There are a number of pubs and bars around Manchester Piccadilly Station, Piccadilly Gardens and Portland Street.
From the minute you step off the train at Piccadilly, there's a choice of traditional pubs, sports bars, cocktail lounges and gay clubs next to the station itself.
The walk down Station Approach towards Piccadilly Gardens offers funky hotel bars, chain bars and traditional pubs.
From here you can venture into the Northern Quarter with its popular bohemian bars or down the main Market Street shopping area towards the vibrant Printworks.
Alternatively, take a 90 degree left turn at Piccadilly Gardens and walk down Portland Street, sandwiched either side by the Gay Village and China Town, to experience some of Manchester's most intimate traditional pubs, large chain bars and even a science fiction theme bar complete with Darleks!
vibrant bar tucked around the back of Piccadilly
and on the edge of the Northern Quarter. This
tribute to legendary Manchester drag queen, Frank
'Foo Foo' Lammar, is a hidden gem that has scooped
the Pride Of Manchester Award for Best Bar in
Manchester two years on the trot
friendly little Cuban-style bar, hidden away off
Hilton Street in the Northern Quarter, close to
Piccadilly, offering midweek salsa classes and
classic soul club nights at weekends. Get there
early as it's normally packed. Over 25 policy
fantastic cocktail bar inside the multi-award
winning 4 star Mint Hotel is ideally placed opposite
Piccadilly Station and at the end of Canal Street.
A Cocktail Masterclass teaches you how to make
many of their fifty different Martinis, vintage
and contemporary cocktails.
Caines informal cafe bar on the ground floor of
the Abode Hotel offers outside seating and a late
food menu, making it a great place to visit, especially
if travelling to or from Piccadilly Station nextdoor
Kosmonaut has a laid back, artistic feel inspired by the bars in NY’s meatpacking district. The three bare brick rooms have been stripped back to reveal the former cotton warehouse’s original character and are filled with individually sourced reclaimed fixtures and fittings.
Imagine a wonderfully Parisian place right in the heart of Manchester - lots of dark mahogany wooden panelling, rich leather seating, colourful glass lights suspended from old metal chandeliers, lush green plants, original 1930s art deco doors, old sepia mirrors and reclaimed brick, all in a place flooded with natural light.
bar at the bottom of Portland Street, on the corner
with Oxford Road, with a pub style offering which
appeals to students and business folk alike. The
big screens and large plasmas make it popular
with sports fans whilst real ales, cocktails and
a good wine list are also on offer.
Sports bar with 12 large indoor golf simulators which also double as huge screens for live sports,
XBox 360 games, private karaoke screens or Microsoft
Kinect bowling lanes and dance booths. There's also pool and table football offering the full sports experience. Previously known as Golftorium
Popular bar on Portland Street, opposite Piccadilly Gardens and on the edge of the Gay Village. Bespoke furniture, dark cherry wood throughout and suede Chesterfield sofas all help to set an oppulent yet comforting environment. There's also a function room upstairs.
Traditional pub turned bar on Hilton Street just around the corner from Piccadilly Station. A good choice of real ales and draught beers are complemented by a pool table, rooftop terrace and live sport, making it one of the most popular bars in the area. Recently refurbished, the ice white bar is lit by changing colours, giving it a modern feel.
Fun, funky and fab gay-friendly, canal side 1960's and 1970's retro bar hidden away in the Northern Quarter behind Lammar's. One of the cheapest bars in the area, there are plenty of drinks offers as inviting as the friendly staff and funky party music,
Recently refurbished stylish
bar located within the four star boutique Macdonald Townhouse Hotel on Portland Street, close to the Gay Village and Chinatown.
The menu includes fine traditional ales and lagers, plus beers from around the world, in addition to tempting, original cocktail creations.
Disclaimer: All information correct 14/01/2011. ManchesterBars.com can not be held responsible for any differences experienced at the premises listed. All images and information ? 2002-11 Pride Of Manchester