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Experience the finest bars, restaurants and cafes Manchester has to offer

Staying in one of our serviced apartments in and around the city centre will leave you spoilt for choice, whether you like dining in Michelin star restaurants or sipping a coffee in artistic cafes, Manchester has something to suit every taste.

Food and Drink in Manchester

Manchester’s food and drink culture is thriving. With new restaurants, bars, gastropubs, micro breweries and cafes opening weekly, the city is establishing itself as one of the UK’s most exciting foodie destinations. From fine dining and afternoon tea to pop-up markets and humble street food, Greater Manchester is packed with options to suit any mood offering any and every cuisine you can think of. Why not try foodie destination, the Corn Exchange, or experience contemporary pub, The Pilcrow at Sadler’s Yard. Experience local produce or one of Greater Manchester’s independent and quirky coffee shops. This city is a haven for vegan and vegetarian cuisine, and is fit to burst with a number of halal options too. From family friendly joints perfect for the little (and big) ones, to Manchester’s vast array of cafe’s and delis, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

5 of our favourites!

1) The Marble Arch inn

An old English style pub with originally retained features , serves fantastic home cooked food and has an array of largers and beers to choose from.

2) El rincon

Situated in Deansgate down a quite back street El rincon has some of the best authentic Spanish tapas on offer.

3) Almost Famous

Urban graffiti-style decor in a gourmet burger joint with inventive sauces and sides.

4) Federal café bar

Espressos, all-day brunch menu and cakes, plus evening cocktails in a casual, Antipodean coffee bar.

5) Australasia

Modern Australian food including Indonesian and Japanese influences, served in a subterranean venue.

The Marble Arch Inn

73 Rochdale Rd, Manchester M4 4HY

El Rincon

244 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4BQ

Almost famous

100-102 High St, Manchester M4 1HP, UK

Federal cafe bar

194 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3ND, UK

Australaisa

1 The Avenue, Deansgate, Manchester, UK

Things to see and do

Whether you’re seeking culture, nightlife, history, or just good fun, there are plenty of things to do in Manchester. Be absorbed by the beautiful attractions such as the gothic architecture at John Rylands Library and Manchester Cathedral; take in fine art at Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth; discover history, old and new, at Manchester Museum and the Imperial War Museum North; see contemporary arts redefined at HOME; or even learn to ski at Chill Factore. Of course, Manchester is synonymous with football; it’s written in our DNA. So make some time to make a tour of the grounds of Manchester United and Manchester City, and discover the social history of the beautiful game at the National Football Museum. You can guarantee a ticket to any Manchester United home game with a Matchday VIP Experience. For those who enjoy getting active, a short journey from the city centre provides access to beautiful walks within Greater Manchester, such as Hollingworth Lake, Heaton Park, Sale Water Park and Haigh Hall. And if you need to keep the kids entertained, there are plenty of things to do in Manchester. The Science and Industry Museum, Play Factore and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre are great fun for all the family.