Here Are All Of The Manchester City Centre Restaurants Opening This Weekend

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Here Are All Of The Manchester City Centre Restaurants Opening This Weekend

Your ultimate guide to where to eat this weekend onwards.

Rejoice – our favourite bars and restaurants are finally opening, meaning we can hang out with our loved ones without having to sit two metres apart in a field, unable to drink because there are no toilets nearby. It’s set to be a magical affair which will see thousands across the country finally reunite after months apart… But where exactly will be open?

Although the government has given the greenlight for bars and restaurants to fling open their doors on July 4th, not everywhere is ready to welcome us back in a rush. Don’t panic, though, because a large handful of restaurants are prepared to greet us with open (socially-distanced) arms – offering a slice of pre-pandemic life at long last. Here’s our guide to restaurants in Manchester city centre that will be open from July 4th onwards.

Credit: The Counter House

Open on July 4th onwards (check their websites to make bookings):

  • Almost Famous, Great Northern
  • Lust, Luck, Liquor & Burn
  • Rudy’s, Ancoats and Peter Street
  • Crazy Pedro’s, NQ and Bridge Street
  • Albert’s Schloss
  • The Ivy
  • Hatch
  • Banyan, Corn Exchange & Spinningfields
  • Zouk
  • Scene Indian Kitchen
  • Trof
  • The Edinburgh Castle
  • Cottonopolis
  • Menagerie
  • Vietshack, Ancoats
  • Mamucium
  • Dakota Grill
  • Ciaooo Pizza
  • Doner Haus
  • Salvi’s, Corn Exchange
  • Ezra & Gil
  • The Counter House
  • Federal, Deansgsate & Northern Quarter
  • Gino D’Campo’s My Restaurant, Corn Exchange
  • Proove Pizza
  • Noi Quattro
  • Cane & Grain
  • Piccolino
  • 20 Stories
  • Oast House
  • The Refinery
  • Turtle Bay
  • Manahatta
  • Peru Perdu
  • Elnecot
  • The Bay Horse Tavern
Credit: Elnecot

While that’ll guarantee you a whole lot of choice for your first meal out, we can also expect other favourites to begin opening their doors throughout July.

Here are all the restaurants confirmed to open later this month:

  • Six By Nico, July 13
  • Almost Famous (NQ), July TBC
  • WOOD, July 10
  • The Pen & Pencil, July 8
  • Hawksmoor, July 16
  • Yard & Coop, July 6
  • BAB, July 8
  • Mowgli, July 6
  • Dishoom, July 10
  • Tampopo, July TBC
  • Vapiano, July TBC
  • Wahaca, July TBC

[Featured image: Almost Famous/20 Stories]

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