Hawksmoor Manchester

Deansgate, 184-186, Manchester, M3 3WB Show map
Manchester City Centre

Spaces for hire at Hawksmoor Manchester

from £400
minimum spend / per afternoon
Private Dining Room
Seating capacity 14
The Private Dining Room at Hawksmoor Manchester is a beautiful glass-doored room adjacent to the main restaurant, a long oval dining table fills the room, which can seat groups of 10-14, creating a memorable space for gatherings of friends, family, and colleagues.
from £1230
minimum spend / per afternoon
Kitchen Dining
Seating capacity 30
For a larger affair, Hawksmoor Manchester can accommodate up to 30 in a space featuring an open kitchen pass, adorned with stunning reclaimed tiles from a public lavatory in Liverpool (well cleaned, of course!).

Prices and opening hours

Monday
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 18:00
from £1230–£2130 min. spend
Tuesday
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 18:00
from £1230–£2130 min. spend
Wednesday
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 18:00
from £1230–£2130 min. spend
Thursday
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:00
from £55 per person
12:00 – 18:00
from £1230–£2130 min. spend
Friday
12:00 – 0:30
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:30
from £55 per person
12:00 – 13:00
from £1230 min. spend
Saturday
12:00 – 0:30
from £55 per person
12:00 – 0:30
from £55 per person
12:00 – 13:00
from £1230 min. spend
Sunday
12:00 – 22:30
from £55 per person
12:00 – 22:30
from £55 per person

Facilities and catering options

Up to 30
seats
Up to 0
standing
In-house catering
Alcohol provided
BYO alcohol
External catering allowed
Parking available
Accommodation available
Promoted / ticketed events

Location

Deansgate, 184-186, Manchester, M3 3WB

About Hawksmoor Manchester

Located in a late Victorian courthouse on Deansgate, next door to Spinningfields, our aim is to serve the best steaks in Manchester.

The interior is true to the building and features lots of reclaimed materials from the era, including parquet flooring from a (different) courthouse, paneling from Birmingham’s Sandwell College and (well-cleaned) glazed bricks from a public lavatory in Liverpool.