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 this April, 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.

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 technology like QR codes for ordering and paying to keep you safe.


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With three stunning floors, various private booths and a hidden gin palace up for grabs, Impossible is a great choice for a meal out this summer. Whether you're after a midweek pick-me-up, a weekend cocktail or bottomless brunch, this is the place for you.


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With live music, an impressive cocktail menu and neon signs to boot, BLVD is a seriously luxe bar in Spinningfields. Available for indoor dining from 17th May, the spot also boasts a tasty food menu with bites such as crispy pork belly, vegetable tempura and maki rolls.

Another top choice on our list of restaurants that are now open in Manchester, Mamucium is the hotel eatery that's welcoming guests back  from this May. Once indoors? You'll find a menu of includes classic Northern dishes and delcious drinks at an affordable price.

Simon Shaw's Canto is reopening its doors for alfresco dining this April. 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.

Looking for the best quirky activities to book now in Manchester? Junkyard Golf Club will soon be putting your mini golfing skills to the test this May as they reopen their doors once again. Grab your masks and take 5 of your closest pals for a round or two and signature sweetie cocktails.

El Gato Negro is back for outdoor dining this April, helping you to get your fix of Spanish cuisine from the gorgeous terrace space. Then from May? Expect slick booths and high-table seating in the ground floor bar, perfect for romantic date nights and post-lockdown meetups.