Sunday 20 June is Father’s Day – and with restrictions starting to ease, there couldn’t be a better time to get back out into Manchester’s many restaurants and treat Dad to a slap up meal on his special day. With that in mind, here’s a few places to visit and things to eat – but be sure to check each venue’s site and socials for availability before heading down. Enjoy!

Get free veggie and vegan starters at Sanskruti

We all know that Dad’s love freebies. That’s why vegetarian and vegan Indian restaurant, Sanskruti, is offering the family patriarch a free starter on all family bookings this Father’s Day.

93-95 Mauldeth Road, Manchester, M14 6SR
Shop vinyl, sup craft beers & tuck into a Sunday Roast at The Refuge

Super fancy Oxford Road restaurant-bar-hotel hybrid, The Refuge, is proper spoiling Dad this Father’s Day. Visit from noon and you’ll find a pop-up vinyl store courtesy of Clampdown Records alongside a homeware pop-up from the folks behind the Northern Quarter’s Deadstock General Store. As if this wasn’t good enough, they’ve also got some bangin’ Sunday Roasts to help ensure this June 20 is a memorable one.

Oxford Street, Manchester, M60 7HA
Roll the dice at Napoleons Restaurant and Casino

Take a gamble and accompany Dad on a trip to Manchester’s newest restaurant, cocktail bar and casino this Father’s Day. Located on Portland Street, Napoleons’ swanky in-house restaurant features small plates, steaks fresh from the grill and some eye-watering desserts. What’s more, they’ve even got a few special deals for new members. Learn more about Napoleons Casino here.

57 Portland Street, Manchester M1 3HP
Get the full Sunday Service at Albert's Schloss

Nothing says Father’s Day quite like eating too much and falling asleep on the couch – and while Manchester’s Bavarian beer house, Albert’s Schloss, is fresh out of sofas, it can certainly help you out with the former. Their Sunday Service offers a mouth-watering two or three course menu with all the trimmings and dessert. What more could Dad want?


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27 Peter Street, Manchester M2 5QR
Enjoy a meal and a movie at HOME

Forget the Euros – treat Pops to a hit of culture this Father’s Day with a trip to Manchester’s leading cinema, theatre and arts space, HOME. Located on First Street, this multi-storey venue houses five cinema screens showing the best new independent cinema releases, alongside a spacious restaurant offering an array of meaty, veggie and vegan meal choices. They also do a great Sunday Lunch – making this the perfect hang-out spot this June 20.


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2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN
Order the full menu at Bundobust

Hiding in plain sight in Piccadilly Gardens, Bundobust specialises in unbeatable Indian street food that’s designed to be enjoyed in an as-it-arrives tapas-style format. They’ve got an amazing selection of craft ales, lagers, IPAs and stouts behind the bar and, if you’re feeling hungry enough, you can order every item on the menu (feeding six people) for just £95. Perfect!


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61 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 2AG
Sun 20 Jun
Simon Bland
Published on:
Tue 15 Jun 2021