Masons Restaurant Bar

Bridge Street, 36, Manchester, M3 3BT Show map
Manchester City Centre

Spaces for hire at Masons Restaurant Bar

from £1000
hire fee / per session
Entire Venue
Seating capacity 60
Standing capacity 80
You’ll notice a few things about Masons that sets us apart from other restaurants in Manchester. We know it’s easy to be bamboozled by flowery language on restaurant menus. Therefore we’ve deliberately kept our menu simple with the names of traditional British dishes that you’ll immediately recognise. We then expect our experienced waiting staff to...

Prices and opening hours

Monday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Tuesday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Wednesday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Thursday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Friday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Saturday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
Sunday
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee
6:00 – 6:00
from £1000 hire fee

Facilities and catering options

Up to 60
seats
Up to 80
standing
In-house catering
Alcohol provided
External catering allowed
Parking available
Accommodation available
Ticketed events
BYO alcohol
Own DJ allowed

Location

Bridge Street, 36, Manchester, M3 3BT

About Masons Restaurant Bar

We are located on the ground floor of Manchester Hall – the former Freemasons Hall – and you’ll notice a few nods to the building’s past in our interiors. Our restaurant boasts a multitude of different dining settings under one roof, catering for a plethora of requirements – from breakfast planning meetings, entertaining clients at lunch or enjoying a romantic evening meal. A Freemasons-inspired booth can be booked for private dining.

Just as the Masons’ name references the building’s unique history, the food at Mason's also nods to some of Britain’s most traditional and best-loved dishes. All ingredients on our a la carte grill menu are carefully sourced from across the British Isles, including Carpaccio from Northumbria.