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Our Top 5 Lock Down Coffees in Manchester City Centre

If you MUST leave the house to replenish those energy levels, then we shall steer you in the right direction towards caffeine paradise. In the process of selecting our top coffee joints we may have been easily swayed by the delicious delicacies on display…sorry…not sorry!


1. Siop Shop

Coffee & Doughnuts! A duo like no other! Have a peek at their Instagram and we can guarantee you’ll be sprinting out the door, with your mask on, and running towards these SHOW-STOPPING doughnuts. Ensure you get one of those silky coffees to wash down with your glazed ring.

53 Tib Street

2. ManCoCo

A Manchester-based roastery? Get in! This house of java is located under the arches in Hewitt street and once you open that door the coffee aroma will hit you slap bang in the face! These guys are coffee masterminds-ask them anything. You can also grab yourself a bag of beans to take home, now how about that?

84 Hewitt Street

3. Idle Hands Coffee

Well, what have we got here? A specialty coffee shop AND PIE KITCHEN? SOLD! The collection of pies on offer are otherworldly. From vegan CH-CH-CH-CH-CH-CH Cherry pie to Key Lime Pie these will make you wish you ordered the entire pie at £18. Don’t forget why you came here! COFFEE! They have a regular rotating brew bar-check their Instagram for the latest blend.

35 Dale Street

4. Ezra & Gil

This urban coffee hotpot means business. The coffee beverages on offer range from Frappuccinos to White chocolate matcha lattes. There is a coffee to warm every soul. They even offer us a wide range of delicious delicacies and brunchy treats.

20 Hilton Street

5.Pot Kettle Black

These coffee brewers are inspired by the Australians and New Zealander’s deep-rooted coffee culture and how quality trumps convenience when it comes to their coffee. As well as selling top-quality java they are also a bakehouse and provide plenty of baked goodies.

Barton Arcade

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