It’s National Curry Week! Which is, of course, a great excuse to eat a copious amount of incredible Indian food.
Bars and restaurants across Greater Manchester could be forced to close their doors for good as a result of new
Based at Salford’s Media City, guests can book specially designed sheds and greenhouses – affiliated to different restaurants – and eat with up to six other people.
Over 72,000 restaurants, cafés and pubs have embraced the initiative, which gives punters fifty per cent off food and non-alcoholic drinks when they dine-in, capped at £10.
Coming into force on 3rd August, you can get in on this foody opportunity every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
‘I do like not having to queue’: How is Manchester’s hospitality industry coping post-Covid lockdown?
MM found out how Manchester is adapting to this strange new world of ordering via apps, al fresco dining, and one-way systems.
Only a month into the new year Restaurant Manchester (formerly Manchester House) and Thai restaurant chain Chaophraya have closed their doors to the public alongside popular nightclubs KIKI and VOID.
Everyone in England seems to be bombarding the Arndale Centre, every theatre production is fully booked and God help you if you want to get into a casino or cinema.
The world will be transfixed by the US presidential election this evening as America’s 45th President is chosen.
The Greek saying ‘ever to excel’ – from Homer’s sixth book of the Iliad and the motto of University of St Andrew’s – is one Rozafa on Princess Street, Manchester, most certainly lives up to.
MM were invited to Manchester’s latest addition to its extensive foodie scene, Busaba, to sample their cocktails, Thai flavours and some exquisite signature dishes.