Allotment Bar


Bringing a charming and botanical dash of the English countryside into the heart of Manchester's bustling Northern Quarter, Allotment Bar is a fresh and fun plot for dinner and drinks alike. 

From a living wall of planted darlings to their corrugated iron bar, Allotment are a blend of the industrial and agricultural alike as interiors are made of rustic materials, botanical spaces and country charm.

Plush palates will be impressed by the classic and local fare that Allotment boast. Serving slap up rustic meals of crispy fish finger buttys and beef wellington to steak sandwiches, chow is wholesome and fresh. Echoing their botanical interiors, Allotment Bar boasting a quirky and encouraging menu of cocktails where guests will be treated to mixology mastery that makes use of hot to trot herbs in their Rosemary and Thyme section. Experimental and adapted to suit country faring and city folk alike, Allotments cocktails are buried garden treasure. 


  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • None
  • No hoodies, No sportswear, Smart


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 0:00
Tuesday 12:00 0:00
Wednesday 12:00 0:00
Thursday 12:00 0:30
Friday 12:00 1:00
Saturday 12:00 2:00
Sunday 12:00 0:00



Allotment Bar, 24, Dale Street, M1 1FY


Northern Quarter


  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Grill, British and Gastro food.

  • A word from the chef:

    A dab hand with organic, locally sourced British dishes, Allotment are bringing classic fare back to the garden with their fresh flavours and classic platess. Try their pheasant breast in braised British cider at £13.95, or tuck into their herb garden salad with feta, courgette and mint at £7.50.

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Customer Reviews (2)

Our Review

Allotment - Cocktail Bar Review

Allotment - Cocktail Bar Review

Blossoming into the streets of the little big smoke, Allotment Bar offers a bright and breezy alternative to its stripped back, urban-chic siblings of the NQ. As you brush through the industrial back streets, eying up potential watering holes, turn onto Dale Street and you will be met by the fresh white…