Satisfying all your Bavarian beer needs, Albert's Schloss is the German-themed bar bringing you everything from lemon sherbet meringue cruffins and Bauhaus cocktails to live music and outrageous performances all through the week.
Quirky Bars in Spinningfields
Thought the unusual spots were confined to the Northern Quarter? Think again, because this eclectic area is bringing you vibrant cocktails, offbeat eats and Insta-worthy interiors in full force. From house-infused spirits and dry-ice infusions to sparkling lights and live performances, here's to our guide to cool and quirky bars in Spinningfields
If Peter Street Kitchen wasn't sexy enough, their Rikyū Bar is bringing East Asian flavours to life through a selection of contemporary small plates and signature cocktails. Pair your Robata Colada and Miso Sour with Japanese tacos and tiger prawn tempura.
From ale tasting masterclasses to an Aperol terrace, this quirky Spinningfields bar will keep you watered. There's even a series of summer film screenings so you can catch a flick as you're surrounded by fairy lights and cute wooden decor.
Not your average boozer, The Dockyard offers SHUFL boards, pool tables, foosball and board games alongside a cracking mix of craft ales, beer and cider. Pair that with vegan and meaty feasting for the ultimate night out in Spinningfields.
Known for its sexy interiors and top-notch Asian cuisine, Tattu is a Manchester must-see. A real bucket list destination, this quirky bar boasts Instagrammable interiors and thirst-quenching libations in equal measure. What are you waiting for?
It's all about pink hues and slushie cocktails at Australasia's stunning offshoot. Whether you choose to sit by the bar inside or get cosy on the heated terrace, you're guaranteed sushi, sashimi and quirky afternoon tea bento boxes with a wide selection of drinks to wash it all down.
While it might be a nationwide chain, The Ivy Spinningfields is still one of the most unique bars in Manchester. We recommend starting at the stunning roof terrace for spritzes, before inventive drinks in the utterly beautiful Ivy Asia.