Built in 1552, this building was firstly the family home of John Byrom, and then it housed a variety of businesses through the centuries before ... More
Old Wellington Bar & Restaurant (The)
Built in 1552, this building was firstly the family home of John Byrom, and then it housed a variety of businesses through the centuries before finally becoming a pub. More recently, it has been physically moved twice - once to make room for the Arndale Centre and then to its current site following the 1996 IRA bomb. The bar and dining areas retain a Tudor charm with wooden benches and stone floors that make you feel like you are stepping back through time. The 9.30am breakfast menu is replaced by traditional British lunches at midday. These include rump steak with mushrooms and onions at around £6 and sweets such as sherry trifle for £3. Draught Bass and Boddingtons is available, along with a selection of lagers and bottled beers.
One of Manchester's newer Spanish restaurants and tapas bars, Murillos has already become extremely popular with a loyal clientele wanting
quality food and a warm, authentic atmosphere. With occasional live music and al fresco eating on hot summer days ...
There is always a good atmosphere to be had at Chiquito's. The staff are obviously trained in a particularly American
brand of hospitality and it works well in the surroundings. The food is plentiful and enjoyable, if not exactly ...
This isn't just a bar and restaurant, although it is well known for authentic food and a massive choice of
tequilas. It is also probably the most famous Latin club in Manchester, with regular classes from beginners to experts ...