El Gato Negro is an award-winning tapas restaurant and bar in an historic converted three storey town house on King Street, in the heart of Manchester city centre.
Modern Australian cuisine combines Pacific Rim flavours underpinned by European cooking tradition, a blend of Indonesian, Southeast Asian influences and Australia's strong ties with Japan also help determine the taste and style.
Albert’s Schloss is Manchester’s first Tankovna, serving the freshest Pilsner this side of the Danube. It's inspired by Bavaria and Bohemia, with perilous weekly cross-continental beer runs to fill the giant copper barrels that dominate the bar.
Gorilla is an industrial style bar located under the railway arches opposite the Ritz. Regular live music sessions throughout the week.
Nicholson's traditional pubs feature real ale, hearty food and a friendly welcome right in the centre of the city or town. Every pub has at least eight hand pulled beers from national favourites to upcoming microbreweries.
Once used to roast hops in the 16th Century, The Oast House turns the cosmopolitan Spinningfields on its head; offering a soon-to-be-world-famous selection of craft beers and ales, Champagne and wine. Food inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ.
Matt and Phred's is a long established live music venue, situated in Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter. Over the years the likes of Sneaky, Kit Downes, Marius Neset, Manu Delago, the Dagda Quartet, Jamie Cullum and even Adele have graced the stage in this little neighbourhood joint.
Opened in 2011, the Port Street Beer House offers Craft beers from here, there and everywhere. They have seven handpulls, eighteen draft lines and over a hundred bottled beers. Rated as one of the 'Top 10 bars and pubs for craft beer' by the Guardian.
Crafty subterranean drinking den serving a great range of beers in a laid back venue.
The Salisbury is the heart of the Manchester alternative scene. With thousands of rockers in greater Manchester flocking into town for gigs every week, this is the city's most popular pre and post gig pub.
Folk & Soul is a plant-based cafe bar located at the heart of the artistic centre of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Sourcing a huge range of fantastic vegan beers and wines, coupled with a hearty, healthy, indulgent and constantly changing menu.
Although the Wharf is a large building, there are innumerable nooks and crannies so you can find cosy, intimate rooms and alcoves, or more buzzy, dynamic areas if you prefer.
Located at the new end of the Northern Quarter, The Whiskey Jar is a two level cocktail bar specialising in whisky from all over the world. The main bar has over 300 whiskies and has a beautiful cocktail menu to please the most discerning of customers.
Night & Day Cafe emerged in 1991 and is now one of the main protagonists in the Manchester music scene.
Pie & Ale offers what is says on the tin, freshly baked pies served with award winning real ales, craft beers and fine spirits. It's run by the people behind the popular Bakerie bread and wine bar. The beer hall is the perfect destination for the weekend’s drinking activities.