Part of the iconic Corn Exchange, Manchester Cosy Club is a grand affair at the heart of the city centre.
Manchester Cosy Club was built in 1903, and once busy with traders. It fell into decline during the 1930s depression. However, it gradually came back to life over the years, thriving with market stalls, traders and small shops (including the legendary Harry Hall Cycles) before declining again in the 1990s.
Now it’s been renovated and is the perfect space for drinks and dinner. We’ve kept plenty of original features, including the staircase and tiles, as well as some neat touches like the domed glass ceiling in the bar. The bar itself is a bit of a character and comes from an old pub at Liverpool Lime Street station called ‘The Head of Steam’.
The main floor is split into two rooms. With floor to ceiling windows, the Exchange Room catches the bright morning sun, whist the Cathedral Room is perfect for watching the sun set over the cathedral skyline. Across both rooms there’s space for 140 Cosy Clubbers – and even more in the sun trap outdoor area. If you fancy a really private evening, head to the Circle Parlour which has just enough space for two leather arm chairs and a hand-crafted wooden dresser made just for us. Enjoy!