Bill’s Restaurant & Bar has recently opened its doors with a vibrant new look, in a stylish modern space in Spinningfields, Manchester.
Famed for its friendly, welcoming atmosphere and seasonal offering, Bill’s has relocated from its former Manchester city-centre location, on John Dalton Street, to its new Spinningfields home at 3 Hardman Square.
The new 177 sqm dining space accommodates up to 96 covers, featuring cosy booths, sociable sharing tables, co-working space and a bespoke bar area. There is also external seating, in the heart of Spinningfields, for 26 covers.
This exciting new opening comes with a striking new interior, enhancing the Bill’s experience. The Spinningfields’ restaurant and bar feature the brand’s sophisticated redesign, which includes modern décor, vibrant colours, luxurious velvet seating and opulent, statement chandeliers. Quirky touches and vintage finds, hand-selected by Bill himself, complete the new opening’s look.
Bill’s is set across one floor, in the city’s financial district, the new glamorous restaurant and bar is set to become one of Spinningfields’s hottest go-to destinations. The cosy interiors and eclectic menu make it an ideal spot for both breakfast and lunch, while its sharing tables make for a convenient co-working space or business meeting.
Bill’s Manchester restaurant comes to life in the evenings, offering vibrant cocktails and delicious dinner specials every night, from traditional British classics and fresh plant-based alternatives.
Our trusty, signature dishes include Pan Fried Chicken with Wild Mushrooms; Bill’s Classic Burger, and new additions to the menu, Roasted Butternut Squash and Feta Risotto; Jackfruit Salad Bowl.
The drinks menu features six new cocktails exclusively for Manchester,
for something different opt for; Manchester Tea Party,
which combines earl grey syrup, elderflower liqueur, cinchona bark with gin and sparkling water Wildflower Margarita,
a concoction of kaffir lime, hibiscus, nori, agave and tequila. Fruiter, sweeter options include:
Shrub A Dub Dub
The gin menu, exclusive to the site, uses Cheshire sourced Three Wrens gin, and features three bespoke G&T combinations:
Apple Crumble Gin served with Fever-Tree Elderflower Tonic
Rhubarb Gin served with Fever-Tree Ginger Ale
Original Dry Gin with Fever-Tree Tonic.
Open all day, seven days a week, Bill’s Spinningfields offers an impressive selection of healthy and indulgent options.
Food is at the roots of every Bill’s restaurant, with menus nurtured for the seasons.
Founded by Sussex greengrocer Bill Collison, Bill’s has always stayed true to its roots. Commenting on the new opening, Bill said: “Spinningfields is the hottest destination right now, so we’re so excited to have found our perfect location here, both with indoor and outdoor space.
We’ve transformed the interior, making it much more vibrant for our guests. We are really excited for them to experience this new Bill’s vibe and of course, showcasing our stunning new menu that encapsulates healthy, seasonal and indulgent dishes all day and into the night!”
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