Breakfast Places in Manchester

01 Jan 2009

Breakfast Places in Manchester

Categories: Stag Weekend News

A party city wouldn’t be complete if it only welcomed you to its drunken night time bosom, showered you with flashing lights and bar upon busy bar and then gave you the cold shoulder the morning after. You want and need a city that looks after you from morning to night, and we understand that the mornings on a stag do can be a fragile and painful affair. That’s why we’ve dug out a quick list of places that you can get a good breakkie to set you up for your next day and night.

Bar 38 – Peter Street Manchester, M2

This is part of a bigger centre of restaurants and bars called the Great Northern Experience. It serves Danish pastriesand coffee, and also grilled breakfasts.


Bumbles Team Rooms – 4 Warburton St. M2

This is a classic English cafe serving a sturdy English breakfast, though if you’re a bit delicate, you could start of with toasted tea cakes. Or you could be a man.


Murillos – 15-17 Chapel Walks, Manchester, M

If you’re lucky to catch sun in the terrace, you may even feel like you’re abroad with this Spanish style restaurant which is famous with the locals. Great for tea and a continental breakfast.


Nicky’s Sandwiches – 37 King St, Manchester, M3

If you’re looking for something quick to throw down your throat why not get a sandwich, it would take some searching to find a place in Manchester to beat these breakfast rolls and if you want something more there is still a complete fry up on offer with bacon, eggs, sausages, tomato, toast and tea or coffee

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Potters Bar and Kitchen – 114 The Orient, The Trafford centre, Manchester, M17

Despite being decorated with the deep south of America in mind, the menu is typically English with scones, fruit cakes and jam and a range of other morning treats.


The Living Room – 80 Deansgate, Manchester, M3

This exclusively styled dining room is infused with mellow jazz at the weekend from a live pianist as people tuck into Sunday brunch of scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, eggs Benedict or a carved roast.

I could continue, but this list is making me hungry and the bacon banjo breakfast van outside the office is calling.


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