There are a handful of restaurants near The Lowry, a combined theatre and gallery dedicated to L.S. Lowry in Salford Quays, just a ten minute drive or tram ride outside of Manchester city centre.
Both Media City and The Lowry Shopping Outlet sit alongside The Lowry Theatre and offer a collection of restaurants and bars, whilst a footbridge takes you to the Imperial War Museum North and more places to eat around Old Trafford football stadium.
Dedicated Metrolink trams run directly from Manchester to MediaCityUK, the same stop for The Lowry, or alternatively get off at Harbour City on the Eccles Line, a short walk over the footbridge to the Lowry and the restaurants.
With its stunning waterside setting overlooking Salford Quays, whether it’s a relaxed lunch or dinner out, Pier Eight offers a perfect combination of exceptional service, fantastic seasonally inspired contemporary British dishes and phenomenal views.
There's something for all tastes and occasions at Damson MediaCityUK, which can accommodate up to 140 covers, has facilities for both private and chef's table dining, or you can just pop in for a drink. Whatever the occasion Damson is guaranteed to exceed expectations
Located in the beating heart of Salfords media City UK, the Dockyard is a 21st century local pub with an 80 seater beer terrace and views of Media city, the waterfront and the quirky architecture of the Lowry theatre and the Imperial war museum it really offers one of the most unique outdoor drinking experiences in Salford and Manchester.
Expect to taste the rock star chef’s Italian heritage with wholesome rustic dishes, all with a larger than life New York twist. The MediaCityUK team pride themselves on offering friendly, approachable service that makes every meal memorable. Leather booths, funky comfortable chairs, crazy light fittings and stylish tableware all add to the laid back dining experience.