King Street Manchester

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King Street is one of the most picturesque parts of Manchester with buildings designed by Alfred Waterhouse and C.R. Cockerell. Once Manchester’s financial epicenter, it’s now home to high-end retail and fine dining.

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Opening Hours

  • MondayOpen 24 hours
  • TuesdayOpen 24 hours
  • WednesdayOpen 24 hours
  • ThursdayOpen 24 hours
  • FridayOpen 24 hours
  • SaturdayOpen 24 hours
  • SundayOpen 24 hours

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

What's on near King Street Manchester

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ComedyManchester
Comedy Balloon

Every Wednesday at Ape & Apple, Manchester’s official underground comedy club, Comedy Balloon’s friendly and warm comedy night takes place.

free entry
Writer Kate Feld. Photo by Simon Buckley
LiteratureManchester
Kate Feld at House of Books & Friends

Kate Feld has a book out and we couldn’t be happier – Deeryard is a new pamphlet of prose poetry and photographs, published by Manchester independent press Death of Workers Whilst Building Skyscrapers.

from £0.00
MusicManchester
Manchester Psych Fest 2024

Manchester Psych Fest, the UK’s trailblazing psychedelic music and arts festival has announced a massive bill for its 2024 edition.

from £45.20

Where to go near King Street Manchester

Rapha Clubhouse Manchester
City Centre
Shop
Rapha Clubhouse Manchester

AKA cyclist heaven, Rapha is more than just a cycle-wear shop. It’s a place for anyone who loves cycling to congregate and celebrate the sport together.

Mr Thomas’s Chop House
City Centre
Restaurant
Mr Thomas’s Chop House

Mr Thomas’s Chop House first opened as a public house in 1870. It has beautiful arches and Victorian tiling, does classic British cooking and has an excellent wine list.

City Centre
Restaurant
Enxaneta
at Tast Cuina Catalana

Enxaneta is a fine dining experience at Tast Cuina Catalana on King Street, Manchester. It’s based on the second floor of the acclaimed Catalan restaurant and features two new tasting menus in an intimate 16 cover space.

The Rice Bowl Chinese Restaurant.
City Centre
Restaurant
The Rice Bowl

This family-run business is widely-recognised one of the city’s finest Chinese restaurants. Whether you’re looking for authentic, unusual or just plain tasty, Rice Bowl has it all.

Royal Exchange Theatre
City Centre
Theatre
Royal Exchange Theatre

The Royal Exchange is one of the most celebrated theatres in the country, highly regarded for both new writing and its take on the classics.

City Centre
Restaurant
Salvi’s Cucina

This wonderful Italian restaurant might look a bit retro from the outside, but on the inside, Salvi’s Cucina serves up some of the most authentic ingredients going.

Manchester
Restaurant
Salvi’s Pizzeria Napoletana

Salvi’s Pizzeria Napoletana is the next best thing to a trip to Naples, right in the centre of Manchester, on John Dalton Street. Expect the freshest ingredients around, delivered directly from Italy three times a week.

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