The best bars and nightclubs to hit now restrictions have eased | Manchester Edit

by Chris Balding

Now freedom day has been and passed, the UK is finally returning back to some normality and we finally hit the dancefloor and boogie the night away.

Manchester is one of the best nights out in the UK and it’s no surprise with the entrants on this list. Each one offers something a little bit different so we’ve got your good times covered.

The Blues Kitchen

“We need the funk, we gotta have the funk”. One of the latest offerings to Manchester’s nightlife, The Blues Kitchen is great for those disco divas, soul sisters and funky fiends. The Blue Kitchen spans over two floors, the first being a restaurant where you can get a taste of the deep south with their extensive BBQ menu and on the second floor they have a concert hall which will host live music 7 days a week, which really is good for the soul! 

Albert Scholls

Let’s take a trip to the alps in the heart of Manchester with Albert Scholls, the bavarian-style beer cellar. Boasting an impressive menu from their cook haus you can expect traditional european dishes with a modern twist but if you fancy a burger well they’ve got that too. With imported beer from Europe and few local favorites Albert Scholls lives up to their inspiration. While you eat and drink you’ll also be entertained by an array of live performances, music and cabaret. Wünderbar!


Is the list so far too civilized for you?! Well get down and dirty at Hidden. The award winning club is always featuring the hottest DJs to get your heart pumping all night long. This is truly a dance party paradise for the ravers. 

Flight Club

Want to eat, drink and dance, but still want more well then Flight Club hits the bullseye. Reinventing darts for the social scene they’ve added in fast and exciting multi-player games that will keep you hooked whether you’re a dart’s novice or pro. LET’S PLAY DARTS!

Bunny Jacksons

Yee-Haw! Do you like chicken wings? Do you like paying as little as 10p per wing? Then get yourself a little taste of America at Bunny Jacksons, the best dive bar in Manchester! Located in the newly developed First Street complex, Bunny Jacksons has a great relaxed stateside feel where you can catch the best sport American has to offer. Did I forget to mention they serve frozen daiquiri, what better way to beat the heat!.

The White Hotel

Ok…so this one is technically in Salford but we don’t care as it’s worth the taxi ride! Don’t be fooled by the name as The White Hotel isn’t a hotel but a club in an industrial estate, good job too as it’s definitely too loud to have neighbours. The White Hotel has slowly become a hotspot for all the ravers with its alternative events, ranging from arts exhibitions to all night raves.

Cruz 101

Looking like it belongs on the strip in Magaluf, Cruz 101 has become a real staple on Canal Street with a large dance floor and party atmosphere. This is a must if you want to dance the night away, with different events each night there is definitely something there for everyone.

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