Manchester City Centre Bars
Looking for the best bars in Manchester city centre? You've found them. From Deansgate to the Northern Quarter and Spinningfields to Oxford Road, Manchester city centre is overflowing with great bars - all within an easily staggerable distance of one other. With so many central Manchester bars on offer the choice can be overwhelming, so check out our pick of the best Manchester city centre bars and get the pints in now!
Taking over a spot in the Barton Arcade, Be At One have made an entrance onto the Manchester nightlife scene with creative cocktails and a fun party atmosphere in tow. Expect nothing but the best tunes, skilled bartenders and a lot of banter to go down here. Cocktails is the name of the game here and they have quite a spread, so get drinking.
Little over a year old and this fast-rising bar has already made a well-deserved name for itself. Rooted both under the Oxford Road train tunnel and opposite The Ritz, Gorilla is everything you would expect. Delicious food, tasty cocktails, incredible club nights alongside some of the UK's best gigs. Whether you're searching for something to do in the week or weekend there is always a good offer here.
Blackdog Ballroom have slowly but surely taken over Manchester's city centre; growing their empire with two stylishly modern bars, an up-market bowling alley and the much-loved Liars club. If you're ever out of luck as to where to head then Blackdog Ballroom is always a great shout. If the sun is shining head towards the bar's balcony or hide out in the private karaoke booth.
Often forgotten between the ambush of dazzling Deansgate nightclubs and bars, The Liquor Store is quietly tucked away behind Deansgate's main drag. Famed for its tasty cocktails and relaxing atmosphere, this bar pay homage to its inspiration of Los Angeles. A great place to escape the Manchester madness and unwind.
Font is one of Manchester's most-loved venues. What is there to argue with? An impeccable cocktail list that starts from as little as £2 each. Then of course it has an amazing food menu, with fast service, all for the sum of a very small price. It can get busy as weekend calls especially with the nearby student nightlife though with two floors it shouldn't affect your plans too much.
Stevenson Square has fast become a Manchester city centre hotspot with the addition of lots of new and exciting bars, and Noho is no exception. From the hypnotic neon sign hanging outside, you feel compelled to step inside and uncover what the bar has to offer. A brilliantly moody atmosphere with fantastic drinks and friendly people, it's everything you could want from a Manchester bar.