Second Floor Restaurant
With soaring glass walls boasting panoramic views of Manchester, the Second Floor Restaurant provides the perfect setting in which to enjoy a light lunch, a delectable afternoon tea or a sumptuous dinner.
The award winning wine list offers more than 400 carefully selected wines from all over the globe, many by the glass.
After store hours, the Second Floor Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie can be accessed via our Cateaton Street entrance.
BOOK A TABLE
To complete your online booking please fill in the form, entering your reservation details.The Second Floor takes online bookings for a table of up to five people. If your party number is larger than this, then please call the Second Floor Restaurant directly on 0161 828 8898.
When making your booking please provide a contact mobile telephone number; a booking confirmation will then be sent to this number. If you would prefer to provide a landline telephone number, then please choose 'other' from the telephone type drop down.
You can use our online booking system or contact us.
Tel 0161 828 8898
Please note that we can cater for vegetarians or anyone with specific dietary requirements. Please make reception aware of these requirements when reserving a table.
Mon-Sat: 12 noon-3pm
Sun: 12 noon-4pm
If you want to party in style, the Second Floor Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie at Harvey Nichols is the place to be. With stylish surroundings and expansive views over Manchester, the award winning Second Floor provides a contemporary and comfortable venue, offering fine food and wine within a unique fashion retail context.
Tel 0161 828 8809
For more information, please contact Stuart Marshall, Events and Sales Manager on 0161 828 8809
From chef events to wine dinners and exciting master classes. To view all that’s happening on the Second Floor please click here
What the critics say
“Smart restaurant with stylish, colour-changing lighting and oversized windows offering big wheel and city views. Elaborate modern European menu with interesting twists; good presentation.” (Michelin Guide 2012).