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Until Jan 1970 Contact Bar & Kitchen
| 1 January 1970

Contact has teamed up with one of Manchester’s most-loved street food venues, GRUB to bring Oxford Road an exciting new food and beverage offering.

Until Jan 1970 HOME’s 1st Floor Restaurant
| 1 January 1970

Hearty classic meals with a contemporary twist, chosen to accompany your cultural explorations at HOME’s 1st Floor Restaurant.

Until Jan 1970 Umami
| 1 January 1970

Based in the heart of Oxford Road, Umami is a restaurant serving up Sushi, Ramen and Asian Fusion food at a delicious price.

Until Jan 1970 Seoul Kimchi
| 1 January 1970

Seoul Kimchi is an intimate restaurant on Upper Brook Street that serves Manchester’s most acclaimed Korean cuisine.

Until Jan 1970 The Refuge
| 1 January 1970

The Refuge, at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, is a luxurious, modern restaurant, housed in a magnificent, Alfred Waterhouse designed, Victorian brick and terracotta building offers 10,000 sq ft of drinking and dining for everyone and anyone with the instruction “Come As You Are”.

Until Jan 1970 Adam Reid at The French
| 1 January 1970

Adam Reid brings sublime fine dining renowned across Manchester and beyond for its exquisite flavours and excellent British cuisine.

Until Jan 1970 WOOD Manchester
| 1 January 1970

WOOD Manchester offers one of the cities best fine dining experiences, from the locally-loved winner of 2015 MasterChef UK winner Simon Wood.

Until Jan 1970 Indian Tiffin Room
| 1 January 1970

Charming and homely, the Indian Tiffin Room brings this classic Indian dish to First Street.

Until Jan 1970 Zouk Tea Bar and Grill
| 1 January 1970

Zouk Tea Bar and Grill is a modern, exciting restaurant, serving up some of the very best Indian-Pakistani cuisine in Manchester.

Until Jan 1970 HOME
| 1 January 1970

Manchester’s centre for international contemporary culture has something for everyone with five cinemas, two theatres, art gallery, bookshop and restaurants.

Until Jan 1970 Bundobust Brewery
| 1 January 1970

Bundobust Brewery in the St James Building on Oxford Street is the latest, and arguably the best addition to the ever-growing Bundobust chain.