Located around the revamped High Street and the ‘original Northern Quarter’ on Oldham Street, it’s next to both the Arndale Centre and Piccadilly Gardens, and is named after the M4 postcode where it lies.
Famous for it’s marketplace of independent shops, selling all sorts of weird and wonderful things, from retro & vintage clothing, rare records, collectable comics and artworks to unusual furniture. We’d also suggest you investigate the smoking varieties.
The Northern Quarters’ nightlife is the most vibrant of Manchester, whole host of privately owned bars and many young professionals living amongst the bars in the apartments. There’s new establishments opening up on a monthly basis serving an array of foreign beers, local brewed casks, cocktails, spirits and food.
The Northern Quarter also has a high proportion of live music venues with the long standing Band On The Wall, Night & Day Cafe, Dry Bar, Matt & Phreds Jazz Bar and The Roadhouse all enjoying a great resurgence.
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