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Here’s how you can enjoy some of the city’s best cocktails from just £5

Manchester's inaugural Cocktail Week from July 12th to 21st, 2024, offers discounted signature cocktails at over 50 top bars and restaurants.
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Manchester Cocktail Week
Some fine cocktails at the Alchemist

Manchester is set to become a cocktail lover’s paradise as the city hosts its inaugural Manchester Cocktail Week from July 12th to 21st, 2024.

This ten-day extravaganza promises to showcase the best of Manchester’s world-class cocktail scene, offering hundreds of discounted signature cocktails at over 50 of the city’s finest bars and restaurants.

Manchester Cocktail Week

Manchester Cocktail Week
Cocktails at Tattu, anyone?

The event, organised by Marketing After Dark, aims to support local hospitality businesses while providing attendees with unique and memorable experiences.

Wristbands for the event are available for collection from the Corn Exchange, unlocking a huge selection of deals and exclusive offerings.

Experience the best of Manchester’s cocktail scene

Cocktails at Corn Exchange’s Cosy Club

Participants can look forward to a wide array of cocktails starting from just £5.

The wristband not only provides access to discounted drinks but also offers deals on food and other services across the participating venues.

With unlimited use of the wristband throughout the event, attendees can explore and enjoy the best of Manchester’s bars and restaurants.

Supporting local hospitality

Manchester Cocktail Week
Incredible cocktails at Fenix

Manchester Cocktail Week is more than just an opportunity to enjoy great drinks; it’s a chance to support local businesses.

During an incredibly tough time for the hospitality industry, you can enjoy some of the city’s best drinks, while helping independent businesses thrive.

The event aims to drive footfall and introduce new customers to these venues, helping to sustain the hospitality industry during challenging times.

It’s a true win-win.

A celebration for all

Whether you’re a seasoned cocktail connoisseur, a casual sipper, or someone who prefers non-alcoholic drinks, Manchester Cocktail Week offers a diverse range of experiences.

This event is perfect for locals, students, visitors, and tourists alike, providing a unique way to explore Manchester’s dynamic hospitality scene.

Don’t miss out on Manchester Cocktail Week

Get ready to shake, stir, and sip your way through Manchester’s first Cocktail Week. Enjoy fantastic deals, discover new favourite spots, and support the local hospitality industry. This is one event you won’t want to miss!

How to get involved

To join in the festivities, participants need to collect their wristbands from the Corn Exchange, located at 1 Exchange Square, High Street, Manchester, M4 3TR.

The collection point is open daily from 12 PM to 8 PM.

Which venues are participating in Manchester Cocktail Week?

The participating venues for Manchester Cocktail Week include:

The Ivy Asia, The Ivy – Spinningfields, Manahatta, Revolution De Cuba, The Banyan Tree, Salt Dog Slims, Dishoom, El Gato Negro, Yard and Coop, Tattu, Dirty Martini, Bill’s Spinningfield, Arcane Bar, Gusto Italian, Canto, Gorilla, Yours, The Lawn Club, Garten Bar, Impossible MCR, Browns, The Whiskey Jar, The Real Greek, Boolagu, Chinawhite, Banyan – Spinningfields, Banyan – Corn Exchange, Maya, Electric Shuffle, Society, Revolution – Oxford Road, Revolution – Deansgate Locks, Revolution – Parsonage Gardens, The Cosy Club, Fenix, The Alchemist – Media City, The Alchemist – Spinningfields, The Alchemist – New York Street, Tampopo, Riva Blu, Pho, Chiquito, Cloud 23, Mamucium, The MCR Lounge, Motley, Flight Club, Tampopo – Albert Square, Black Cat Club, VNAM, House of Fu, and Slug & Lettuce – Albert Square.

You can find out more about Manchester Cocktail Week on their website by clicking here

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