On Monday 20th March, spring will officially arrive in the Northern Hemisphere. As we wave goodbye to dark mornings and miserable weather, we can now welcome longer days, more sunshine and, most importantly - beer gardens!
If you’re anything like us, you only need one glimpse of sun before you’re rushing to your closest pub for a pint outside.
Keep reading as we reveal the ultimate list of beer gardens in and around Manchester…
The Oast House
Situated in the heart of Spinningfields, The Oast House is possibly the most famous beer garden in Manchester. With an extensive bar menu, live music and hanging kebabs, this Manchester gem never fails to deliver the ultimate good vibes on a sunny day. An all-time favourite here at DMT.
The Lawn Club
Also located in Spinningfields, The Lawn Club offers a chilled garden vibe accompanied by cocktails, pizza slices & private pods. This friendly, sociable spot is perfect for those after-work drinks & nibbles.
The Didsbury is a pleasant little pub providing traditional British dishes and a family-friendly vibe. With its huge outdoor garden, this is the perfect spot for anyone who wants a break from those crazy crowds in the city.
Situated in the middle of Thomas Street, Terrace NQ offers tasty home-cooked pizzas and a chic cocktail menu, all of which can be enjoyed on the friendly roof garden.
The Wharf is a cosy canal-side pub located in the heart of Castlefield. Offering superb roasts and an even better beer garden, this is the perfect spot for those sun-soaked weekends in Manchester.
First built in 1886, The BlackFriar is a historic pub located in Salford. After its interior was destroyed by a fire 15 years ago, this little gem has been lovingly restored into a fine dining restaurant and elegant beer garden.
With its gourmet food menu, luxury cocktails and an abundance of greenery, this is the perfect place for those warm-weather drinks.
Ducie Street Warehouse
If you love beer, brunch and a good ol’ boogie, then Ducie Street is definitely the place for you. Although it makes a great spot for summer drinks, its covered, heated terrace means you can also enjoy those outdoor beers any day of the year.
Worsley Old Hall
Worsley Old Hall is another great option for those who want to escape the city madness. Located in the picturesque village of Worsley, this 17th-century country house pub offers a leafy beer garden, a tasty food menu and overall great vibes.
Tucked away by Bridgewater Hall, Society features a range of street food, craft beers and a friendly, sociable atmosphere. From flavoursome Asian dishes to towering cheeseburgers, this is the perfect spot to enjoy a bite to eat by the Rochdale Canal Lake.
And there you have it, the best beer gardens in Manchester. Keep an eye out on our Instagram for more fun-filled recommendations around the best city in the UK!
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