Sure, beer's in the name, but we're after steak and ale in Manchester – not pork and ale. Luckily, these guys not only deliver on a wide range of tasty bevvies, but also grilled meats too, meaning you can get a chunk of steak washed down by the hoppy stuff.
Steak and Ale in Manchester
There's nothing quite as luscious and satisfying as a big, fat, juicy steak. We've scoured the city for speciality steak houses and restaurants to bring you the scrummiest and most mouth wateringly good meat feasts. If that wasn't enough to entice you, we've teamed them up with fabulous beers to create the ultimate list of the best steak and ale in Manchester.
These guys are famous in Glasgow for delivering on two things: great foods and some of the best steak around. So luckily, Manchester's steak and ale scene is in good hands, as they select the top 1% of beef for their dishes, which makes it all the better to wash down with a premium pint.
The crew here at 24 Bar and Grill take no prisoners. Succulent 8-10oz steaks are served with triple cooked beef and dripping fried chips. If you couldn't decide between a steak and a burger, ground steak has been fashioned into their astonishing steak burger. Seafood lovers can dive into their take on a surf and turf meal whilst the mixed grill boasts a ribeye steak, lamb rump, chicken, sausage and beef. Craft beers and ales can be found in bottles or on tap, there is a house selection but ask at the bar for the real juicy pickings.
First things first, their well-stocked bar serves up a fantastic range of craft beers ales, so you steak and ale in Manchester fans can rest easy. And thir grill doesn't let you down either, offering up burgers and seafood dishes galore, as well as the main event: steak! Afterwards, catch their DJs and dance till the early hours.
Let there be meat! That's what the Good Book says according to these crazy carnivores. Burgers, barbeque plates and ribs fill this menu to the brim with juicy meat, but what we're most enamored with is their 12oz ribeye steak. Served with two regular or one Divine Side (we'd go for the sweet potato fries), this giant feast will set you back £22.95. Beers and lagers are available bottled or on tap, with the strongest being the 7.1% IPA Snake Dog.