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101 Brasserie and Bar
Moments from Manchester’s theatres in the centre of the city, the 101 Brasserie and Bar combines formal restaurant style dining with informal bar. With its long curving bar facing out to Portland Street, 101 is ideal for those relaxed after work drinks enjoyed once settled in to the venue’s cosy booths or sofas. While the Lounge Menu offers delicious light bites, cakes and pastries to be enjoyed alongside beers, wines, tea or coffee, more substantial meals come courtesy if head chef Tim Lewis. Having personally sourced the best ingredients from the North West, Lewis has created a simple but flavoursome menu, his ethos based on uncomplicated food letting flavours speak for themselves.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 101 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 6DF [Map]

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110 Restaurant and Bar
Situated in the slick Circus Casino in Manchester's Portland Street, 110 Restaurant and Bar has an energetic atmosphere and an impressive modern menu. The bright dining room, with red carpets and black leather booths, has a fun, lucky vibe – and the restaurant's in-house bar is the perfect place to celebrate wins or commiserate your losses. The glass kitchen at the 110 Restaurant and Bar allows you to watch Head Chef James Lunham and his team create culinary masterpieces including the delicious roast confit of duck with sweet and sour cherries and shallot jus; slow-cooked cannon of lamb with rosemary fondant potatoes and a redcurrant glaze; and ginger marinated king scallops with red chard, rocket and pine nut salad.

Cuisine: To be updated
Location: 110 Portland Street, Circus Casino, Manchester, M1 4RL [Map]

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The informal Alto is the dress down dining option here at the rather glamorous Radisson Edwardian Hotel in Manchester. Situated in probably the city’s most famous building - the Free Trade Hall, variously host to Ella Fitzgerald, Winston Churchill, Bob Dylan, the Sex Pistols, Oscar Wilde and Joy Division - the Radisson retains much historical atmosphere with artefacts saved during the renovation from hall to hotel displayed throughout. Alto itself is a modern addition to the building, a sophisticated setting for dining and drinking, low lit by oversized light fixtures, decorated in easy, neutral tones and comfortably furnished. As popular during the day as at night, Alto, with its floor to ceiling windows bringing in the maximum of light, offers an airy, bustling atmosphere for lunches and breakfasts, becoming more intimate of an evening in typical brasserie style. Al fresco dining is available in summer with tables spilling out on to a terrace just made for people watching. The best of British is used throughout the menu with favourite homey dishes given a chic twist by the kitchen’s dedicated chefs. Alto’s monthly Jazz Supper Club is a must for muso-foodies seeking an evening with a difference.

Cuisine: French
Location: Radisson Edwardian, Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5GP [Map]

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At Bacchanalia restaurant in Manchester’s peaceful Chapel Walks, there’s no actual drunken nudity or worshipping of pagan gods. But there is always a gathering of diners and drinkers enjoying the al fresco tables, the buzzing modern bar with its world-class mixologists, and the brilliant, sophisticated first floor dining room. With its open kitchen, sunlit or candlelit tables, and cool minimalism, Bacchanalia is choice for business, shopping break or pleasure. Freshness is key – everything on the Moden European inflected menu is made on site, with dishes like deconstructed moussaka and daily-changing stuffed pan-fried chicken with flavoured mash. Wines and service are known to be excellent and the beers are double-chilled so the second half is just and cool as the first half.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 15 - 17 Chapel Walks, Manchester, M2 1HN [Map]

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Bistro West 156
Bistro West 156 restaurant is a shining star in the thriving restaurant scene on Burton Road in Manchester’s West Didsbury, a quirky corner that’s a foodie heaven not all that far from where the M60 and the M56 part company. Bistro West 156’s pocket-friendly traditional cooking cuts out all the malarkey to deliver modern British cuisine, the real food that loyal fans adore. The rustic dining room with its granite topped tables, blackboard specials and changing local art displays sets a relaxed tone for easy lunches and suppers. While the food may be fine dining level, the ambience is bistro informal from terrific breakfasts right through to the last sip of dessert wine. Everything is homemade, and customer favourites include superbly cooked comfort classics like fish pie, chicken Kiev and Bistro West 156’s very own melting chocolate pudding. You will succumb. The warm welcome and tables outside entice you to linger.

Cuisine: British
Location: 156 Burton Road, West Didsbury, M20 1LH [Map]

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Bouzouki By Night
If you're looking for a lively night out, then Bouzouki by Night in Manchester's Princess Street offers dinner-and-dancing options aplenty. Bouzouki's banquet menu is perfect for large parties, and the venue is a popular choice for people celebrating birthdays, hens nights, anniversaries and even divorces. Whatever the joyous occasion may be, you're sure to love Bouzouki by Night's authentic Greek cuisine. Favourite dishes include signature spanakopites, dolmathes, mousaka and baklava, and the restaurant has a wide selection of dry, fruity Greek wines. After dinner you're free to disco to the resident band's live Greek music until 2am. A big fat Greek good time is guaranteed to be had by all.

Cuisine: Greek
Location: 88 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6NG [Map]

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Choice Bar & Restaurant
Voted one of the top ten places to dine by the riverside by the Sunday Times, you’ll find Choice tucked away in a corner of Castlefield. The look is smart - cream leather seating, burgundy carpet and the exposed brick walls of the warehouse it once was. A friendly place, it prides itself on excellent food, wine and staff. Favourite staples of the largely seasonal menu are cottage pie, and Cumbrian lamb with colcannon potato and garlic and rosemary sauce. Excellent daily fish specials. Unusually, you can chose your wine from the walk in wine fridge. Occasional live piano music makes for even more atmosphere. Best table for two is number 17, by the arched window. A genuine destination restaurant.

Cuisine: British
Location: Castle Quay, Castlefield, Manchester, M15 4NT [Map]

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City Café
City Café restaurant in the heart of Manchester has landed – a sleek and stylish eaterie in the award-winning City Inn in landmark Piccadilly Place. The cool dining room in shades of fresh mushroom features luxurious fittings, white table linens and a lively ambience perfect for business or romance. City Café’s terrace is the only place to be in sunny weather. Head Chef Phil Green, previously of some of the most prestigious five star hotels and restaurants, also has Michelin star experience. He uses fresh local produce to create the modern European à la carte and veggie à la carte menus, but Phil really shows his stuff in the twice-weekly changing Market Menu. The wine list features small, artisanal producers.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: The Mint Hotel, 1 Auburn Street, One Piccadilly Place, Manchester, M1 3DG [Map]

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City Cafe Restaurant and Bar (Manchester)
Its modern elegance and soft understated styling is perfect for private diners or large celebrations.

Cuisine: European, Modern
Location: One Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn Street, Manchester, M1 3DG [Map]

To successfully transform a huge railway arch into a popular Italian restaurant you need gusto and vision. Fortunately, the friendly people behind Manchester’s Cocotoo have plenty of both. What’s most distinctive about this wonderfully over-the-top venue is its beautiful arched ceilings – colourful domes are painted with spectacular replicas of Sistine Chapel frescoes. Twinkly lights, a happy crowd and water features contribute further to a memorable night out. Reliably fresh pasta, pizzas and well-made Italian classics are prepared in full view in an open kitchen. Cocotoo is very much a stalwart of the city’s thriving restaurant scene, great for pre-theatre suppers if you're visiting the nearby Palace, and a favourite venue for showbiz parties.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 57 Whitworth Street West, Manchester, M1 5WW [Map]

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