5 Of The Best Places For Brunch in Manchester

As one of my favourite cities outside in the UK (after London + Brighton, of course), Manchester has got a lot going on. Cocktail bars? Check. Boujee clubs. For sure. And when that weekend hunger kicks in? There’s brunch for that. From pared-back spaces to luxurious multi-storey restaurants, I’ve rounded up the best brunches in Manchester for every occasion.


Ezra & Gilย 

Where: Northern Quarter – 20 Hilton Street, M1 1FR
Why: Low-key cool with industrial interiors + counter ordering
What: Giant brioche French toast topped with fruit, mascarpone + meringue
ยฃยฃยฃ: Cheap + cheerful

Sunset by Australasiaย 

Where: Spinningfields – 1 The Avenue, M3 3AP
Why: The ultimate in girly decor; from the bar inside to the alfresco terrace
What: Frozen cocktails + Asian plates
ยฃยฃยฃ: Affordable luxe

Peru Perdu

Where: The Cotton Factory – 74 Princess Street, M1 6JD
Why: Hipster vibes, plants galore + a gorgeous atrium in a quirky hotel
What: Bottomless pisco sours with Peruvian plates
ยฃยฃยฃ: A beaut bargain (ยฃ30 for 2-courses + bottomless drinks)


Where: Ancoats – 41 Blossom Street, M4 6AJ
Why: Neighbourhood feels with an industrial interior + open-plan kitchen
What: Eggs, veg + a beaut ox cheek benedict with flowing drinks
ยฃยฃยฃ: Mains from ยฃ4.50-ยฃ10 + bottomless an extra ยฃ20

The Ivy

Where: Spinningfields – The Pavilion, Byrom Street, M3 3HG
Why: British classic with a sexy twist
What: Skip the usual space and head to ‘Asia’ for cocktails + *that* jade floor
ยฃยฃยฃ: Upscale bites at upscale prices

London Girlย โœ–๏ธ

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