8 Of The Best Late Night Spots For Dinner In Manchester City Centre

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

8 Of The Best Late Night Spots For Dinner In Manchester City Centre

Those post-work drinks left you feeling a bit peckish?

Living and working in the city, the possibilities for going out are endless – and the best thing about Manchester? The bustling city plays home to a ton of incredible eateries that serve grub until the late hours. If you’ve had a cheeky few, or simply have a craving you need to fulfil, we’ve rounded up the best places to eat late at night in Manchester city centre.

Crazy Pedros

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The ultimate after-work spot, Crazy Pedro’s is open until 4am and is the perfect place to pick up a beer and a slice when you’re feeling a bit peckish. Pizza is available by the slice or the whole 16″, with nachos and even pizza nachos also available to order. Choose from their Mac Daddy pizza, the KFC, and even a bin lid filled to the brim with nachos. Crazy Pedro’s has two sites across Manchester, both open till the early hours with great music, beers and of course – grub! Crazy Pedro’s, Short St, Manchester, M1 1JG | 55-57 Bridge St, Manchester, M3 3BQ

Bunny Jacksons

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Serving their main food menu until 10pm, Bunny Jacksons is the home of the delicious 10p wing, with loaded fries, chicken dippers, juicy burgers and much, much more available to order. But the real pull for the joint? Their incredible chicken wings. Classic wings are just 10p per wing, with buffalo and BBQ options costing just 20p per wing, and the fancier Jack Daniel’s BBQ and Tequila Verdita wings at 30p per wing. If you’re looking for a snack after sinking a few pints though, the bar serves hot dogs for just 50p(!!) from 10pm-2am. I’ll take four, please. Bunny Jackson’s, 1 Jack Rosenthal St, Manchester, M15 4RA.


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CBRB – short for Cocktail Beer Ramen + Bun is a little spot tucked away on Oldham Road which does exactly what it says on the tin: serve cocktails, beer, ramen and Bao buns. The only late-night ramen joint in Manchester, hungry Mancunians can grab some good ol’ grub till 2am. With a variety of ramen dishes and Bao buns on the menu, Asian food fans can also enjoy plates of Kimchi, fried chicken and edamame beans while washing it down with one of their refreshing cocktails. Their beers work on a rotating basis, with stouts, lagers and IPA’s to choose from. CBRB, 101-103 Oldham St, Manchester, M4 1LW.


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Archie’s has been fast-growing since its 2010 launch, and it’s for good reason. The restaurant now has three venues around the city, making it the perfect pitstop for a burger if you’re peckish. Their Oxford Road diner is open until 3.30am most nights and 4.30am weekends, with their takeaway further down the road fulfiling your burger needs till 2am. The burgers are juicy and stacked, with crispy chicken, succulent beef, Chilli Con Carne and so much more to choose from. Archie’s, 115 Oxford Rd, Manchester, M1 7DU | 72 Oxford St, Manchester, M1 5NH.


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One of Manchester’s finest tapas spots, Evuna serves food till 11pm at their Deansgate location, and 10pm at their Northern Quarter restaurant. The Spanish restaurant comes highly rated, with delicious and well-presented dishes including chilli fillet steak, roasted pork belly, and their much-loved seabass fillet. Dishes are varied, with plenty of vegetarian options to choose from. Fine wine lovers can also rejoice at the length of their carefully curated list, with refreshing bottles imported from Spain. Evuna, 79 Thomas St, Manchester, M4 1LQ | 277-279 Deansgate, Manchester, M3 4EW.

Black Dog NQ

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Popular late-night spot Black Dog NQ is open till daylight, with DJs, cocktails and pool till 4am and 5am on Saturdays. The New York-style bar also serves up some top-notch grub, however, making it the perfect spot to stay if you fancy a night out un-interrupted by needing to eat. The kitchen is open till 10pm, where guests can dine on American-style cuisines such as burgers, wings and hot dogs. The perfect fuel for a few games of pool! Black Dog NQ, 52 Church St, Manchester, M4 1PW.

Almost Famous

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‘Famous’ for their unbelievably tasty burgers, Almost Famous has two sites across the city, making their juicy burgers easier to access! The joint was born right here in our beloved Mancunia, with a menu that is predominantly burgers. The stacked creations are full of all the messy goodness you’d hope for, such as lashings of BBQ sauce, pulled pork, buttermilk chicken and even Frazzles crisps! Their pizza fries come highly recommended, and hungry Mancs can grab food till 10pm most nights, and 11pm weekends. Almost Famous, 100-102 High St, Manchester, M4 1HP | Unit 2, Great Northern, Peter St, Manchester, M3 4EN.


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This one’s for the veggies! Bundobust has been massively successful since it opened in Piccadilly a few years back, with a new site in town on the way for fans to enjoy! The spot is well-known for its vegetarian Indian street food, also serving up a variety of craft beers to enjoy. Open till 11pm most nights and midnight on weekends, expect street dishes such as bhajis, curries, and delicious combo trays to scran. Bundobust, 61 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2AG.

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