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8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

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8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

You might think you already know where to find the best booze and coolest atmosphere as for bars in Manchester, but the list never ends and the city continues to delight us with its hidden gems. If you are in the mood for an adventure, why not discover the bars tucked away from the hustled and bustle of the city? Mystery is always fun, so take your mates to these eight hidden bars in Manchester you need to visit.

1. Gas Lamp

A Subterranean Drinking Den is located in Bridge Street, heading towards Salford. Once a children’s mission, the underground space is a beautiful Victorian cellar bar in Manchester. Gas Lamp does not only retain the spirit of industrial Manchester, but it’s a modern wonder serving craft ales, single malt whiskeys and the best gins from all around the world.

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

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2. Dogs & Dough

Some people struggle to find this fair sized restaurant. Situated below ground level, down a small side road at the Albert Square-end of Cross Street is this quirkily named pizza and hot dogs venue. And it would not be on this list if it didn’t serve some booze. Yes, Dogs & Dough becomes “adults-only” during the evenings and serves terrific cocktails for under a fiver. You can also enjoy craft beer and prosecco while listening to cool music.

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

3. Épernay

With its exposed brick walls, balcony, and atrium, Épernay screams glamour. Hidden away from the city’s hustle, in the area of Petersfield, this gem offers one of the largest champaign lists for bars in Manchester. Grab a glass of champaign of or cocktail and get ready to pose in this gorgeous,  instagramable venue.

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8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

4. The Liquor Store

This trendy bar, disguised in a basement house in Deansgate, is an electric mixture of cocktails, snack food, and rock vibes. There’s a nod to American bar culture, but the real star is Manchester and its rich musical legacy. Open every night until 3 AM, The Liquor Store offers amazing atmosphere and unique cocktail creations such as “St Hendrick’s Elderly Rose” and the famous “Tina Turner Died!”.

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit

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5. The Bunker

An extension of Black Dog NQ, The Bunker is a dedicated dance space, which houses live music, comedy nights and a ping pong table. Food and plenty of booze are also available! A really cool choice for bars in Manchester!

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit!

6. Lock 91

This gem can be found in Deansgate, occupying three floors of a Victorian building with bare brickwork and beams. A stylish bar, cub, and lounge, Lock 91 offers a cozy, homely atmosphere along with a wide range of cocktails, spirits, beers, ales, and wines.

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8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit!

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7. Cane & Grain

A Hip New York inspired bar over three themed floors. Cane & Grain’s first floor is a subtler affair.  Antique glassware, copper bar tops, and homemade bitters and syrups, make it the perfect place for relaxation and to enjoy a cocktail from the extensive list.

8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit!

8. Twenty Twenty Two (TTT)

If you blink, you’ll miss it. Heading towards Tariff Street off DaleStreet, you’ll find TTT in what it looks like a loading access.  This chill venue is part a music, arts and ping pong place. With a generous selection of booze, you can relax and enjoy a night with your pals.

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8 Hidden Bars In Manchester You Need To Visit!

So there you have it! Our top picks for fun, hidden bars in Manchester! Now get out there and have some fun! (And a few drinks!)

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