Spanish Bars in Manchester
Manchester’s city centre is crammed full of eclectic and unique nightlife, including European, Latin American, Cuban and Spanish bars. If you fancy a splash of Spanish Latino flavour on your evening out, take a look at the venues we've collected for you. From Havana Havens to lively Casas, Manchester has a fantastic assortment of bars that have a Spanish feel about them for which you can choose from to have your perfect Buenas Noches.
Last updated on 16th June 2016
Join the Cuban Revolution and drink some rum from Latin America, the Caribbean and beyond whilst swinging along to live music as this top Spanish bar in Manchester. Their colourful, Cuban-inspired tapas and bar snacks are a perfect complement to the all-round lively Cuban experience should you get peckish.
Sandanista in central Manchester boasts an impressive range of cocktail favourites, such as the classic Mojito, and spirits. Alongside simple, fresh and great tasting Latin food, soak up the lively Latin hub of camaraderie.
Situated in an old bank building in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, Evuna Tapas Restaurant Bar is the sister restaurant to Evuna Deansgate. Park yourself by one of the outdoor tables and enjoy a splash of red, white, or whatever takes your fancy, that can be sampled along with your tapas dishes or ordered by the bottle to take home with you.
One of the finer Spanish bars in Manchester, Las Iguanas Deansgate is a Latin American style bar in the heart of the city. Serving a vast selection of food in the daytime and Caipirinhas cocktails accompanied by Latin music at night, Las Iguanas is an atmospheric and vibrant restaurant bar equipped with all you need to experience an authentic Latino-inspired evening.
International wines and European plates make up the bones of this top Spanish bar in Manchester. A haven for tapas and fine wine combined, Iberica promise a fun-filled dining experience alongside stunning drinks and a truly bustling atmosphere.
Boasting dishes that span a selection of over 17 regions, it's no wonder that La Vina is one of the the best places to indulge in European fare in the city. Head on down for the flitting sounds of Spain alongside brushed steel, multi-level dining and sharing plates aplenty.