Flight Club Manchester

Ian Jones, Food and Drink Editor
Flight Club Manchester
Flight Club

Great for post-work drinks or just a big night out, Flight Club Manchester combines darts with booze without any risk of 80s sitcom-style mishaps. Easily one of the most fun destinations in Manchester, with a friendly clientele, even friendlier bar staff and glorious-looking decor. Sink a few high-end cocktails while living out your dreams of hitting 180 Bullseye-style. Speedboat for the winner not included, sadly.

Ship Canal House, 98 King StManchesterM2 4WU View map
Telephone: 01615377250 Visit Now

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