Spice things up at Wahaca where you'll find international flavour in the form of Mexican street food staples like tacos, enchiladas burritos. Heralded for their affordable bites, Wahaca also serves up a cracking selection of cocktails, so you can drink the day away.
Mother's Day 2020 in Manchester
Don’t get caught empty-handed! Your Mum has put up with you all year, so treat her to a special day this March 31st. With endless venues to choose from, you can treat your special lady to lavish afternoon tea in a swanky hotel bar, dinner at a top restaurant or drinks in a decadent champagne bar for the ultimate Mother's Day in Manchester.
If there's one thing we all know to be true, it's that mums love wine. Perfect for those that love locking lips around a bottle, you'll find some of the finest wine in the word alongside tasting classes, charcuterie and a delicious Italian-style afternoon tea.
Located in the heart of Deansgate, this is a refined restaurant and bar that offers high standards of service combined with a cool and contemporary interior. An indulgent roast dinner washed down with a fine range of wines and cocktails awaits at the legendary Living Room.
From freshly carved roasts with all the trimmings to Mother's Day specials like monkfish and spring lamb, Brown's is a top choice. Not only is the menu looking tasty, but with lashings of champagne and a live pianist, she'll feel extra special.
Bringing beautiful food and drink to a welcoming plot in the Corn Exchange, there's a complimentary glass of fizz for every mum that steps through the door this coming Mothers Day. Banyan will be serving up a special brunch menu on the day, showcasing the freshest local produce and capping things off with first-rate service.
Dia de las Madres comes to Revolucion De Cuba to offer an exotic twist on your Mothers Day festivities. Situated clear of the main Deansgate hub, this cocktail bar and cantina offers a taste of Cuba with its tropical vibe and world class range of rum. Join them for 2-4-1 cocktails, tapas and coffees.
Perched at the top of Deansgate's Hilton Hotel, Cloud 23 is the go-to for innovative cocktails, mouthwatering food and stunning views across Manchester. Whether she's the kinda gal who likes a sky-high afternoon tea or sunset cocktails, you'll find it all here.
Hailed as one of the plushest restaurants in the city with James Martin at the helm (your mum is probably gushing over this TV chef as we speak), a visit here is sure to show your number one lady just how much she means to you.
Is your mum a bit of an interiors buff? Does she like interesting trinkets, charming plates and cocktails aplenty? Then it's off to Spinningfields for you. Heralded for their decorative restaurant and dazzling terrace, make it a meal to remember.
If you can't pull out all the stops on Mothers Day, when can you? A favourite haunt for the city's A-listers, Rosso is the Rio Ferdinand spot housed in a stunning Grade II listed dining room. Expect a sumptuous Sunday lunch spread accompanied by quaffable wines and cocktails.
If you're really hoping to impress, venture to Spinningfields where the iconic Ivy has set up shop. Encompassing a ground floor brasserie, Asian restaurant and stunning rooftop all in one, there's something for every kind of mum; whether she's a little laid back or into the finer things in life.
Renowned for its wildly OTT decor and Alice in Wonderland-themed interiors, the Richmond Tea Rooms is one of the most unique options this March. Bring mum for a traditional afternoon tea session that the Mad Hatter himself would approve of, then head to the adjoining cocktail lounge for some daring and creative drinks to finish.
Treat her to delectable cocktails and dreamy treatments as 20 Stories team up with Molton Brown to bring you luxury massages and pamper time as they showcase their brand new range. You can even get your hands on complimentary goodies and listen to a live soul band.