One of our top restaurants with a view in the North West, The Alchemist's MediaCity location boasts unrivalled waterfront views. Here, you can munch through the likes of cheeseburger bao buns and Korean fried chicken burgers, all washed down by those famous theatrical cocktails.
Manchester Restaurants With A View
In a city filled with gorgeous dining spots, you're spoiled for choice when it comes to places to eat. However, if you're looking to go the extra mile come mealtimes, these rooftop and riverside beauties have got you covered, thanks to stunning vistas accompanying your tasty grub. Take a look at our pick of restaurants in Manchester with a view and get ready to upgrade your dining game.
Get your fix of meaty mouthfuls whilst gazing out from Manchester Hall at Honest Burgers' rooftop terrace. While the patty pros aren't offering gawp-worthy backdrops from inside, upstairs tells a different story, touting a very pretty location for your alfresco dining.
From the gorgeous interiors to the authentic Italian fare, San Carlo Bottega is a great shout the next time you're looking for the best restaurants in Manchester with a view. Treat your other half to a classy meal of lobster tail tempura, lamb cutlets and truffle ravioli, all while enjoying gazing out the window.
Not only does Pier Eight have the ideal skyline look-out point, but the kitchen is also cooking up an exquisite fine dining restaurant menu in Manchester. Head to the Salford Quays riverside spot for an impressive meal, or tuck into a pre-theatre dish before catching a play at Lyric & Quays Theatre.
El Gato Negro is one of our favourite rooftop restaurants in Manchester, dishing up award-winning tapas and sun-soaked meals on King Street. Take to the highest floor here during the summer months and make the most of their retractable roof, getting a tan while peeking at the scenery.
As title-holder of the city's highest restaurant, 20 Stories Manchester is perfect for dinner in the sky. It dishes out meals like truffle risotto or grilled halibut with a pistachio crust, which are completemented by an impressive wine list and cocktails to make a memorable evening.
A cosy canalside pub, The Wharf is upgrading your weekday pint with its serene vistas. Whether you fancy an after-work tipple, some heartwarming grub or a hefty Sunday roast, this boozer's got you sorted when it comes to gorgeous outdoor drinking and dining.
Sitting away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is The Con Club, an Altrincham eatery serving up fresh seafood, sushi and signature cocktails. It also has its own on-site microbrewery for the beer lovers among you and a rooftop tipi from which you can see across the market area.