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The best places to eat in Deansgate, Manchester

Evuna Deansgate

277 – 279 Deansgate Manchester, M3 4EW

Full of Spanish wine, charm, and cheer, Evuna is a tapas restaurant in the centre of Manchester. With lunch deals like three tapas for £15.50 every day along with a main menu which offers meat, veggie and vegan options, Evuna is certainly worth a visit.

A restaurant and wine shop in one, founder Jane imports over 6,000 bottles of wine each month from several regions in Spain which are then available to buy in store. Evuna also hosts wine tasting events, which can be informative sessions led by an experienced guide, or more informal tasting sessions where you can sip and socialise. Six wines plus a speaker costs £35, while the food and wine matching menu including five wines and tapas costs £55. Whether you want to learn more about Spanish wine or simply want to taste some tapas, book a table and plan your visit.


The Botanist

78 Deansgate Manchester, M3 2FW

The Botanist is one of many cool places to eat in Manchester, with sharing boards, sandwiches, and even full Sunday roasts available. For a creative way to experience your perfect meal, try the build-your-own brunch board with five dishes per person – and why not add some bottomless cocktails?

The full cocktail menu is worth checking out. Each drink stems from the restaurant’s nature-inspired name, with floral, fruity, and herbaceous creations. If alcohol isn’t your thing, don’t fret – there are delicious mocktail versions of most drinks! Visit The Botanist Deansgate to test the menu for yourself.


Another Hand

Unit F, 253 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4EN

Another Hand combines casual dining with good food and hand-crafted cocktails. On the menu are flavourful sharing plates created with responsibly farmed and sourced ingredients. The fully open kitchen in the restaurant means you can watch the talented chefs create your meal of choice right in front of you.

The daytime and evening menus feature some adventurous choices, making Another Hand one of the most exciting places to eat in Deansgate – pickled clams or whipped cod’s roe, anyone? Book a table to ensure you don’t miss out on the experience.



Unit 4 Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate M3 4EN

Cibo brings real Italian food to Manchester, with the word “Cibo” itself meaning “food” in Italian. Authentic pizza, pasta and risotto can all be found on the menu, with deals such as one or two courses from the lunch menu, or two or three courses from the early dinner menu. Fish and meat dishes are also popular choices, and you can always browse the drinks menu for the perfect wine to pair the dish with.

Cibo also offers a bottomless brunch including three courses and unlimited drinks. Choose from prosecco, pina colada, and aperol spritz to accompany your starter, main, and dessert.


Las Iguanas

84 Deansgate, Manchester M3 2ER

Las Iguanas is all about Latin American flavour, with tacos, empanadas, and quesadillas standing out on the menu. To sweeten the deal, all cocktails are 2-for-1 all day, every day! If that sounds up your street, a bottomless brunch is also on offer where you can enjoy a main course with unlimited cocktails.

There’s lots to choose from on the menu with great veggie and vegan options, so there’s sure to be something for everyone! Book your table to check out what’s in store.

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