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  • 63 Degrees

    104 High St, M4 1HQ

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: French

    About 63 Degrees

    Named after the perfect temperature to serve coffee, and what this restaurant believes is the perfect temperature to cook, 63 Degrees serves fine dining style French cuisine in a relaxed setting in the Northern Quarter. Dishes on the menu include pan fried sea bass, duckling fillet and chocolate fondant. The restaurant has a private function room and outdoor terrace for sunny days.

  • AC Lounge (Marriott)

    AC Hotel by Marriott Manchester Salford Quays, 0161 876 5305

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: Modern, Bar Food

    About AC Lounge (Marriott)

    AC Lounge + Kitchen is a casual dining space in the chic Marriott AC Hotel. Inside, the brown, blonde and cream decor creates a soothing setting to unwind over a meal. The menu is Mediterranean-influenced and there is a varied tapas selection for you to sample. After dining you can enjoy a craft cocktail in the lounge bar area.

  • Al Bacio

    14 South King St, M2 6DW

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: Italian, Modern

    About Al Bacio

    Al Bacio is situated in the heart of Manchester just a short walk away from the Phones 4 U arena, Deansgate and Oxford road train stations.

  • Albatross & Arnold

    Leftbank, M3 3AN

    Spinningfields, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Traditional, Tapas

    About Albatross & Arnold

    Albatross & Arnold serves small plates for sharing from lunchtime until late. You can find this stylish bar and lounge retreat on the first floor of The Leftbank Building on the banks of the river. This means that you can watch the hustle and bustle of Spinningfields while relaxing in pure luxury.

  • Amore Cucina and Bar

    14 Radcliffe New Road, M45 7GY

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Italian, Modern

    About Amore Cucina and Bar

    Amore Cucina serves contemporary Italian food in an airy, elegant restaurant space.

    Situated north of Manchester city centre in Whitefield, this is the ideal spot for dining that balances chic with relaxed. The restaurant showcases chef Jacques Hilton’s take on classic Italian dishes, both via the main menus and the ‘Venetian tapas’ (cicchetti) menu.

    While dining, you can enjoy the view from the curved floor-to-ceiling windows or watch waiters shake cocktails in the central bar.

  • Artisan

    Avenue North, M3 3BZ

    Spinningfields, Manchester

    Cuisine: British

    About Artisan

    Artisan on Bridge Street, Spinningfields, describes itself as an “artist’s loft studio meets concrete warehouse.” Its 12,000 square foot space is decorated in an industrial style, with an exposed timber beam ceiling and concrete flooring combined with plush velvet chairs and Persian rugs. The menu is made up of bistro style dishes such as fillet steak and mussels, along with flatbread pizzas baked in the restaurant’s wood fire oven. An open kitchen allows diners to watch the chefs in action.

  • Asha's

    47 Peter St, M2 3NG

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian

    About Asha's

    Inspired and co-owned by Indian singing sensation Asha Bhosle (the most recorded artist in music history and subject of the Cornershop song Brimful of Asha), Asha’s is a luxurious Indian restaurant in Manchester city centre. The menu offers a modern take on traditional Indian cuisine, with many of the dishes accompanied by notes from Asha explaining their connections with her life and career. Accompanying the menu is a meticulously crafted cocktail list.

  • Atlas Bar

    376 Deansgate, M3 4LY

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Bar Food

    About Atlas Bar

    Atlas is a bar situated in the railway arches of Deansgate. It serves breakfast, soup, sandwich and main course dishes. All the dishes are made fresh in house and there is a strong focus on quality ingredients, with the meat coming from WH Frost butchers, bread from W.Thatcher, fish from Direct Fisheries and vegetables from R Noone & Son. Atlas Bar boasts a huge outdoor terrace which due to it being heated and covered can be enjoyed all year round. The bar specialises in gin and currently has 285 (and counting) variations of gin from around the world.

  • Australasia

    1, The Avenue , M3 3AP

    Spinningfields, Manchester

    Cuisine: International, Traditional

    About Australasia

    Located under the Armani store in Spinningfields is Australasia, a restaurant which serves modern Australian food with Indonesian and Japanese influences. Australasia is a bright, modern space decorated in neutral tones. Guests have the option of choosing several smaller dishes or the traditional starter and main. The menu is extensive, with large sushi, tempura and grill sections, as well as main courses such as Chilean seabass with prawns in coconut and Tom Yam broth, and crispy suckling pork belly with a pineapple curry. The desserts are equally as inventive, with options including lychee and ginger panna cotta kaffir lime brulee with pineballe sorbet. There is also a large selection of sake.

  • Bella Italia

    92-96 Deansgate, M3 2QG

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: Italian, Modern

    About Bella Italia

    Just minutes from The Royal Exchange Theatre and Opera house, Bella Italia in Deansgate is the ideal location for a pre or post theatre meal. Their menu includes all the Italian favourites such as pizza, pasta and desserts. The restaurant is child friendly and offers a separate kids’ menu. The bistro style decor is bright and cosy in the trademark style of Bella Italias throughout the UK.

  • Bistro-156

    156 Burton Rd, M20 1LH

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: Modern, Bistros & Brasseries

    About Bistro-156

    Bistro-156 is a small family run restaurant in West Didsbury. Owners Philip and Rachel, alongside chef David, cook honest, traditional, French and European country food. Dishes are uncomplicated and full of flavour and each are carefully attended to, from the soups to the fillet steaks. Philip’s love of wine is reflected in his carefully selected wine list. The atmosphere is cosy and informal, with rustic decor and changing local art displays. There are tables outside for sunny days.

  • Black Dog Ballroom NQ

    Basement Affleck's Palace, M4 1PW

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: American

    About Black Dog Ballroom NQ

    Black Dog Ballroom NQ is a basement bar and restaurant under Affleck’s Palace on Church Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. It’s a spacious, late night bar with DJ nights, sports screens, pool tables, cocktail master classes and drinks promotions. The Bunker is the Ballroom’s dedicated space for dance nights and live music.

  • Black Dog Ballroom NWS

    11-13 New Wakefield Street, M1 5NP

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: American

    About Black Dog Ballroom NWS

    The second Black Dog Ballroom venue, Black Dog NWS is a New York style speakeasy; a diner with a pool room; roof terrace BBQ and basement bar and club, Underdog. A private members’ ballroom and bespoke karaoke booth complete the line-up at this New Wakefield Street venue. Club nights, DJs and all the sporting action on big screens vie for customers’ attention.

  • Buffet City

    111 Portland St, M1 6DN

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: International

    About Buffet City

  • Burger & Lobster

    Ship Canal House, M2 4WU

    Gay Village, Manchester

    Cuisine: Bar Food, Burgers, BBQ

    About Burger & Lobster

    Decorated with the restaurant group’s signature red leather seating and exposed brickwork, Burger & Lobster is a stylish dining option on King Street. Instead of a menu, diners can cheese between burger, lobster, or lobster roll with fries and salad, while those looking for indulgence can plump for the giant lobster feast. There is also a selection of cocktails, draught beers and wines, as well as a DJ spinning each evening.

  • Cane & Grain

    49 -51 Thomas Street, M4 1NA

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: International, Bar Food, American

    About Cane & Grain

    Cane & Grain is a hip New York style bar in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. It is set over three floors, each have a slightly different feel, but all serve The Rib Shack menu. The Rick Shack menu is made up of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and snacks, with sample dishes including the pork rib meat burger with BBQ sauce, and the baby back ribs. The sauces to accompany the dishes are particularly unusual and include Dr Pepper, Tangy BBQ and Hot as F*ck. Their drinks menu has an impressive list of cocktails and beers.

  • Cardoon

    78 Deansgate , M3 2FW

    Deansgate, Manchester

    Cuisine: British, Modern

    About Cardoon

    Described as “the fantastical meets British whimsy” The Botanist’s decor features reclaimed wood, garden furniture, and quirky chandeliers made up of jumble of vintage lamps. Their menu features deli style dishes, a rotisserie, a barbecue, and main courses mostly made up of comfort food dishes, including fish and chips, gammon cutlet and Cumberland bangers and mash. Drinks offered include a well stocked cellar of cask-conditioned ales, more than 40 bottles beers and ciders from around the world, a selection of Champagnes, and cocktails.

  • Coriander

    279 Barlow Moor Rd, M21 7GH

    near Manchester, Manchester

    Cuisine: Indian, Vegetarian/Vegan

    About Coriander

    Coriander serves Bengali and Indian cuisine without added colourings and MSG. Attention to detail means the dishes on the menu have been tested and refined sometimes over one hundred times to ensure they taste just right. Their Chorlton menu includes a range of grill dishes, chef’s specials and traditional curries, including a selection of traditional Bengali specialities. All dishes can be tailored to suit individual preferences, such as extra spice or making a dish milder.

  • Dive

    Tib Street, M4 1SH

    Northern Quarter, Manchester

    Cuisine: Bar Food

    About Dive

    Situated right in the heart of Manchester’s vibrant Northern Quarter, Dive NQ is a late night basement bar and kitchen. Open seven days a week and until 5am at the weekend, Dive is dedicated to good times. From the ultimate casual dining experience to DJs, live bands, big screen sports, movie nights and plenty of dancing, this a lively social hub.

  • Dogs 'n' Dough

    Bow Ln, M2 4JW

    City Centre, Manchester

    Cuisine: International, American, Pizza

    About Dogs 'n' Dough

    Dogs ‘n’ Dough serves what its name says: hotdogs and pizza. Their hotdogs are made from 100 beef and served in a brioche bun with a selection of toppings available, including house chilli, cajun onions, and many more. The pizza menu includes inventive topping combinations such as The Taco pizza with seasoned beef, cherry tomatoes, lettuce, Doritos and sour cream, and The Greek pizza with feta, sunblushed tomatoes, black olives and red onion. They also have an impressive drinks menu which includes a range of inventive cocktails, craft beers, wine, milkshakes, American sodas, and spirits from around the world.

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