Disabled Access Bars in Manchester
Organising your night out is stressful enough isn't it? Nevermind worrying about whether the venue covers disabled access. That's why we have compiled a list of some of the best disabled access bars in Manchester. We've included venues that have wheelchair access, disabled toilets, are spacious and have proven track records for ease of use for people with mobility difficulties.
It's one of Manchester's biggest clubs - Tiger Tiger - known for its outrageous parties and wild DJ slots. The club sits in the heart of The Printworks, playing host to a number of different themed nights throughout the week with a range of eclectic music to suit everybody's music pallet. Best of all, the venue has great facilities including disabled access and toilets.
Antique apothecary drawers and pharmacy cabinets are just some of the exciting decor within Northern Quarter cocktail bar Apotheca. The bar staff are experts in everything drinks, creating their much-loved unique concoctions throughout the week. The bar has great access to disabled toilets, towards the far end, which is also shared with neighbouring restaurant - Dough.
Cloud 23 rooftop bar in Manchester is a breathless and luxury experience. Perched near the top of The Hilton, its stunning views stretch out over Manchester's bustling life beneath, accompanied by glamorous cocktails and champagne. Being a hotel bar there is a lift all the way up with staff assistance on call to if you need any extra help.
Font Bar just off Oxford Road is one of Manchester's most popular drinking spots. With its incredible cocktail menu - some priced at only £2 a drink, and tasty snacks, it's a great place to spend your evening or of course start it! The venue offers a disabled lift which grants access up to the bar and the seating down below.