane and Grain. With its iconic 80’s skate posters, wall of skate deck tiles and limited edition David Bowie skate deck (given pride of place on a wall of its own), the ground floor bar is an homage to the site’s previous owner - seminal skate shop and free-party venue, Cast.
Located in the beating heart of Salfords media City UK, the Dockyard is a 21st century local pub with an 80 seater beer terrace and views of Media city, the waterfront and the quirky architecture of the Lowry theatre and the Imperial war museum it really offers one of the most unique outdoor drinking experiences in Salford and Manchester.
The second Dockyard pub to grace Greater Manchester located on the Left Bank of the River Irwell. The aim is simple- to provide Manchester city centre with a 21st century local, the pub boasts a 100 seater riverside beer terrace in which to enjoy some of the best beers currently being produced in Manchester.
Opened in December 2012 by the same people as NoHo, next door. This is a true Northern Quarter speakeasy, concealed behind the vintage guitars and televisions on display in the metal-barred windows of an old-fashioned pawnbroker's shop. Specialising in bourbon whiskies, the cocktails are amongst the best in Manchester and a free jukebox offers classic soul, blues, folk and rock.
Take advantage of this exclusive discount at the most popular pub in the Northern Quarter, opposite the new-look Arndale Market. As the name suggests, it's the most 'English' of venues with leather sofas, bookshelves, prints on the walls and lots of dark wood setting the tone for you to sup the wide variety of traditional cask ales, extensive wine list and tuck into great British food
Manchester's best kept secret, Épernay Champagne Bar is quietly nestled within the heart of Manchester City Centre. The friendly and knowledgeable staff will assist you in choosing from a comprehensive range of over 100 rare and vintage Champagnes and 30 wines.
Gaucho Manchester is a majestic, multi-level restaurant and cocktail bar set inside an old Methodist church. With the original organ at the helm, this is a venue steeped in history. From the open kitchen to the Art Deco glass panelled ceiling, it’s a feast for the eyes as well as the tastebuds.
Australasia Bar and Garden is an extension of Australasia - a contemporary colonial oasis in the heart of Spinningfields. Combining modern Australian cuisine and Pacific Rim flavours with a wealth of delicious cocktails, Australasia Bar and Garden offers a lighter side of the Australasia experience.