Best Terraces in Manchester
While the definition of 'terrace' is roughly, and utterly, translated in to 'level paved area next to a building', our definition stands something along the lines of 'drinky, boozy, lovely, sunshiney, seaty area'. Plotted about the city, terraces in Manchester are a hubbub of activity, whether they boast cracking views, charming young patrons, cool concoctions or botanical spaces. Check out our recommendations for some of the best drinking terraces in Manchester.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
One of the biggest spaces to wet your whistle in Manchester, the terrace at Dukes 92 is, well, a thing of beauty. Plot next to the canal and surrounded by Manchester's industrial charm, Dukes 92 has made something of a name for itself when it comes to drinking in the city's summer sun. Try it out sharpish.
One of Manchester's more hidden terraces thanks to its rooftop plot, a wander down to New Wakefield Street will have you lapping up liquids with the breeze in your hair thanks to the gem found at Black Dog Ballroom NWS. Toting a glass ceiling and an eclectic section of chairs and tables, this is a cool plot to catch a drink in the summer.
Patty princesses and burger boys, if you know anything about them, you'll know that Almost Famous is one of Manchester's most infamous burger haunts. Now toting their own outdoor terrace for fresh air, cocktails, and some of the most ambitious patties in the business.
Found in the heart of the city, and overlooked by the glistening towers of Spinningfields, The Lawn Club is a little slice of botanical bliss in the heart of an overtly busy destination in Manchester. From its lush lawns and herbally inspired cocktails to fresh British charm, grab a tipple of three in 'yer own back garden.
When you think of brunch, do you think of Bill's? And when you think of brunch in the morning summer sun, do you think of Bill's? By Bill, you really should. A new Spinningfields plot where British plates and deli style dining come as standard, take to the patio tables outside and watch the wonderful Manchester world fly by.