described as the Student Quarter, the Oxford Road area
is a popular drinking area focused around the 2 mile
long road that runs from St Peter's Square in the city
centre all the way down to the Curry Mile in Rusholme.
the University of Manchester, UMIST, Manchester Metropolitan
Univeristy, Royal Northern College of Music and Northern
Ballet School campuses all on and around Oxford Road,
the area is popular with students for obvious reasons
and there are plenty of bars to keep them occupied.
goers also flock to Oxford Road and there's plenty of
bars and pubs near the Palace Theatre, Manchester Academy,
RNCM, Dancehouse Theatre, Green Room, Cornerhouse, BBC
Studios and Contact Theatre, all of which are located
in the area.
Road train station, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester
Royal Eye Hospital, Manchester Dental Hospital, St.
Mary's Hospital and the Manchester Aquatic Centre are
also on Oxford Road, with plenty of bars nearby.
It all started here back in 1996 when Revolution Oxford Road first opened its doors and was not only the very first Revolution bar in the estate but also the first dedicated vodka bar in the country. After evolving through the decades they are now renowned for their fantastic cocktails, delicious food and not forgetting their very own Vodka Flavours.
Opening in April 2013, the third late night venue from Black Dog Ballroom features five bowling lanes, with cheeky ball dispensers inspired by Balck Dog's famous Patterdale Terrier, Bruce. Located on Whitworth Street West, close to the Palace Theatre, Oxford Road Station and the student area, this is likely to be one of the busiest places in town
The younger sister of the Northern Quarter favourite, opened up in the old Pure Space unit on New Wakefield Street back in May 2012. Open until 4am every morning, its New York speakeasy style combines perfectly with a cocktail bar, pool hall, all day diner, rooftop barbeque terrace, karaoke lounge and a 400 capacity nightclub, Underdog.
Basement club, theatre & bar. Since the venues inception, in 1993, Joshua Brooks has stood at the forefront of Manchester's ever burgeoning underground scene, having originally played host to the Chemical Brothers first residency in the rainy city back in '94.