Capturing the essence of football in the restaurant and their menu. Creating a fun, relaxed dining experience influenced by the spirit of the game. Football fans and foodies alike can appreciate a diverse, well-rounded menu with some subtle nods to the beautiful game.
Large Marston's pub opposite Trafford Bar metrolink station, next to the cricket and football stadiums. Cask ales, drinks offers, pool tables, NYE and a patio barbeque help make this one of the busiest bars near Old Trafford on match days with Manchester United fans arriving in their coach loads
Located in the beating heart of Salfords media City UK, the Dockyard is a 21st century local pub with an 80 seater beer terrace and views of Media city, the waterfront and the quirky architecture of the Lowry theatre and the Imperial war museum it really offers one of the most unique outdoor drinking experiences in Salford and Manchester
Odd's baby sister in Chorlton is the ideal place to sip a glass of wine or two, with outside seating perfect for those balmy Mancunian summer nights. A short walk to Old Trafford or a quick tram ride from the the new Chorlton station next door, Oddest offers a fantastic bohemian match day alternative to the bars in the city centre
A unique restaurant and bar situated on Ellesmere Street on the edge of contemporary Castlefield. The name is based upon on a tree that is famous in South Asia, where, in most traditional villages, provides a meeting place for the community. They gather in its shade to chat, relax or discuss important issues and make decisions.
Stunning traditional British canalside pub opened in Castlefield, July 2012, by quality local operator Brunning & Price. Two floors of hidden alcoves, galleries and and a large outside patio with views over the canal basin make this one of the most beautiful places to drink in the city centre. As well as a large boules court, it also boasts 12 cask ales, over 50 wines and 100 malt whiskies
Situated in the heart of Castlefield, Manchester, Barca has built a reputation of becoming the most popular hangout place in this area. Barca is now under new management, which means they’ve had a complete refurbishment in the main bar and outdoor area.
Situated in a stunning position with a huge patio on the banks of the Bridgewater Canal in the heart of the Castlefield urban heritage park, this Mancunian institution is without doubt Manchester's busiest bar when the sun is out. Popular match day boat trips to Old Trafford are available for most United games
Located on the edge of Castlefield and Deansgate Locks in an early 19th Century lock keepers cottage, this beautiful building has been refurbished back to its former glory, opening as an independent bar with a home from home atmosphere in August 2012. A place to play pool or darts, relax on the sun terrace or dance through the night.
Located on the 23rd floor of the landmark Hilton Beetham Tower at the Castlefield end of Deansgate, Manchester's sophisticated sky bar offers amazing views of the city and beyond. Table service and a fantastic cocktail menu, themed around Mancunian icons, add to the elegance. With a limited capacity, expect to queue for the lift in the lobby.