Up for a party every night of the week, Revolution is a popular Deansgate Locks haunt. When you're not dancing til the wee hours with their banging DJ sets, head along during the day for an easy menu of burgers and pizzas.
Deansgate Locks Bars
The converted arches on Whitworth Street West, at the bottom end of Deansgate, are home to some of the most popular bars in Manchester. And heck, some of the most rowdy. A hubbub of late night activity all darn week, the Deansgate Locks have a penchant for a fun-lovin' and youthful crowd. From tiki joints and pocket friendly boozers to rooftop haunts and gratifying grub, try this rambunctious road for some of Manchester's most beloved late night party joints.
One of Manchester's most party-forward tiki haunts, Lola Lo is a brand renowned the UK over for their South Pacific forwardness and late night jaunts. From treasure chest cocktail sharers and sparkling Champagne to bamboo interiors and Hawaiian shirts, prepare for a rowdy night on the dancefloor with some seriously retro party hits.
Right on the canal, Dukes 92 is a great restaurant bar with loads of spaces and areas for private hire, making it perfect for that party you've been planning. Chilled by day and buzzing by night, the bar is the perfect for a quick lunch, or a night by the canal.
Lock 91 is a great late-night bar and lounge located in an old 19th century lock keeper's cottage. Come summer, the outdoor terrace is always packed with the after-work crowd sipping through pints, while in winter the eclectic interior is perfect for a tipple perched on a leather armchair.
Cloud 23 sits atop the Hilton Hotel in Manchester and is a stone's throw from the iconic Deansgate Locks. Stylish, swanky and sophisticated, the sky-high bar is one of Manchester's most luxurious and most sought after nightspots.
A short stroll from the main street, Bunny Jackson's Juke Joint is a quirky den with American leanings. Head over for one of the live music nights, or mix up date night with their boozy boilers or slushies - great with a side of the famous wings.
One of the Locks' most iconic drinking spaces is Rain Bar. With a huge outdoor space and classic choice of beers, the bar is jampacked come summer. Run - with the rest of Manchester - to the canalside tables, which offer a great view when you're munching through their pizza selection.
Two minutes from Deansgate Locks, The Knott Bar is an award-winning real ale pub. Work your way through 25 keg lines and eight casks options, as the owners source from around the north to bring punters a rich choice of pint.
Dedicated to all things juniper, Atlas Bar is your one-stop-shop for a cracking G&T on Deansgate Locks. Have a browse through their gin bible and settle on the outdoor terrace for a chilled date night option.