10 top Manchester Mother's Day deals including at Gino D'Acampo and James Martin's restaurants

From six-course meals to bingo - there's plenty of ways to treat your brilliant mum.
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Manchester is offering plenty of fun ways to treat the leading lady in your life this Mother’s Day. 

With an endless selection of restaurants, afternoon teas and days out there are ample ways to spend it and make the day extra special. We've rounded up some of the best below.

Gino D'Acampo Manchester

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Where: INNSide by Melia Manchester, 1 First Street, Manchester, M15 4RP.

Gino D’Acampo’s Manchester restaurant is offering two exclusives this Mother’s Day. Firstly, a freshly designed menu which will provide all the family favourites, as well as the perfect Sunday roast. On top of this there will be a bottomless brunch complete with Italian-inspired cocktails to complement the meal and make mum feel that extra-bit special. 

Gino D'Acampo's relaunched Manchester restaurant. Gino D'Acampo's relaunched Manchester restaurant.
Gino D'Acampo's relaunched Manchester restaurant.

Zouk 

Where: 5, The Quadrangle, Chester St, Manchester M1 5QS

Zouk is taking it a step further to make mum’s feel extra appreciated this year. They are including a complimentary glass of Prosecco or Shloer for every mum alongside a boxed cupcake gift to take home. Lunch includes a roast sharing platter which can be enjoyed by two, four or six people and is £25 per person. 

The Fitzgerald

Where: 11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DB

A Mother’s Day lunch alongside live music for just £15 per person? The Fitzgerald is a no brainer to reward mum and let her relax into the vintage vibe. After channelling the speakeasy atmosphere through their backdoor entrance you can relax and watch live music whilst enjoying a selection of classic burgers, veggie tacos, prosecco and cocktails. 

Peter Street Kitchen

Peter Street Kitchen is inside the Free Trade Hall building. Photo: Google MapsPeter Street Kitchen is inside the Free Trade Hall building. Photo: Google Maps
Peter Street Kitchen is inside the Free Trade Hall building. Photo: Google Maps

Where: Free Trade Hall, Peter St, Manchester M2 5GP

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The interiors at Peter Street Kitchen are certain to make mum feel a million dollars. Set inside the beautiful Free Trade Hall the restaurant provides delicate contemporary Japanese cuisine accompanied with a wide array of Mexican dishes. Mum’s will be treated to a complimentary glass of Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs and enjoy three set menu plates for £28. If you want to go all out you can experience a curated Omakase -  a six-course tasting menu created on the day by their team. 

Cherry Jam

Where: 4 Mealhouse Brow, Stockport, SK1 1JP

After the success of last year Cherry Jam is bringing back another bottomless High Tea. There is a fizzy cocktail on arrival and then 90 minutes of bottomless cocktails, fizz and beer to accompany an afternoon tea. A selection of freshly made sandwiches, scones and chocolate coated strawberries will set you up for an afternoon game of musical bingo. 

The Spirit of Manchester Distillery

Where: 10-15 Watson St, Manchester M3 4LP

The Spirit of Manchester Distillery are offering mum’s the chance of making their very own gin. After tasting a selection of their five types of Manchester Gin, she will have some understanding of the flavour profiles and be ready to pick her favourite to create. This will come after a VIP tour of their facilities. 

Lowry Hotel Afternoon Tea

The Lowry Hotel Credit: ShutterstockThe Lowry Hotel Credit: Shutterstock
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Where: 50 Dearmans Pl, Salford, M3 5LH

This year sees the return of the Lowry Hotel's annual Afternoon Tea Buffet. The Afternoon Tea has been elevated with the help of executive head chef Bartosz Szynaka and offers a spectacular range of scones, sweets and savouries paired with more than 70 tea varieties. Interiors at the Lowry Hotel are sure to provide that wow-factor to reward mum with live performances on the hotel’s grand piano. 

La Bandera

Where: 2 Ridgefield, Manchester M2 6EQ

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Treat mum this year on a budget. This year mums can enjoy their meal for free and can relax in the beautiful city centre restaurant. To qualify for the offer, the table must be pre-booked and order six or more of their authentic Canarian tapas. 

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Where: 1 Hardman Street, Manchester M3 3EB

Manchester’s iconic rooftop bar has partnered with Rituals to make this year’s Mother’s Day extra special. Situated on the 19th floor of No.1 Spinningfields, the glamorous rooftop restaurant, cocktail bar and terrace gives unparalleled 360-degree views of the city. The bar has already created a ‘Mums of Manchester’ cocktail to have surprise goodies in store. With a selection of roasts and fish dishes available it is a stunning way to treat mum this year.

James Martin Restaurant

Where: 2 Watson Street, Manchester M3 4LP

This year TV chef James Martin is pulling out all the stops to make this Mother’s Day a success with a one-off three course lunch planned for the day or the option of a quality Sunday Roast. However, it is a strictly over 18s venue so is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a night out away from the kids.

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