We’re pretty spoiled for choice when it comes to unique bars in Manchester – from a simulation shooting range to a retro gaming bar complete with the N64 and classic arcade games. But you know what they say: the more the merrier, which is certainly the case for new kid on the block Sixes Cricket Club – who officially opened their doors just last summer.
Combining the classic game of cricket with the classic tradition of boozing with friends, guests can get lost in a unique social backdrop for those looking to ‘eat, drink and bat’ – with state-of-the-art batting nets available to hire by the hour. Following success in both Fulham and Fitzrovia, the opening marks Sixes first venture up North.
Players are challenged to test their batting skills against a BatFast Cricket Simulator and compete with their friends on a global leaderboard, all alongside enjoying their fantastic menu of food and drink.
Open to all ages and abilities, the immersive space is the perfect spot for a post-work social or weekend activity – thanks to its competition and addictive nature that brings the whole group together.
Sixes boasts a BBQ-inspired menu which will be served both indoors and outside, with twists on classic grub such as the Low and Slow Beef Topside Mini Buns, Overnight smoked Whiskey Glazed Shortrib in Bourbon BBQ and so much more. To accompany, guests can also enjoy craft beers and cocktails, too, which are perfect in the summer when dining outdoors.
Lucky remote workers will also be able to enjoy a fantastic membership package, too, which allows people to work from the bar and unwind with a lunch break batting session, with family deals also available.
Sixes Cricket Club is open now at the Corn Exchange, and guests can enjoy free late-night cricket during the first two weeks between 9pm and 11pm. Book your visit here.
[Featured image: Sixes Cricket Club]