A proper, grown up bar in the Midland Hotel! Try Mr Cooper’s inventive cocktails reflecting Simon Rogan’s signature use of unusual ingredients, combinations and styles in a truly unique environment. Mr Cooper’s House & Garden combines modern touches with the history and heritage of Mr Cooper himself, whose house and famous gardens sat on the site back in 1819.
Fantastic Champagne and cocktail bar next to Manchester Central. Over a hundred Champagnes are available at very reasonable prices, all sourced from a wide range of large and small houses throughout the Champagne region. The award-winning mixologists also serve over 80 cocktails .
It’s been a roller coaster of skate boards, stuffed squirrels, bamboo and, of course, rum, ribs, bourbon and beer but finally Cane and Grain is open with three floors all with a very different feel. If it’s lunch and a beer that you are looking for then grab yourself a seat in our ground floor Rib Joint and get stuck in. For a sophisticated cocktail lovingly created by one of Cane & Grains top bartenders then hit The First Floor Bar. Finally for a zombie fuelled Tiki party hit The Liars Lounge on the third floor.
Small artisan cocktail lounge bar hidden away between the fashionable King Street and the Town Hall from top restaurateur Steve Pilling (Damson) and bar guru Mark Whyte. Some of the best cocktails in town appeal to a smart crowd whilst the covered outside sofas are popular on sunny days. Opened in August 2012.
The Lounge at Manchester House is a delightful bar situated on Level 12 of Tower Twelve in Spinningfields. The lounge and private terraces on Floor 12 have the look and feel of a movie stars pad. It’s slick, monochromatic dramatic and designed to be decadent, with wow wraparound views of Manchester.
Located on the 23rd floor of the landmark Hilton Beetham Tower, Manchester's sophisticated sky bar offers amazing views of the city. 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.
Rio Ferdinand's lavish cocktail bar and restaurant inside a beautiful 116-year-old Grade II listed building at the top of King Street serves its many famous customers some of the best cocktails in town. With live jazz music, it's the only bar in Manchester that serves Dom Perignon by the glass.
Amongst antique pharmacy cabinets, which give it an almost gothic feel, this multi-award winning Northern Quarter bar serves some of the best cocktails in Manchester. Fantastic DJs pump out everything from Fleetwood Mac and Paul Simon to the Hot 8 Brass Band and Snoop Dog whilst a downstairs bar is also attached to Dough Pizza Kitchen by an underground tunnel.