It is estimated that in the UK, we drink approximately 95 million cups of coffee a day. Our national obsession
Today’s Manchester is oozing culture with its newly invigorated art scene, its UNESCO-respected literary heritage, and its never-waning music scene.
The Manchester Food and Drink Festival (MFDF) will soon be back in Albert Square and the 18th year of this culinary delight is set to be its biggest and best yet.
A Stockport man, suffering from depression and anxiety, has been given a ‘reason to live’ after rescuing a puppy from Dogs Trust Manchester last year.
Manchester Food and Drink Festival has today announced the shortlist of nominees for its 2015 award categories, representing the most prestigious food and drink awards in the region.
Manchester’s shopping and eating district is launching a new monthly market later in June and the first event is to feature a Lego Walk to raise money for the Christie.
The team behind the award winning Kosmonaut bar in NQ is looking to change the general disappointment of ‘gourmet fast-food’ by adding to Stevenson’s Square’s ever-growing foodie scene with their next offering – Ply.
Manchester restaurant asks ‘what became of the bovine hearted?’ with RAW ox heart burger as anti-Valentine’s
The dish was created by the owner of Manchester’s Splendid Kitchen, Mike Edge, and head chef Sam Longhurst, in the hope of appealing to customers who cringe at the romantic menus on offer at this time of year.
The hotly-anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey hits cinemas today and Teacup are planning to do the impossible – make tea ‘sexy’.
If you’re looking for places to gorge yourself – or treat yourself because you’ve been so good all week… day – then here are MM’s top five food and drink festivals you can hit up
Nearly half of people in Manchester cause millions of pounds-worth of problems with pipes by disposing fat and food waste down the plughole, according to new research – and some even ditch their gravy down the TOILET.