A glitzy table at the Neighbourhood restaurant.

Since it opened in Spinningfields in Manchester earlier this year, Neighbourhood’s popularity has been on the rise. With their relaxed, yet luxurious take on New York dining, it offers amazing food within an equally amazing environment.

Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and an extensive cocktails menu all with their signature US influence with a European twist, Neighbourhood has something for everybody.

The atmosphere buzzes in Neighbourhood from the throng of excitable punters at the bar to the nest of tables, each one full of people. The food on offer sounds delicious and did not disappoint when it arrived. Each course delighted and excited my taste buds and even the most simple of dishes were executed to perfection, try their Flaked Beef Short Rib Ravioli for a simple classic. My only qualm with Neighbourhood was the acoustics, with that many people in a confined space and the quasi-party atmosphere I found myself shouting over my Shrimp, Crackle and Pop, but that might just be me.

Their recent addition of their Brunch Club has made it the place to be on a Sunday, with DJs, brunch, entertainment and more, the party starts at noon and continues all day long, make sure you’re on the list.

For more information and to check out their menus, visit the site here.

The bar at the Neighbourhood restaurant.

The bar at the Neighbourhood restaurant..

The interior of the Neighbourhood restaurant.

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Angharad Jones

Angharad Jones

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