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Top Ten Dog-Friendly Restaurants in Manchester

Would you like to go out to dine with your dog? As you can see from the list of choices below, there are increasingly more dog-friendly establishments in Manchester, so you don't have to forgo choice or style if you're planning to bring your furry buddy along. Due to a record number of individuals in Manchester getting dogs during the lockdown, bars and restaurants have reciprocated by letting customers bring their canine companions into an unprecedented number of places.

Here Is Our Selection Of The Top Dog-Friendly Restaurants In The Heart Of The City

1. North Tea Power

North Tea Power

North Tea Power (Image Courtesy: northteapower.co.uk)

At this Northern Quarter landmark, you are almost certain to encounter other dogs and their owners. Both tea and coffee are purportedly served at North Tea Power, which is located in Manchester. You won't be dissatisfied with their food; everything from their frisée salads to their mouthwatering homemade granola to their Monte Christos is delectable.  Your fur babies are not only permitted inside, but they can even snuggle up on the bench right next to you. There is a covered outside space as well for your pooches to interact with their furry friends. 

Address: 36 Tib St, Greater, Manchester M4 1LA, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 7pm, Saturday 9am - 7pm, Sunday 10am - 6pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No delivery

Website: https://northteapower.co.uk/

2. The Bay Horse Tavern

The Bay Horse Tavern

The Bay Horse Tavern(Image Courtesy: thebayhorsetavern.co.uk)

Ideal for a few peaceful G&Ts or an intimate pint in the evening. Being a traditional bar, it's wonderful for your canine companions. There are always great tunes playing, darts, lots of offers for alcohol, and proper delicious pub food. Let your furry friend explore the location and the outside area as you relax in front of a roaring fire. It is a laid-back location with personality and charm, a home away from home where you can unwind with your dog while enjoying a wide selection of craft beers, gins, and other libations.

Address: 35-37 Thomas St, Manchester M4 1NA, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 12pm – Midnight Monday – Friday 11am – Midnight Saturday & Sunday

Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway · No delivery

Website: https://thebayhorsetavern.co.uk/

3. The Refuge

The Refuge

The Refuge(Image Courtesy: refugemcr.co.uk)

When Refuge first appeared on the scene, it offered incredible food and even greater club nights. It's a versatile choice that has something for everyone. Everything is awesome, including the puppies you meet. One of the ideal locations for an Instagram photo session with your dog is in this lovely environment. A great way to fuel a relaxing day with delectable beverages. For a weekly catch-up, a get-together of your closest friends or family, or a night out on the town, head down for everything from diverse small dishes to hearty Sunday roasts. Put your sleeves up and get to work with your dog. 

Address: Oxford St, Manchester M60 7HA, United Kingdom

Opening Hours:

Public Bar

Monday to Thursday: 12 noon to 11pm

Friday & Saturday: 12 noon to 12am

Sunday: 12 noon to 10.30pm

Dining Room

Monday to Thursday: 5-9pm

Friday: 1-4pm and 5-9pm

Saturday: 1-4pm and 5-10pm

Sunday (all-day roast): 1-4pm and 5-8pm
Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway

Website: https://www.refugemcr.co.uk/

4. Ezra and Gil

Ezra and Gil(Image Courtesy: facebook.com/ezraandgil/photos)

Ezra and Gil is a dog-friendly neighbourhood café in the heart of the Northern Quarter that offers its owners a wide selection of coffees, teas, and snacks. The tiramisu float, which includes syrup and cocoa poured over frozen milk and capped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream, can help you get more out of your caffeine fix. Also hungry? The brunch menu is quite vast and includes sandwiches, poke bowls, and plates of pasta. Nduja scrambled eggs are a must-try. The ideal place to relax with your dog at your side that has a laid-back vibe and a minimalist interior. 

Address: 20 Hilton St, Manchester M1 1FR, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 8pm, Saturday - Sunday  8am - 7pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

5. Mowgli Street Food

Mowgli Street Food

Mowgli Street Food(Image Courtesy: mowglistreetfood.com)

The modest, authentic food at Mowgli is a far cry from the stereotyped British curry house, with tiffin tins brimming with the kind of aromatic, mouthwatering fare you'd find at street stalls and homes in India. Our canine companions are warmly welcomed at the chain's Manchester restaurant, which was the second location by Nisha Katona, an MBE for services to the culinary sector. Mother butter chicken is the most loved dish in this place. After all, they are a member of the family, and Mowgli takes pleasure in being a cosy restaurant where guests can eat and drink with the people they care about. 

Address: Corn Exchange Manchester, Exchange Square, Manchester, M4 3TR

Opening Hours

Mon – Thurs: 11.30am until 10pm

Fri – Sat: 11.30am until 10.30pm

Sun: 11.30am until 9.30pm

Service options: Dine-in

Website: https://www.mowglistreetfood.com/restaurants/manchester/

6. Crazy Pedro’s

Crazy Pedro’s

Crazy Pedro’s(Image Courtesy: manchesterbars.com/crazypedros)

Of course, going to Pedro's at three in the morning might not be the best idea, but most other times are very appropriate, especially at the Bridge Street location, which has a fantastic outside patio. When no one is looking, you can sneak your furry friend a few pieces of pepperoni off the pizza. Just be careful not to get too wasted on mezcal and forget the dog. Order your food at the bar, maybe get an ice-cold beer and a shot of tequila, and relax with your dog and their other furry friends without having to worry about table service. 

Address: Short St, Manchester M4 1AA, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: Monday - Sunday 12pm - 4am

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Website: https://crazypedros.co.uk/

7. Bab

Bab

Bab(Image Courtesy: babnq.co.uk)

Its motto is "Kebab's worth sitting down for," and this distinctive, canine-friendly eatery has undoubtedly changed the perception of the unassuming late-night snack for beer-swilling guys. Here, the open kebabs are beautifully decorated with floral accents and filled to the brim with delectable ingredients, including crispy chicken, fish with tikka masala, and succulent tender stem broccoli. There is enough available for those who do not enjoy kebabs, such as a meze menu and main dishes like surf and turf. Stop by on Wednesday nights, and you'll enjoy bottomless beverages for £29.95 with an order of two dishes. Just let your dog know that they'll need to assist you in getting over your Thursday hangover.

Address: 14 Little Lever St, Manchester M1 1HR, United Kingdom

Opening Hours:  Monday - Saturday 12pm - 10pm, Sunday 12pm - 8pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Website: https://babnq.co.uk/

8. The Counter House

The Counter House

The Counter House(Image Courtesy: thecounterhouse.co.uk)

This popular Ancoats hotspot offers vast international cuisines that blend comfort and health, for each meal of the day, so bring your doggo along with you. Another major lure is the Sunday roasts, which stand tall on plates and come with gorgeously puffed-up Yorkshire puddings. Table tops fashioned from exposed brick walls discarded yoghurt pots, and pop art displayed over the long bar can all be found within this dog-friendly restaurant in Manchester. On bright days, you and Puppy can enjoy some shade at the tables outside. You should try out their best dishes which include chicken Caesar burger, gem lettuce, parmesan, spiced fries and crispy onions. 

Address: 35 Blossom St, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6AJ, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 

Monday - Thursday 11am - 11pm

Friday - Saturday - 11am - 12am

Sunday 11am - 9pm

Service options: Dine-in · No takeaway · No delivery

Website: https://www.thecounterhouse.co.uk/

9. The Wharf

 The Wharf

The Wharf(Image Courtesy: brunningandprice.co.uk/thewharf)

There will always be dogs present in The Wharf. It's nice that all dogs, large and little, are accepted here and given a bowl of cool council pop. There is a fantastic assortment of beers, whiskies and gin to get wasted on and embarrass your beloved pet, and the cuisine is delicious, full meals. In the middle of the city, there is a real country tavern. On your next trip to The Wharf, treat your dog to a good time at this restaurant. The outdoor seating at The Wharf is ideal for your lovely dog! As soon as you sit down, the waiter will bring a water bowl, and this place is quite kind to your tiny dog. 

Address: The Wharf, 6 Slate Wharf, Manchester M15 4ST, United Kingdom

Mon – Thurs: 12pm until 11pm

Fri – Sat: 12pm until 12pm

Sun: 12pm until 11pm

Service options: Dine-in · No delivery

Website: https://www.brunningandprice.co.uk/

10. Elnecot

Elnecot

Elnecot(Image Courtesy: elnecot.com)

Elnecot, another jewel on the Ancoats culinary scene, offers daily dining at its best and takes its name from the area's original nickname. Inside, visitors will find industrial chic, and a small but nicely crafted menu will tempt them with classic meat dishes like slow-cooked lamb ribs and regional fare with a worldly edge. Additionally, owners of dogs that brunch have the choice of bottomless alcohol on the weekends. The best dish on the menu should be the Devon brown crab crumpet. 

Address: Cutting Room Square, 41 Blossom St, Ancoats, Manchester M4 6AJ, United Kingdom

Opening Hours: 11am - Monday - Saturday 11:30pm, Sunday 12pm - 11:30 pm

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No delivery

Website: https://elnecot.com/

Additionally, there are a ton of pubs and cafes providing delicious food that welcome canine companions. However, it's OK that not all dogs love dining out. If the surroundings are too loud, your fur ball might prefer to be snuggled up in bed since certain places can get rather crowded in the evening. The serviced apartments in Manchester are just perfect for your furry friend to relax in a homely atmosphere while you enjoy a night out with your family. Make sure you have a sitter to take care of your fur baby when you are not present. 

 

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