Manchester’s gay clubs, pubs and bar are some of the best in the country. They are not all on Canal Street contrary to popular belief; their common trait is the friendly Manchester crowd that attends them. No matter whether you’re gay, bi, straight or somewhere in between you’re bound to find something perfect for you in Manchester.
Gay bars in Manchester
The top gay bars in Manchester based on reviews are:
Kiki’s in one of Manchester’s favourite LGBT bars and clubs, throughout the week it is the host of a variety of free entertainment and in the weekends it holds the biggest parties in the city.
Bar Pop is a fun venue located in the heart of Canal Street, part of Manchester’s Gay Village. It is host to a young and mixed crowd because of their affordable prices and entertainment all week long. It also has a cabaret like venue downstairs popular on the weekends for free LGBT entertainment.
Tribeca is one of Manchester’s most popular destinations. It offers food, drinks, dancing and great entertainment. This stylish New-York-like bar should be on the top of your list!
Oscars Bar in one of the city’s most glamorous venues, it’s intimate bar featuring film clips attracts a young professional crowd all week long. Based in the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village it offers great cocktails and a lovely terrace on the canal.
The Eagle in Manchester’s Gay village is a gay bar offering a unique experience in a relaxed a friendly environment. The bar is in an industrial setting decorated fabulously with great attention to detail, popular all week long!
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Gay Saunas in Manchester
Basement Sauna in Manchester is a large and clean venue underneath a Victorian Mill. The sauna has many rooms and facilities for its guests and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Base sauna is located in the Manchester Gay village, this sauna doesn’t require a membership and is well known for its cleanliness and friendly staff.
Pride in Manchester is a 10-day festival filled with music, entertainment and parties, the march through the city center requires a paid-for wrist band to gain access. This pride event is one of the oldest and most known in the country attracting thousands of visitors every year to the Manchester Gay Village. The week leading up to the march is filled with entertainment named “Pride Fringe” followed by a 3-day festival that takes over the streets of Manchester.
LGBT-friendly Businesses in Manchester
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