Whether you're looking to start your weekend with a bang or seeking hair of the dog, Foundry Project's bottomless brunch in the Northern Quarter is a winner. This place has a tempting morning menu to add a bit of 'get up and go' to your day, including a dedicated hangover-curing pizza or a full English shakshuka.
Best Brunch In The Northern Quarter
Boasting independent bars and restaurants whichever way you turn, this is a top neighbourhood for a classic weekend feast. From piles of pancakes washed down by bottomless bubbles through to freshly brewed coffee that comes perfectly paired with a full English, these places are making a meal of it. Check out our guide to a Northern Quarter brunch.
When you need a brunch with a side order of entertainment, TUCK IN at NQ's Ply is just the thing. From different themes to featuring some of the best queens in the biz, this cool event offers a little more than just its pizza and prosecco.
If being able to snap your meal and pop it on Instagram is a must, this swish spot is a must-visit. From swoon-worthy interiors through to stuffed bao buns and sushi, Cottonopolis is about to become your favourite for bottomless brunch in Manchester's Northern Quarter.
If you're hunting for the best breakfast in Manchester or the Northern Quarter, then all-day hangout North Tea Power is the one. Worshipping at the altar of brekkie food, the independent coffee shops serves up classics or vegan options until the early evening, including sarnies, eggs on toast and rotating specials.
Cool and casual, Terrace NQ are all about the big breakfast plates, serving a full English across the whole day. If bacon, sausages and black pudding isn't your cup of tea, the spot has lighter dishes including eggs benedict. Or, for those with a sweet tooth, there's a wide range of homemade cakes.
A Manchester staple when it comes to brunch, Trof is serving up the classics until 4pm. Perfect for when you need a little TLC, this quirky restaurant bar will get your weekend started with avo toast, vegan breakfasts and roasted peaches, all washed down by an espresso martini.
Widely considered one of the best for brunch in Manchester, Federal Cafe & Bar is bringing a little Australian attitude to your Northern Quarter feasting. Proving it knows a thing or two about early mornings, this place will keep you coming back for banana bread, omelettes, Turkish eggs and bagels.
Like your brunch plates to come with a side of bottomless fizz? The Pen & Pencil is the restaurant for you. Oozing New York vibes thanks to its industrial decor, this spacious eatery is keeping bellies stuffed with brekkie classics, plenty of bubbles and a choice of cocktails.