Dining in Manchester

Football Themed Restaurants and Bars

From Football-themed Menus to American favourites – Manchester has them all!

If you are looking for a place to eat after a tour through the stadium, the National Football Museum or a Sightseeing Tour, then look no further. What better way is there to end your exciting day out with a memorable experience by dining in Manchester. Whether you just want to grab a bite to eat or are looking for an experience like no other. The offer not only includes football fans’ favourites but also special football-themed menus!

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Red Cafe at Old Trafford

The Manchester United Red Café is the perfect place to relax after your Museum and Tour experience. Red Café offers breakfast and lunch and plenty of snacks. The café is located on the third floor of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand and is open to the public every day, except on match-days. On match-days the restaurant is reserved for the Matchday VIP Hospitality Packages.

Restaurant in Old Trafford © Manchester United Football Club

Red Café in Old Trafford © Manchester United Football Club

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Cafe Football Old Trafford

Café Football is part of Hotel Football, which is run by GG Hospitality, a hospitality management company launched by former Manchester United FC players Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs. It offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. The highlight of Café Football, however, is its football-themed menu: starters are the defence, mains are midfield and attack. And each dish has a footy-related name! Choose Scholesy’s, Giggsy’s or Nev’s Noodle Pot and eat some of the former players favourites!

Cafe Football at National Football Museum

Café Football located at the National Football Museum is coming soon. It will be operated by GG hospitality, who also run Café Football at Hotel Football. The menu is available online, although the café has yet to be opened. Café Football will offer a variety of three-course meals as well as breakfast and snacks, thereby being the perfect place to stop and relax before or after visiting the National Football Museum.

Urbis/National Football Museum and The Printworks building, Manchester

Urbis/National Football Museum and The Printworks building, Manchester

Hard Rock Cafe Logo – Courtesy of Pixabay

Hard Rock Café Manchester

Located in The Printworks, Hard Rock Café Manchester is right around the corner from the National Football Museum. The rock’n’roll themed restaurant serves American favourites and classics as well as coffee and cocktails. Hard Rock Cafés are world-known for their atmosphere and the priceless pieces music legends donated to the cafés. Enjoy a tour through the Manchester café and discover the special memorabilia from Elvis, Oasis and The Beatles, amongst others.