As if its history wasn't chilling enough (located on the site of the Peterloo Massacre), Peter Street Kitchen has a dedicated menu for the creepiest time of the year. This Halloween restaurant has previously held Day of the Dead dinners, complete with fusion dishes and themed cocktails.
Best Restaurants For Halloween in Manchester
The witching hour is upon us but not all fiends and fright-seekers are looking for a wild bash. To celebrate 31st October this year, we're looking at Manchester's culinary offering, from spooky set menus through to devilish drinks. So whether you want to dust off the devil horns and try a themed night on for size or are interested in a historical setting, we've rounded up all the best restaurants for Halloween in Manchester.
Inspired by Mexico, El Capo is a devilish little den of tequila and street food found in the Northern Quarter. Join them for Halloween and Day of the Dead celebrations this year, as they knock up killer margaritas and mouthwatering dishes in their cool-as-hell setting.
If you're looking for things that go bump in the night, then head to 50 Spring Gardens, where the Grand Pacific now resides. Built in the 1800s, the Gothic building is filled with gorgeous historical details which should set the mood for a Halloween dinner in Manchester.
A great choice for autumn drinks in Manchester, The Oast House is bringing you cosy vibes, fur throws and twinkling lights for your Halloween dining. Check out the Curious Teepee for food, drinks and a fantastic time when you're celebrating all things spooky this October.
One of Manchester's most glamorous spots, The Ivy is three floors of gorgeousness. Mix things up this year by hosting your own Halloween dinner in one of their stunning private dining rooms, complete with opulent interiors and jaw-dropping cocktails.
Along with its gorgeous views, 20 Stories is also an excellent Manchester restaurant to spend Halloween. In the past, the sky-high restaurant has hosted spooky cupcake-making classes and a 'black out' evening, with only candles to light the space.
Shoryu Ramen have launched a Halloween menu full of devilish delights this October, including pumpkin croquette bun and Dracula tonkotsu ramen, complete with caramelised black garlic mayu. To wash it all down? The bloody dirty lychee made with lychee, nigori sake and dark rum.