Manchester Restaurant Bars

Best of both worlds, just got to have it? With Manchester's edible institutions boasting enviable drinks lists to match, it's no wonder that we're such a hubbub of lush grub and liquid enticement. Manchester has some amazing restaurant bars where that double dream can become a reality. So whether you're after a great steak and a beer, Italian fine dining and quality wines, or American classics and a mean punchy cocktail then our list of recommended Manchester restaurant bars will have something that will quite literally satisfy your appetite.




Banyan Corn Exchange

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Taking up residency in the Corn Exchange, Banyan is a superbly stylish and relaxing spot for drinking and dining in Manchester. A trusty venue whether you're looking for a midday coffee and cake, a dinner date or some late-night cocktail merriment, Banyan is the in-demand branch of restaurants that made such a name for themselves across the Pennines.

Cane and Grain

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The Cane and Grain offers something truly wonderful to Manchester's hungry revellers. Spread across three different areas, the restaurant-cum bar brings the heat and spice of the South to the city's humble streets, combining carefully crafted cocktails with dazzling ribs and barbecue dishes. After having sampled all your favourite grub in the 'Ribs Joint' area, move into the venue Tiki-themed 'Liar's Lounge' and unwind with an exquisite spice and spirit infused cocktail. 

Manchester235

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With not one but two great restaurants, Manchester235 has something to suit all tastes. With James Martin serving up a range of seasonal favourites from locally sourced ingredients served in the most delicate ways, Ocean Treasure on the other hand is the Manchester235 way of bringing the far-east to Las Vegas. It serves sizzling platters, fresh seafood and traditional Chinese favourites that are always major crowd pleasers. 

Almost Famous

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Almost Famous is the home of the burger in Manchester; offering up massive meaty monoliths that defy the senses coupled with top beers and jam-jar cocktails that only sweeten the deal. The  In Manchester's trendy Northern Quarter, Almost Famous is a restaurant bar with a twist - a big juicy meaty cheesy twist.

Rosso

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Owned by footballer Rio Ferdinand, Rosso is an Italian restaurant with an abundance of glamour and class. Serving up fresh food alongside great drinks, expect a city centre restaurant bar with real charm. With live music throughout the week, Rosso is great for a date night or even for some quality after work drinks in Manchester.