City Card is the innovative membership concept for people living and working in the city. Through association with select lifestyle brands, City Card gives you access to an exclusive range of member privileges at many of Manchester’s best restaurants, bars, gyms, shops, spas, salons, activities, entertainment venues much more - each time you visit
Welcome to the jungle, Take a walk on the wild side, explore legendary party spaces. Go wild in the Groovy Wonderland or unwind in one of our exotic cocktail bars. Discover the wonders of Tiger Tiger Manchester, with 8 uniquely themed rooms, each one brimming with attitude, quirkiness and a sense of mischievous fun.
Revolucion de Cuba Manchester, a stunning two floor bar and cantina just off of Manchester's busy Deansgate, is inspired by the spirit of the original party island and by those folk that didn't let the system get in the way of a damn good knees up.
Hidden behind a secret door and decked out with wood panelled walls, antique glassware, and of course, those taxidermy squirrel lights, the First Floor Bar at Cane and Grain is more than a subtle nod to the speakeasy. Drinks are cocktail led, with an emphasis on classics, but the menu also includes award winning creations from the bar’s skilled staff headed by Massimo Zitti.
The top floor of Cane and Grain is inhabited by The Liar’s Club little sister, The Liar’s Lounge - part rum shop, part dive bar, part tiki heaven, it’s a full on party venue that ensures the sun is always shining in Manchester, no matter what the weather is like outside.
The Rib Joint and Tap room is located on the ground floor of Cane and Grain. With its iconic 80’s skate posters, wall of skate deck tiles and limited edition David Bowie skate deck (given pride of place on a wall of its own), the ground floor bar is an homage to the site’s previous owner - seminal skate shop and free-party venue, Cast.
El Capo is not your average Mexican joint. Yeah, they serve up delicious tortillas full of flavor, life-altering South American tapas, and wings that make you scream so loud the windows might shatter, they also boast an epic happy hour, daily specials, and the best damn margaritas in town!
Located just a stone’s throw away from the likes of The Palace Theatre and Bridgewater Hall, the bar, which is open from midday until 6am, seven days a week, boasts a unique and well constructed cocktail menu, alongside an extensive spirits, wines and Champagne list
This recently redesigned kitsch cocktail bar is spread across two floors and offers great cocktails, world beers, wines and ciders. At weekends, it's one of the Northern Quarter's most popular night-spots with DJ's spin everything from classic motown and Northern Soul to fringe-pop and modern classics.
£2.8m karaoke bar & nightclub in Chinatown boasting lavish private rooms with state of the art equipment for groups of 6 - 30 people. If you don’t fancy singing, there's a large cocktail bar and dancefloor boasting some of Manchester's best bar staff.
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.
Fancy playing a round of golf at St Andrews, Pebble Beach or Royal Melbourne amongst others? Are you desperate for some practice on the driving range? Or do you fancy a go, but have never played golf in your life? Then take advantage of this exclusive offer on one of the 12 large screen golf simulators at the Piccadilly sports bar
Whether exploring the eclectic cocktail collection or sampling the culinary delights of the kitchen, unwind amid intimate elegance set to the sound of the legendary baby grand, with the help and expertise of award winning service waiting on you hand and foot.
Extremely popular New York inspired speakeasy, diner, nightclub and pool hall all rolled into one. Situated in a basement underneath the famous Affleck's Palace in the heart of the Northern Quarter, it's open until 4am every day, boasting great cocktails, five pool tables, table football, a hidden VIP room, live music and DJs spinning hip hop, disco and house.
A slice of New York’s downtown speakeasy style in the heart of Manchester, the bar is the perfect venue for laid back brunches, impromptu cocktail hours and bustling late night discos whilst the roof terrace, complete with permanent BBQ, is the ideal escape from the gloomy streets below.
Enjoy these and many more offers at Michael Caines informal cafe bar on the ground floor of the Abode Hotel next to Piccadilly Station. Outside seating and a late food menu, make it a great place to visit in the summer.