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Dakota Manchester launches new Sunday Lunch menu

Dakota Manchester launches new Sunday Lunch menu

WE hadn’t notice the absence of a Sunday Lunch menu at Dakota Manchester. There’s been so much else going on at this luxury boutique hotel arrival. That’s now been rectified and there can’t be any ...

19 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

Would you adam and eve it? eden’s lavish all-day dining offering

Would you adam and eve it? eden’s lavish all-day dining offering

WE have to report that eden, glam new arrival in The Printworks, pushes a lot of botanically inspired buttons as it unveils its all-day dining and drink menus ahead of its glitzy launch on Friday, ...

19 July 2019

Half Price Breakfast is a summer sizzler at the Schloss

Half Price Breakfast is a summer sizzler at the Schloss

IF you’ve only experienced Albert’s Schloss as a decadent night-time Bohemian pleasure get out of bed early and think again. It also offers a rib-ticklingly hearty breakfast featuring eggs Benedict, steak and eggs, or in-house ...

19 July 2019

Countdown to Festa Italiana – and naturally it starts with a party

Countdown to Festa Italiana – and naturally it starts with a party

NOW in its third year FESTA ITALIANA has confirmed its finest line-up yet across the three day, family-friendly celebration of all things Italian and foodie (Friday, July 26 to Sunday, July 28). The action starts ...

18 July 2019

20 Stories partners with Peroni for a summer terrace takeover

20 Stories partners with Peroni for a summer terrace takeover

WHAT is it about Italian brands and summer? The moment there’s a chance of sunny times al fresco they commandeer all our choice spaces. You know the gang – Aperol, Limoncello, Martini (a key drinks ...

18 July 2019

Snapshots of Stretford Foodhall – game-changing ‘corner shop’

Snapshots of Stretford Foodhall – game-changing ‘corner shop’

FOR the record it was B’Wildered, a 7.5% sour cherry and chocolate Imperial Stout from the Wild Beer Co. When ToM paid £4.50 for a half pint of this craft beer the realisation dawned: Stretford ...

14 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

A first Taste of Six by Nico, Spring Gardens

A first Taste of Six by Nico, Spring Gardens

MY favourite Frankie Boyle joke goes: “Las Vegas and Glasgow have a lot in common. They’re the only two places in the world where you can pay for sex with chips.” Hard to resist then ...

14 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

Battle of the Heathens – we taste Monk's cannabis oil collab beer

Battle of the Heathens – we taste Monk's cannabis oil collab beer

NORTHERN Monk’s NQ Refectory Bar is a good fit for the old Kosmonaut premises, their core beer range popular, limited issue keg collabs such as The Patron’s Project gathering a cult following. Nothing though had ...

11 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

Tasting notes: Anna Tutton of vin-yard wine bar + shop

Tasting notes: Anna Tutton of vin-yard wine bar + shop

My favourite place to eat out in Manchester is… Relative newcomer Erst in Ancoats has a gorgeous small plate selection that's ideal for sharing (which is my perfect way to eat). Not only delicious food ...

11 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

Time to Toast Surplus! again, showing how even beer can be an ethical plus

Time to Toast Surplus! again, showing how even beer can be an ethical plus

THE next sustainable episode of SURPLUS! is on Friday, July 12. It’s the monthly collaboration between waste food social enterprise Open Kitchen MCR (formerly Real Junk Food Manchester) and local indie brewer Beer Nouveau. Once ...

8 July 2019 by Neil Sowerby

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