Graduation Bars in Manchester

Congratulations, you made it! How ever many years you have spent in education just amounted to this final evening, but where to celebrate the end of University and the start of a new era? From family friendly restaurants to rowdy basement bars where cocktails reign supreme, we've just the post-graduation destinations to choose from/ Check out our recommendations for the best bars and restaurants to visit during graduation in Manchester and toast all those hard-working years of hangovers, dissertation despair and super socialising. 

Last updated on 5th July 2019


346 user reviews 4

How about a destination where you can both dine with your parents post-graduation, and dally on with the clubbing crowd later on into the night. One of Manchester's best all round destinations, celebrating your graduation at Gorilla is sure to be an all out affair plush meals, cheap cocktails and cracking party sounds in their top notch club room. 

The Living Room Manchester

236 user reviews 4

Pre Show Dining

Looking to polish off all of those hard years spent in the library with a dashing dinner in Manchester? Grab your parents or your chums alike and take them to this dapper den of hearty British food and bespoke menus. Known for their fancy fare and cosmopolitan interiors, The Living Room is an up-market finish to years of educational slogging and super socialising. 

Peter Street Kitchen

18 user reviews 5

Manchester Food Festival: 6 course Omakase Experience

You've got the outfit and now it's time to find the perfect venue to celebrate your graduation in Manchester? Make all those years of hard work count and reward yourself with a meal at this slinky spot that boasts breathtaking interiors, lip-smacking fusion food and sake cocktails.

The Beagle

2 user reviews 4

Looking for something a little more low-key, but still super darling when it comes to any graduation dinner and drinks in Manchester? A Chorlton charmer with pub grub to die for, The Beagle is a wholesome and hearty establishment of bisro style fare, cracking ales and a great enviroment. It's certainly not rowdy, but not all graduates need be clubbing enthusiasts to enjoy their end of year dabble!