As soon as you leave Piccadilly Station you're right in the heart of Manchester and close to great areas like the Norther Quarter; Piccadilly is known for its gardens, great shopping and wonderful array of bars and eateries. With so much to choose from there's a bar for any and every occasion, mood and budget. So see our recommended list of Piccadilly bars and find a bar perfect for you.
Last updated on 11th August 2016
For something a bit different head to The Green on Ducie Street in Piccadilly. lt offers live music nights, indoor golf, a classic pub menu and a great selection of draught and bottled beers making this the perfect stop off for any sports fan.
Missoula Piccadilly offers an affordable and wonderful drinks menu and serves classic pub food classics and other staples with 2-4-1 offers on top of their already affordably priced food menu. The decor includes leather sofas, a lot of wood and also a roof top terrace, which is great for taking in the sites of the city centre.
Classically retro decor and even more retro drinks prices, Jackson's Retro Bar is a place for anyone and everyone. This gay-friendly bar is situated in the Piccadilly Basin and offers drinks as cheap as £1.50 a pint; all day, every day. Perfect for friends and well worth a visit.
The Malmaison boasts more than just beds you know. A dapper bar and grill in the heart of the hotel, Smoak is known for its high end fare and plush British style interiors. From its status as a top notch celeb spotting plot and its infamous Malburgers to furniture decked in rich leathers and union flag upholstery, Smoak is just the Piccadilly destination for those after a sumptous meal in the city.
For a fresh coffee, a home baked pastry or to take advantage of their Fizzy Fridays deal (a bottle of Prosecco and complimentary nibbles for just £20!) MC Café Bar & Grill is the perfect choice. Sat below one of Manchester's top hotels, dine and drink in style at this Piccadilly bar.
The Piccadilly Lounge, located within the Hilton DoubleTree Hotel, has a stunning cocktail menu and will give any night out a swanky and sophisticated edge. With tapas on the menu and other bar classics it makes the Piccadilly Lounge a great stop off for a bite to eat too.
A heralded private dining area atop the Doubletree Hotel in Piccadilly, SkyLounge boasts some of the most cracking views of our city skyline. With some of the most infamous chefs in the city at the kitchen helm, Skylounge can whip up some of the most bespoke meals in Manchester to parallel their plush views. From seared salmon to panna cotta, this Piccadilly bar has date night written all over it.