Valentine’s Day in Manchester
Valentine’s Day is on the horizon, and you’re undoubtedly wondering what to do for the big day. Perhaps you want to surprise a loved one, pamper yourself, or head out for massive group celebrations with friends. Whatever you fancy and whoever you’re with, you no doubt want some great food and drinks to enjoy on the big day. For a selection of stylish and original restaurants to try in Manchester, we’ve got you covered. And as the 2023 edition of V-Day lands on a Tuesday, remember to book the following Wednesday off if you’re planning a big one. You’re welcome.
Ducie Street Warehouse
For Valentine’s Day, Ducie Street Warehouse is offering a curated three-course meal on their Love-is-Love menu available from Friday 10th, right through until the 18th of February. Ducie’s Love Edition programming also features DJs plus a sexy sculpture event. The warehouse will transform into a romantic retreat with resident DJs livening up the lounge along with additional games and activities to enjoy. You can even add a night upstairs at Native Manchester Apart Hotel for those who want their romantic evening to continue without having far to go.
Why not head to the ever-popular NAM Vietnamese restaurant this Valentine’s Day? They’re offering two small plates, two large plates, and a bottle of house wine for £50, plus there’s the option to add two desserts for just an extra £10. Bargain. Plus, you’ll enjoy an evening soundtrack provided by The Soul Twins from 7pm – 11pm. Relaxed dining and tunes are ideal for celebrating the 2023 edition of Valentine’s day.
Blossom Street Social
Blossom Street Social curates innovative events with exceptional food and drink, and this V-Day is no different. The collective is hosting a pop-up with a menu created by genius Brazilian chef (and Masterchef star) Caroline Martins, who is guaranteed to have crafted something special. In addition, you can ask the Blossom Street staff to pair the perfect bottle of wine from their vast collection as you order exciting food that you’re sure never to forget.
Head along to Peru Perdu for an innovative way to spend Valentine’s Day in a colourful and vibrant environment that will captivate the senses as soon as you arrive. PAMPAS private dining will overtake the restaurant on the 14th, with guests enjoying a Bring Me Love menu serving Peruvian & Uruguayan inspired dishes, including supercut steaks and much more. The menu is for adventurous lovers with experimental yet always delicious elements to enjoy. So take this chance to try something truly unique this Valentine’s day.
For a touch of Mediterranean tapas, book your table at Canto. This stalwart of Ancoats’ has a fantastic reputation for inspired tapas that uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients from both near and far. They also offer a specially-curated selection of wines, spirits and beers, which compliments the lovely ambience and decor for an immersive and enjoyable dining experience. With all that in mind, it’s no wonder Canto makes the Valentine’s list.