Sharing Food Platter With Two Cocktails for £9.75 at Cord Bar (Up to £23.80 Value)
- Central location in Manchester
- Choice of 3 platters and 6 cocktails
- Stylish take on a traditional pub
- Tea and coffee
Groupon valid for 2 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking advised. 24 hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Prices based on most expensive options.
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Platters can be doubled up as Frisbees, fancy hats for the races, and sledges in the snow. Enjoy the traditional use with today’s Groupon: £9.75 instead of up to £23.80 for a food platter, two cocktails and tea or coffee at Cord Bar.
Refurbished in 2008, Cord Bar's roomy, elegantly lit bar is surrounded by secluded booth seating in an atmosphere fit for easy lounging. A monthly acoustic night provides punters with entertainment while numerous DJs grace the venue and provide sounds for customers to cavort to. Warmth and taste extend from the interior and into the Mediterranean influenced menu.
Groupon guzzlers and a benign buddy can enjoy a platter of tasty treats to share brimming with Spanish chorizo, spicy Greek beef, continental cheeses, dried meats, cured vegetables, tapenades and dips. The delectable dishes can be washed down with a delightful cocktail each including classics such as the Cosmopolitan, Vodka Martini and Bloody Mary. Tea and coffee is also included for customers to enjoy in the bars contemporary take on the traditional pub.
Google Mappers have given Cord Bar 4.5/5, while other reviews have also been positive.
This is a fantastic bar its small and quirky. Its great to sit and chat with your mates as it has large booths. the stff [sic] are friendly. This bar is in a grat [sic] location in the heart of the nortern quater mear [sic] lot more great bars and clubs.
– mattwibbo, Qype
the place is pretty hip and offers a great atmosphere for meeting up with friends, tucked away in Manchester's northern quarter. A good choice of drinks at the bar is coupled with a well-stocked juke box, which allows regulars to store their favourite tunes and often plays music from up and coming Manchester bands.
– P T Rawlings, bView