Serving up the ultimate Spanish dose, La Vina is one of the best tapas restaurants in Manchester thanks to their dedication to classic dishes and regional favourites. A laid back restaurant with the right romantic nods, date night at La Vina is the ultimate.
Best Tapas Bars in Manchester
Whether you're looking for a saucy date night restaurant or just an excuse to nibble on someone else's plate, Manchester is bringing a sunny taste of Spain with its range of tapas restaurants. Get into the European spirit with jugs of sangria and bottles of Rioja, munch on patatas bravas and feast your way through spicy chorizo at these tapas bars in Manchester.
A big name on the Manchester tapas scene, and boasting a top roster of restaurants the UK over, Iberica is at the forefront of contemporary Spanish dining. A must-try for those looking to indulge in something a little different, make haste for Iberica.
Join the Cuban Revolution and drink some rum, peck on some dishes from Latin America, the Caribbean and beyond, whilst swinging along to live music in their Havana Club Bar. Their colourful, Cuban-inspired tapas choices are a perfect complement to the all-round lively Cuban experience.
Situated in an old bank building in Manchester's Northern Quarter, Evuna Tapas Restaurant Bar is the sister restaurant to Evuna Deansgate. Park yourself by one of the outdoor tables and enjoy a splash of red, white, or whatever takes your fancy, that can be sampled along with your tapas dishes or ordered by the bottle to take home with you.
One of the most charming independent tapas restaurants in Manchester, Bar San Juan keeps its interiors stylish and minimal, proposing a full focus on the plates. Boasting five stars across the board, head back for laid back tapas in a friendly enviroment.
One of the best tapas restaurants in Manchester, and the perfect nod to gastro dining, El Gato Negro is the ultimate must-try in the city. It's also perfect for a swish date, with sultry, red interiors inside, and when the sun shines, a gorgeous little roof terrace.
Alongside their impressive range of cocktails and spirits, Sandinista boasts an array of Spanish style tapas and sharing dishes such as the much loved classic – paella. Chuck in stripped back interiors, quirky cocktails and lots of candlelight and we spy a date night spot.
Sure, by trade, Molly House is in fact a pub, but did you know that their menu is almost strictly tapas orientated? Brimming with sauces, bites and small plates, indulge in some of the best prawns and patatas bravas in the business in a pub setting.