It’s October which means it’s spooky season in Manchester and here we round up the best and most unique burger offers from three of our favourite restaurants, plus a special surprise… (Hint: Tequila!)
Hard Rock Cafe, Printworks
First up is Hard Rock Cafe who, for an impressive 22nd year running, are offering a trio of delicious burgers under their Pinktober campaign. The campaigns aim is to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer with £1 from each burger sold being donated to the family run Caron Keating Foundation.
A truly worthy cause supported by these fantastic menu options, available until 31st October:
- Mushroom and Bourbon Onion Burger
- The Ultimate “Pub” Burger
- Blue Cheese & Bacon Burger
- Tropical Margarita – Patron Silver Tequila
Hard Rock Manchester are also planning a Halloween weekend to remember with tribute act Guns or Roses on Friday 29th. For the big day on Sunday 31st all kids who dress up will eat free with every adult entrée purchased.
For full info and to book a table visit Hard Rock Manchester.
Byron, Piccadilly Gardens
Heat, crunch, spice and something very nice from Byron, the spooky Hot Trick Burger is available all month until the 31st. Featuring smoky chorizo, deep fried jalapenos, chipotle ketchup and ranch dressing this devilish delight packs enough heat to warm anyone on these cold Autumn nights.
Byron are offering costumed customers a free side from the new sides menu over Halloween weekend (29th-31st), including dirty fries, Byron slaw, onion rings, mac & cheese and halloumi fries.
For full info and to book a table visit Byron.
Honest Burger, Bridge Street
Something a little different from Honest Burger who have teamed with the brother/sister pair behind “Nigerian Tapas” restaurant Chuku’s, Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick, to bring us the colourful, sweet and spicy NIGERIA burger. Available at all Honest Burger restaurants until 1st November, this stacked burger is layered with Fanta-candied bacon, cheddar, jollof sauce, plantain crisps, Chuku’s spicy mayo, red onion, spinach and pickles.
In addition Honest will also be selling Eko Gold from the Eko Brewery, a Nigerian lager from husband and wife Anthony and Helena Adedip, also until 1st November.
For full info and to book a table visit Honest Burger.
Bonus cocktails: The Ivy, Spinningfields
Looking for a post burger cocktail? Look no further than The Ivy where you will be met with a bold bloom of iconic marigolds and be transported to Mexico in celebration of Dia de Muertos (Day of the Dead). A two day holiday which takes places every 1st and 2nd of November, Dia de Muertos is a joyful and vibrant occasion intended to be a remembrance of people who have passed and spending time with loved ones.
The Ivy’s talented mixologists have been hard at work to concoct these creepy creations:
- Paloma Rosa – Patrón Silver, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, hibiscus, lime, grapefruit, and Fever-Tree Soda Water
- Buena Muerte Margarita – Patrón Silver, agave, grapefruit, and coriander
- El Cementario – Patrón Anejo Tequila, Cointreau, lemon juice, egg white and orange bitters
For full info and to book a table visit Ivy Manchester.