Budget Dinner and Drinks
There's nothing quite like treating yourself and someone else to lunch. Whether you're catching up with friends, spoiling Mum with a delicious meal or impressing a date, it's one of life's little luxuries. Sadly we can't all splash out on champagne and nab the hottest reservations in town when the mood takes us, so we've found some trendy, tasty and thrifty dinner spots to suit every occasion without breaking the bank.
Last updated on 19th June 2017
Another top choice for a a cheap dinner in Mancherster, Revolution offers regular deals off main meals, pizza, burgers and sandwiches. Pop down between the hours of 5-8pm for another amazing offer of 2-4-1 on Revolution's own cocktail creations. If you like it hot, try The Vodka Burger, topped with chilli vodka infused salsa, cheese and jalapenos, or tuck into some of the best American style pizzas in the city.
While Revolution Parsonage Gardens is known for its cheap drinks and food, it certainly doesn’t feel that way. You can drink a deliciously wide range of vodka cocktails and shots, all while listening to amazing tunes till the early hours of the morning – but all for discounted prices. And there’s a wide range of great food options should you feel a bit peckish too.
Head on down to Black Dog for one of the most affordable meals in Manchester. You won't need to pay through the nose for it thanks to a hearty and glorious selection of pizzas, burgers, more-ish bites and more at this New Wakefield Favourite.
Bump up your show ticket for a cheeky tenner on Thursdays or £14 on a weekend and dine in The Comedy Store restaurant with a 2 course meal. There's no need to go hungry at this comedy fest with plenty of delicious nosh and drinks to be had. Tuck into the latest, greatest comedy names with seats to their stand-up sessions and make a night out of it in their restaurant.
When it comes to a budget dinner in Manchester, you'd needn't suffer just because you wallet isn't looking so thick this month. Head on down to the Northern Quarter for hearty and affordable bites aplenty.
At the higher end of the budget dinner scale, we've stumbled upon an all you can eat BBQ feast, including a beer, for £14.95. Tuesdays noon 'til night you can have as many meaty mouthfuls as you can fit into one sitting. Baby back ribs and chicken are served with unlimited sides of beans and 'slaw, washed down with an ice cold beer.
With a glorious stash of humble priced food and drink, Odd Bar definitely satisfies the city wanderers hunger pangs without bursting the purse strings for a cheap meal in Manchester. Expect a selection of boozer-friendly breakfasts, big burgers, an assortment of flats, wraps and sandwiches as well as other odd sods to feed your tummy rumble.