Located within the beautiful surroundings of Manchester's the Whitworth, we are purveyors of honest, quality food using the finest seasonal produce.
The Whitworth Cafe opened its doors in February 2015 and since then, award winning chef Peter Booth has been serving both quality interpretations of classic dishes and daring new ventures into the uncharted territories of food.
The cafe's elegant glass and stainless steel interior, designed by the award-winning MUMA, is a highlight of the gallery. With floor to ceiling windows, this is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors, whatever the weather.
(0161) 275 7511
Manchester, M15 6ER
crafted with love
Video by Rafael Amorim at firstname.lastname@example.org
thursday 6th july 2017 - sipsmith gin. meet the maker, tasting & dinner
Guests will be taken on a journey of Gin! How its made and its history. Then for the tasting! Served alongside a small plates menu that will compliment the flavours of Sipsmith's signature
thursday 14th september - "a song smelling of oysters and ruby port" anthony burgess dinner
An evening of food and performance celebrating the work of novelist and composer Anthony Burgess. The evening will entail an aperitif and three course menu using recipes found within Burgess’s fiction. A series of playful interventions at the dinner table in response to his work will reconsider the possibilities of what a meal can be.
THURSDAY 21st september 2017 - MISUGO london @ THE WHITWORTH CAFE
after the success of the first misugo london COLLABORATION in april, we welcome them back for An evening of rare vinyl records brought to you by local DJ's - an analogue excursion into Jazz Electronica, Latin American Beats, Balearic House and Disco!
Video by Rafael Amorim
We offer reservations for parties of 6 or more.
For any enquiries, please contact Simon at email@example.com
If you're interested in hiring the venue, please contact Leanne at Leanne.Lightfoot@manchester.ac.uk
The University of Manchester
The Whitworth is a walk, bike ride or bus journey from Manchester city centre, and close to Manchester Museum and the University of Manchester campus of which we are a part.
We are located in an area that’s home to two universities – and the largest academic campus in the country - numerous cultural institutions, four NHS hospitals and the beautiful Whitworth Park we call home.
The gallery is on a major bus route and easily reached via public transport, or on foot or bicycle:
Walk: 20-30min from Manchester city centre. Flat paved route, not traffic-free
Bike: Sheffield stands and lockers (£1 coin, refundable) both available at the gallery
Bus: 15, 41, 42, 43, 140 – 143, 147. Ask for bus stop nearest MRI, Oxford Road
Tram: St Peter’s Square (plus 10 minutes on the bus or 20 minutes on foot)
Train: Oxford Road (plus 10 minutes on the bus or 20 minutes on foot)
Car: On-street parking (maximum stay, 2 hours) on Denmark Road. Nearest car park Cecil Street.
The gallery is fully accessible, with new and improved facilities for all of our visitors.
Denmark Road: is directly adjacent to the gallery, which has step-free access to both our Park Side and Oxford Road entrances. There are a total of 5 disabled bays, 9 spaces for car/bus drop-off and 7 double yellow line areas, which can be used by blue badge holders.
Park Side Entrance: Our 3 gallery designated disabled bays are directly beside our park entrance along Denmark road. There is a short step-free path from our park gates that will lead you to our entrance.
Oxford Road Entrance: There are an additional 2 disabled bays further along on Denmark Road for the surrounding buildings. If using these you can enter through our main gates (across the bike paths) and up shallow gradient ramps leading to our automatic doors, which open inwards.
If you need any assistance when arriving, please contact our Visitor Team on 0161 275 7450 who are happy to help.