American restaurants in Manchester seem to have evolved over the past few years and they’re now undoubtedly some of the most popular restaurants in the city. Manchester’s American restaurants are no longer just about a quick, substandard fill on greasy meat and too much cheese. Sure, that’s available if you want it, but American restaurants in Manchester now also go for the gourmet and the elegant cocktails. They’re now the types of places you want to make a reservation at and enjoy a full and damn delicious evening inside. In a nutshell, they’re now something to get excited about!
Claiming the American restaurants of Manchester are home to the best burgers in the north is quite the claim, we know, but we wouldn’t say it if we didn’t think it was true. To start with the city centre, one need only look as far as the Northern Quarter to see our point. In this, the well-loved bohemian district where anything goes, Manchester's American restaurants are at their most creative and their most curious and new ones seem to be popping up all the time. Almost Famous, contrary to the name, serves some of the most belly-testing and well, famous, burgers in the city, while Solita brings some proper original burger creations to the table. If burgers are your thing, the Northern Quarter is your fling.
If burgers ain’t your thing, relax, all is well. American restaurants in Manchester (and American cuisine in general) do more than just bread and patties. Manchester’s whopping choice of American restaurants means you can get your fingers sticky with fried chicken or your lips greasy with tender ribs. Or, if you’re knocking about before lunch, then you won’t be troubled finding a stack of pancakes with streaky bacon to kick off your day. Sometimes, however, you just ain’t hungry, which is perhaps where American restaurants in Manchester take things up a gear – you can pick up a NYC-style cocktail, an American craft beer or a creamy milkshake on every other street corner.
Our final words are these: American restaurants in Manchester know how to theme it up. By this we mean there are plenty of hotspots to combine damn good American food and drink with some classic American pastimes. Go bowling with a burger, visit one of countless musically-themed American diners, get stuck into smokey American BBQ or maybe even get a little South American and go for Tex-Mex. We love the American restaurants of Manchester and your options are endless, friends.