All The Manchester Restaurants And Bars Now Taking Bookings

Done with the days of having to think of what to cook, arguing over the washing up and shaking sub-par cocktails in the kitchen? We feel you. With the hospitality sector back in business, we've rounded up the city's venues that have pivoted to measures like social distancing, PPE and QR code menus. Whether you really can't wait to get out or are just testing the waters until you're ready to reserve your spot, take a look at all the restaurants and bars in Manchester that are now open for bookings post-lockdown. 

*please note, opening scenarios will be dictated by both government and venue, so please stay safe, stay in contact with the experience you've booked and be conscious of the impact you have on people around you when leaving home.

Last updated on 16th July 2020




MOJO Manchester

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Forgotten what it feels like to sip on a decent cocktail at a real bar? MOJO is making that memory a reality with zombies, pornstar martinis and Long Island iced teas. Expect all that plus new technology like QR codes for ordering and paying.

Serving up their menu of Bombay comfort food and award-winning drinks, Dishoom is opening for bookings from 10th July. Not only can you skip the queue with reservations now available for groups of up to six, but there will also be socially-distanced measures in place for your safety.

El Gato Negro is back, bringing modern Spanish cuisine back to Manchester. Check ahead for opening times, as the restaurant initially launches from Thursday to Sunday. Expect slick booths and high-table seating in the ground floor bar, plus alfresco dining up on the rooftop.

Along with takeaway and collection options, Simon Shaw's Canto has reopened the doors to the restaurant. Head here for late night dining on small plates like mushroom croquetas and beef steak with caramelised onion on caco bread, or check out Tipsy Tapas for dishes and bottomless fizz come the weekend.