Restaurant with a 140-year history, once frequented by artist LS Lowry, of whom there's a statue.
Established in 1872 by local businessman Samuel Studd, Sam’s Chop House stands proud as one of Manchester’s most celebrated bars and restaurants, serving the best of British cuisine and a fine selection of ales, wines and spirits. Many famous faces have been regulars over the years, including LS Lowry, who you might still find sat at the end of the bar…
Classic British food with a modern twist, using fresh regional ingredients grown and created by local producers.
Sam’s was the winner of Best Dining Pub in Central Manchester at the Eat Drink Sleep Awards and they also have room for larger group bookings and private dining.