3 top wine bars in Manchester
When you love wine and are in Manchester, this guide makes a perfect match for you! If you have time, visit them all!
Phone: +44 161 826 3008
Address: 9 Murray Street, Manchester
Erst is a natural wine bar and restaurant in the Ancoats, a historical and recently regenerated area of Manchester now filling up with independent businesses and trendy places to eat and drink. The interior is stylishly pared back – clean lines, a brushed steel bar plenty of wood. A series of simple but flavourful European small plates and wine friendly snacks – oysters, salami, anchovies and grilled flatbreads – are on the menu.
Phone: +44 161 312 8328
Address: 406 Wilbraham Road, Manchester
The Creameries is a low key but high quality neighbourhood restaurant, wine bar and shop in the bohemian quarter of Chorlton, Manchester. Set in a former Edwardian dairy, the restaurant serves ethically sourced seasonal set menus for lunch and dinner. The wine bar (open evenings only) has snacks and an extensive list of low intervention producers, and also host regular tastings and meet the winemaker events.
Phone: +44 161 660 7177
Address: 30-32, Thomas Street, Manchester
Wolf at The Door is a relaxed three floor neighbourhood restaurant and bar with tables and counter dining in the lively, youthful Northern Quarter. The menu is a clear single page of small and large sharing plates, three sides and two desserts. It’s seasonal, new British cooking, elevated with some cheffy techniques, clearly inspired by the great outdoors. Dishes are cooked over coal on their custom made grill for maximum flavour and plated with skill and creativity. With an eye on lifestyle, travel and good times as much as food and flavour they have a record shop and café over the road and ‘...