Hi again dog friends,
Thought you and your Humans might like to know about more dog friendly places to eat & drink in Manchester.
We were staying right next to the Northern Quarter in Manchester so that is where we hunted out dog friendly bars and cafes and to our delight we found out there are actually lots in this part of Manchester!
Hum & I paid a visit to The Castle Hotel @thecastlehotel just round the corner from our hotel where we met up with Hum’s son Jack. The Castle is a pub with a long-standing reputation for live music and literary events, as well as its real ales. Jack had even played there with one of his bands which is super cool! Anyway, they treat us four-legs really well and are most welcoming and friendly. See me with Jack in the photo – he is really trying not to smile for Hum’s camera and I chose to join him and look away – it SO winds her up 😉
Nearly all the bars and pubs in the Northern Quarter welcome dogs but Hum and I found a whole street that is super dog friendly!!! Now that is pretty amazing!!! Totally cool!!!!!
Tariff Street is in the Northern Quarter and starts at one end with the dog friendly Tariff & Dale @TariffDale where they serve Classic Cocktails and British Beers alongside Modern British Food from the grill and Sourdough Pizza from their wood oven.
At the other end is the Pen & Pencil @penandpencilnq which has a New York inspired menu and is open all day for food, craft beers and cocktails.
In between you will find El Capo @ElCapoStKitchen, serving Mexican & Latin American dishes; Kosmonaut @kosmonautmcr, another craft beer bar which serves classic food with a twist and TAKK @takkmcr which is where Hum & I stopped for her to get her caffeine fix and me to get a refreshing bowl of water.
TAKK is a very creative place where humans sit at old school desks and drink artisan coffee and eat wholesome sandwiches and sticky cakes and chat about arty projects and work on their laptops and suchlike.
Hum certainly enjoyed her coffee and said the atmosphere was wonderful and I was brought a proper bowl of water and had lots of fuss made of me.
SO I think I am safe to say that if in Manchester drag your Humans to the Northern Quarter and in particular Tariff Street – you will be spoilt for choice!