Dive is a local neighbourhood bar based in the Northern Quarter, with everything from live DJ’s and entertainment to bites, beats and liquor; this is the perfect place to go to day or night. From lunch-time offers to afterwork drink deals, there’s something for everyone in their hub.
You'll find these
offers at Living Ventures huge semi-industrial restaurant
in Spinningfields, just around the corner from The
Opera House. Think artist's loft studio meets concrete
warehouse with rustic handmade dishes served straight
from the flames of the grill.
Enjoy exciting European dishes prepared by Head Chef Michael Campbell and his team, using only the best locally sourced produce. Treat yourself to their afternoon tea and enjoy an assortment of classic finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and a selection of homemade cakes with loose-leaf tea and a glass of Prosecco on arrival. Dine with friends and family in the evening at the informal yet elegant Michael Campbell at City Café restaurant.
It all started here back in 1996 when Revolution Oxford Road first opened its doors and was not only the very first Revolution bar in the estate but also the first dedicated vodka bar in the country. After evolving through the decades they are now renowned for their fantastic cocktails, delicious food and not forgetting their very own Vodka Flavours.
family ran restaurant in the Northern
Quarter uses only locally sourced, fresh ingredients
and a unique cooking technique in its expression of modern French
cuisine. Head Chef Eric Moreau cooks meat long and low
at 63°, a skill he perfected after many years of experimentation
working at 2 star Michelin restaurants in Paris,
meaning poultry tastes like you've never tasted it before,
incomparably tender and full of flavour. His wife Florence
and son Alexandre take care front of house..
legendary first branch of what was later to become a national
chain, has remained the restaurant and bar of choice for
many of Manchester’s finest since it first opened in
1991. Located on Deansgate, close to the shops and the Manchester
Arena, there is a choice of dining areas; the lively restaurant
and bar on the ground floor, which offers a relaxed space
for exploring the internationally influenced a la carte menu,
or the more intimate and luxurious Dining Room on the first
floor, which boasts a a totally intimate, high class service.
the perfect combination of a restaurant and a bar, this recently
beautifully renovated Northern
Quarter favourite, from the same people behind
Cord and Wood, offers delicious homemade food, which includes
salads, sandwiches, burgers and an evening a la carte menu.
Decked out with leather booths for larger groups and smaller
tables for intimate drinks and dining, it's one of the nicest
venues in the Northern
in Spinningfields in
April 2015, this incredibly stunning Oriental restaurant
takes its influence from different styles of body art, and
this is reflected in everything from the captivating Edwin
Pickett designed interior to the expertly crafted Andrew
Lassetter created menu. Both the Head Chef and Head Dim Sum
Chef have been sourced from London's
renowned Hakkasan Group and the whole dining experience is,
without doubt, one of the best in Manchester city centre.
fantastic sister restaurant to Steve Pilling and Simon Stanley's
multi-award winning restaurant in Heaton Moor, this 140 cover British fine-dining
restaurant at Media
City offers these great deals, arguably the
best Sunday lunch around, and great views of The
Lowry and Imperial War Museum North, next door,
Trafford just a short walk over the footbridge.
out-of-this-world £4.5 million Thai influenced Asian fusion restaurant near the City
Of Manchester Stadium in Miles Platting, just
10 mins taxi ride from Piccadilly Station, is the most spectacular
restaurant and bar to have ever opened in Manchester. Like
something out of a James Bond movie, the incredibly impressive
dining arena is without doubt one of the best in Europe and
was designed by Miguel Cancio Martins, the design house behind
the famous Buddha Bar in Paris,
the Alain Ducasse Crystal restaurant in Marrakech and Johnny
Depp, Sean Penn, John Malkovich and Mick Hucknall's Man Ray
together authentic American food, quality cocktails, and
boutique 10-pin bowling... all with a large helping of retro
glamour, the Great Northern Warehouse destination is perfect
for dining before your show, with the AMC cinema, Opera
House, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Central and Palace
on the doorstep. A Josper Grill is used to cook luxurious
Chateaubriand and whole grilled lobsters, Truffled Mac &
Cheese, full racks of baby back ribs, Popcorn Squid and Navajo
bread with Baba Ganoush. Choose to eat in the 50s style US
diner or even order food as you bowl... This is not a bowling
alley restaurant, it's a restaurant with lanes! Over 18s only
• STEAK, LOBSTER & BOTTLE OF PROSECCO FOR TWO for £45
• 2 COURSES from £20
The restaurant features modern European cuisine using the finest produce and seasonal ingredients sourced from the surrounding regions of Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire. The best regional produce is complemented by an exceptional wine list from classic European vineyards and New World estates Located in the atmospheric lower level dining room, the ABode Restaurant serves definitive fine dining in Manchester.
can find these special offers at Rio Ferdinand's plush Italian
restaurant and celebrity haunt at the top of Manchester's prestigious
King Street, located in a stunning 120-year-old Grade II listed
building. Given the number of Rolls Royces and supercars that
sit out, you'll be surprised to find the menu is reasonably
priced and offers a wide selection of pizzas, pastas, steaks
and freshly prepared fish dishes, including some named after
United legend himself. Live jazz, soul and swing music
add a touch of class.
Capturing the essence of football in the restaurant and their menu. Creating a fun, relaxed dining experience influenced by the spirit of the game. Football fans and foodies alike can appreciate a diverse, well-rounded menu with some subtle nods to the beautiful game.
Not taking themselves too seriously, but what they do take seriously is the guest experience. Ensuring every visitor to Café Football feels home, whilst experiencing something a little bit different at the same time.
With its stunning waterside setting overlooking Salford Quays, whether it’s a relaxed lunch or dinner out, Pier Eight offers a perfect combination of exceptional service, fantastic seasonally inspired contemporary British dishes and phenomenal views.
authentic family ran Spanish restaurant is already popular
with the footballers of Manchester
United and Manchester
City despite opening quietly under the radar in December
2014. Executive Chef Josetxo Arrieta hails from a background
which includes two 3 Star Michelin restaurants in San Sebastian,
(Restaurante Akelarre and Restaurante Martín Berasategui)
and the 2 Star Michelin Restaurante La Galupein in Urt, France.
The menu changes daily and covers many Spanish favourites,
including tapas and rice dishes, alongside fresh fish and
At La Viña they are passionate about their home-cooked Spanish cuisine, prepared for you by a team of experienced chefs from all regions of Spain. They also offer an extensive range of Spanish Wines, Sherries and Cavas to compliment your meal. So, whether you are looking for a quick drink and a bite to eat before you hit the town, want a leisurely drink in the bar, or are celebrating a special occasion and are looking for the perfect place, La Viña is a unique and ideal choice.
restaurant, in the heart of the city, is a classic
mix of signature pieces – soft leather
sofas, cosy booths and larger sharing tables, with
two outside terraces; a great space for any time of
Enjoy big savings at
the superb Japanese restaurant in Castlefield, opposite
the Museum of Science & Industry. All the theatre
style of Teppanyaki cooking, ideal for large parties,
is matched by a plush separate dining area which offers
more intimacy with incredible sushi, sashimi and noodle