It’s hard to believe that the legend, which is the Hard Rock Cafe, only began in London during the seventies. It seems that it has been part of the fabric of the bar scene forever. The bar is a perfect place to enjoy a drink from 2 people to 450.
This bouteque pub inside the historic Mitre Hotel dates back to 1815. Located in the square of old pubs around Manchester Cathedral, its perfectly placed with the MEN Arena, Printworks and designer stores all on the doorstep.
Situated in the heart of the cosmopolitan Spinningfields, The Oast House is the perfect setting for anyone looking sip Champagne and guzzle beers from a vast seasonal selection of a well-stocked cellar that caters for all tastes.
On the edge of the city centre, you'll find the RBG cocktail bar at the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel with its suntrap terrace, perfect for summer drinking. With the MEN Arena located just across the road, it's a popular pre-concert destination.
Situated in a 116-year-old Grade II listed building, Rosso isn’t your average city centre bar and its opulent surroundings make for a luxurious and refined experience.The Rosso bar team have crafted a drinks list of the finest products from around the world.
Suede is Manchester's biggest VIP super club, located just off Deansgate. Attracting a style conscious crowd every weekend. The club offers an indulgent clubbing experience, the large dance floor plays host to hundreds of partygoers listening to the best in RnB, Hip Hop and House.
Tattu’s opulent bar is located on the ground floor of the venue, the decor takes inspiration from nautical influences of body art, with suspended anchors and woven rope lighting above the leather booths and tables. The extensive cocktail menu has been created to offer customers a fresh and exciting take on classic cocktail combinations.
Welcome to the jungle, Take a walk on the wild side, explore legendary party spaces. Go wild in the Groovy Wonderland or unwind in one of our exotic cocktail bars. Discover the wonders of Tiger Tiger Manchester, with 8 uniquely themed rooms, each one brimming with attitude, quirkiness and a sense of mischievous fun.
Traditional pub food is available daily, with Fish & Chips, Rump Steak. and Sausage & Mash proving to be favourites. Being a Marstons pub, the Tollgate has a large selection of cask ales to choose from with EPA being the house bitter, inviting you to be a frequent visitor.
Twenty Twenty Two is a unique bar, ping pong room and events space in the heart of the Northern Quarter, it offers more than the standard bar experience. Initially devised to be a blank canvas, the venue has grown into its own lane and developed its own aesthetic, taking direct influence from the city itself.
Cocktail bar and eaterie on Burton Road in the heart of picturesque West Didsbury. The bar sits on the site of the old Hibbert’s butcher shop which had lay derelict for 18 years. After falling in love with the building and a 3-month building project the building has been transformed it into a drinking den for the charming people of West Didsbury and beyond.
Stunning traditional British canalside pub opened in Castlefield, July 2012, by quality local operator Brunning & Price. Two floors of hidden alcoves, galleries and and a large outside patio with views over the canal basin make this one of the most beautiful places to drink in the city centre. As well as a large boules court, it also boasts 12 cask ales, over 50 wines and 100 malt whiskies.
With bar stools made from tree trunks, a simple hanging piece of wood used as an outdoor sign and beautiful platter boards made from rare Mexican wood you don't need any more reasons to take a look inside this brand new bar.
Opened during May 2013 in the building behind its sister bar Bakerie, this excellent pie and ale bar is the perfect place to try new ales and eat unique pies all made in house. Bakerie Pie and Ale has a weekly changing menu., always something new to try!
Take advantage of these exclusive offers at the Winner of 'The Best Pub in Manchester' title for the past 2 years. This tardis-like boozer next to The Bridgewater Hall is popular with musicians from the Halle & BBC Philharmonic orchestras and boasts over 200 whiskeys, great ales, a beer garden and roaring fires.