Veeno Manchester is the city centre Italian wine bar that everyone is talking about. Hidden on Brazennose Street between Deansgate and Albert Square, if you blink you’ll miss it. It’s a charming, intimate and cosy little spot where the wine is always on point and the food is built for sharing. It all goes together perfectly and makes Veeno Manchester one of the most popular spots around Spinningfields and the Town Hall. For authentic Italian drinking and dining that we guarantee will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy inside, look no further than Veeno Manchester. Reservations are essential, particularly at weekends.
So, a little more about Veeno Manchester. It’s one Italian wine cafe in a family of Italian wine cafes that’s growing across the UK, and it’s proud to serve quality Sicilian wines and spuntini appetisers. The two Italian guys who launched Veeno met in Manchester and had a shared love and appreciation for the Italian aperitivo – the ritual of drinking, nibbling and relaxing after work. So, some years later, this is exactly what you can do at Veeno Manchester because it is, as we said, a delightfully cosy little spot on Brazennose Street where the wine and the food come together as one.
Whatever it is you’re up to in Manchester city centre, whether it’s during the week or the weekend, it’s always the right time to stop by Veeno Manchester and have a nibble. The wines come from Caruso & Minini, the Veeno family vineyard back in Sicily. Then, in terms of food, there are bruschette, wonderfully indulgent sharing boards, meats and cheeses, paninis and salads on offer. The Grande sharing board is your best bet if there are a few of you, while the Piccolo board is ideal for one person. Get involved with Veeno Manchester, it really is a little gem.
Friendly relaxed service. Fabulous rustic Italian food. Excellent selection and all beautifully presented. Great wine list served by knowledgeable staff. Look forward to our next visit.