The perfect treat day for the hungry couple, Wing Fest is returning to Manchester this August with some of the best chicken in the country. Get stuck into £1 wings, eating competitions, bourbon drinking and axe throwing across two delicious days.
Things To Do For Couples In Manchester
So you've done it. You've found someone that actually wants to spend time with you when they could be doing other things. All your friends think you're couple goals, but the honeymoon phase is over, and hours simply staring into one an another's eyes doesn't quite entertain you as much as it once did. So, the question is, how do you up your date night game? Lucky for you, we've rounded up some of the best things for couples to do in Manchester; from romantic restaurants to brewery tours and cocktail-heavy brunches.
Not your average date night location, Treetop Adventure Golf is shaking up the usual dinner and drinks combo with a little putt-putt action. Head to The Printworks where the Instagrammable spot offers 2 courses, VIP areas and a pizza spot alongside cocktails and drinks.
Make a day of it and head to the Piccadilly Tap for an afternoon learning about the Manchester microbrewing scene. A perfect date idea for couples who love their hops, it's a fun and informative tour where, yes, you will also get a little squiffy.
Put any driving debates to rest and hit the track at Teamsport, where you'll burn some rubber and battle it out to win eternal bragging rights. This thrilling go-karting experience promises you and bae a date to remember with over 550 metres of multilevel tracks to race upon.
Shake up date night with a trip to this unique bar. Think darts, but supercharged, as Flight Club gives a whole new meaning to the game. There's also thirst-quenching cocktails, sharing plates and more.
Switch up your lockdown date nights with a trip to the 1920's, where Prohibition is in full swing and Cassidy's Pharmacy are you go-to for illicit drinking. Order your favourite cocktails from these master smugglers and you can indulge in any thing from espresso martinis to cask-aged negronis.
Not your usual date night idea in Manchester, this gin-favourite is promising over 100 different types of the boozy stuff, as well as tastings, talks, live music, street food and more in the heart of the city centre.
The ultimate one-stop-shop for a dreamy date night, Three Little Words is part of the Spirit of Manchester Distillery. Head here for a boozy lesson on the distillery process before feasting on an array of healthy small plates and moreish mains. Washed down with a fair few gins, naturally.
Mixing stunning food with industrial decor, the James Martin Restaurant is a must-visit if you're looking to treat yourselves a little. Enjoy delicious dishes and great wines at this lovely Deansgate eatery, perfect for fancy date nights and anniversary celebrations.
If you're a couple that loves a tipple or two, this is the quirky date idea for you. Cocktails in the City is making a mighty return to Manchester this October, bringing exclusive tastings, interactive games and some of the city's best mixologists along with them.
A slinky spot in an unassuming part of the city, The Dakota Grill spruces up any date night plans. With sleek interiors and a menu of classic cocktails perfectly matched with impressive dishes and even a Champagne Room, this is one for your hit list.
With stunning interiors and exciting cocktails, Cottonopolis is one of the Manchester date night bars to try out. Whether you're turning up for a couple of drinks or sampling some dishes from their eclectic menu, it always makes for a fun but intimate setting.
The ultimate sunshine-filled date, Gin Fever is a daytime festival celebrating all things gin. Heading to Mayfield Depot for one weekend only, ticket-holders will be able to sample a huge selection on gins whilst attending masterclasses and munching on mouth watering street food.
Wolf At The Door may tout an award-winning drinks list and mouthwatering food offering, but this chilled back spot is a welcome retreat from the stuffier picks in the city. Think small plates, classic desserts and intriguing wines to wash it all down.