Best Brunch Restaurants and Bars in Manchester
Brunch in Manchester offers everything from blueberry pancakes to scones, champagne, croissants, bacon and Bloody Marys. Nothing beats a fresh Sunday (or any day for that matter!) brunch in Manchester in a cosy venue. Here are our recommended suggestions of the restaurants and bars in Manchester that are best for brunch.
Last updated on 15th December 2016
Whether you’re out to keep things simple with some porridge or to fill your boots with a Full English, there’s a tasty plate of brunch with your name on it at Deansgate’s Slug. It’s a really relaxed space to grab some food, prices are happily affordable and the staff are friendly.
We don't know about you, but nothing quite gets us through the morning like eggs and bread. So where in Manchester is the best to brunch? From piled high eggs atop sourdough, to international breakfast dishes, head on down to Banyan for a delicious slice of that AM life.
Brunch is the best meal of the day, fact. And somewhere making it even better is The Refinery in Manchester. The glass-fronted building is split into a variety of quirky sections, and their brunch fare includes dishes such as Full English and Blueberry pancakes - why not add one of their incredible cocktails for a true brunch buzz.
With brunch being served until 4pm, Gorilla is the perfect place to recover after a long weekend of partying with friends. From waffles with bacon & maple syrup to the traditional full English breakfast - there's plenty to keep you feeling 100% once more and ready for another weekend of partying. Book your table today with DesignMyNight!
If you venture further a field away from Manchester's bohemian Northern Quarter there are still plenty of great places to delve into a brilliant brunch. Amongst these is standout The Cornerhouse. Renowned for its relaxing atmosphere and the staff's attentive care. It's the perfect place to unwind and spend the mid-morning reading your paper. After you've tucked into some of their delicious grub, why not spend some time in their cinema.
Popular Northern Quarter chain Odd Bar has a tasty option for brunch. If you head down to the bar and restaurant before 3pm a world of tasty treats await, such as the bar's infamous 'The Monster' dish - expect exactly what the description reads. Whilst you're there it would be rude not to divulge in a few beers or cocktails - bliss.