Anybody who knows Manchester will tell you the same thing: you’ll find the suave and sassy city-slickers in Spinningfields and the cool cats in the Northern Quarter. The NQ is a hive of independent bars, eateries, record shops and thrift stores and the newest kid on the block goes by the simple-yet…
33 Oldham Street
Brought to you by Andy Smith; the brains behind some of the UK's best festivals, and Jason McGuire of Manchester Coffee, 33 Oldham Street is Manchester's sleek new three-storey space. Not only does the mega venue have the biggest rooftop terrace in the area, but there's also layers to every room; taking you from morning to evening and centred around a passion for music.
First off is the ground floor which operates as a coffee shop by day and cocktail bar by night. Upstairs, you'll find a cosy lounge and work space, which was inspired by the famous omakase bars of Tokyo. Designed by Grammy-award winning record producer Steve Levine, the space even doubles up as a recording studio. Continue to the third floor, where you'll find a chic creative space and lounge, with one of Manchester's biggest roof terraces above, the perfect spot for soaking up some spring and summer sunshine with a pint in hand.
- Cocktail Bar , Event Space , Lounge Bar
- After Work Drinks , Chilling with mates , Chatting and Drinking
- Northern Quarter
- Happily Affordable
33 Oldham Street, 33 Oldham Street, M1 1JG