Manchester Christmas Markets 2022: Food and Drink Prices
Manchester Christmas Markets are now open, and the festive season has officially begun. Thousands of people descend on Manchester each year to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the markets that claim large swathes of the city. New this year is a giant Nordic-themed double tipi bar with a fire pit – definitely one to check out.
Stalls sell all kinds of crafts, including Christmas decorations, gifts, clothing, candles and jewellery, but the number one pull is food and drink.
The food each year is truly glorious. Seasonal favourites pull the people, including gluhwein, bratwurst, Greek gyros, roast dinner wraps, paella, pizza, and masses of sweets. And the drinks, too, are delicious, with an array of hot drinks, warming winter cocktails, mulled wine, hot chocolates with and without liquor and more.
If you’re looking to pay a visit to the markets but want to know prices in advance, you’re lucky because various websites have listed the food and drink prices you can expect at this year’s markets. We’ve summarized a few lists below to help you start imagining what you’ll enjoy on your visit – or multiple visits.
There is so much good food on offer this year we can’t list it all, so we’ve added some favourites without detailing their extensive variations – that will be a fun surprise for the day!
Korean Corn Dogs £5 – £7
Oi Dumplings £10 – £11
Greek Gyros £8.50 – £10
Farmhouse Cumberland Sausage Bap £6.50
Buttermilk Parma £9 – £11
Hot Roast Pork Rolls (with sage and onion stuffing, apple sauce) £8
Dirty Chicken Burgers £7.50
Fries and nacho cheese £6
Pizza £10 – £12
Bagels £8 – £10
Vegan Burgers £8 – £12
Most of us are all-around sweet fanatics, but this time of year really takes dessert to another level. There are many sweet treats at this year’s markets, but we’ve listed a few favourites below.
Churros with chocolate dipping sauce £7
Slutty brownie £8
Yum Yum Chimney cake £10
Most other desserts between £6 – £12
Hit the Bar
Several bars are scattered around the markets, with some only taking cards, so be sure to come equipped. Most also charge a mug (£3) or glass (£2) hire fee to be aware of and factor in. The below prices are average between the venues.
Spirit single £5.50
Spirit double £7.50
Premium spirit single £7
Premium spirit double £7.50
Prosecco/Pink prosecco £6
Mulled wine £5 – £5.50
Hot cocktails £8
Hot Chocolate £3.50
Chocolate orange £7
Fireside hot chocolate £7
Winter Ale House £5.50 – £6
Christmas At Ducie Street: Tis the season!
When you’re ready to come in from the cold, take a trip to the Ducie Street Warehouse, where the Festive Dining Menu will get you in the spirit in the lead up to the big day or indulge at the Ducie Christmas Day Extravaganza. Christmas day will be bigger and better than ever at the warehouse will the trimmings, so be sure to book now.