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‘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.
‘I wasn’t furloughed, I was told I wasn’t needed’: Lay-offs worst in construction, while hospitality quickest to cull
Nearly two thirds of construction companies laid staff off in the first two weeks of the UK-wide lockdown – the highest of any industry.
Thousands of people may lose their jobs as Manchester’s restaurants face closure due to coronavirus.
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.
If you’ve been on social media at all over the past month (and if you haven’t, what’s your secret?) you’ll no doubt be well-acquainted with the popular #veganuary trend.
We know that January is a month full of New Year resolutions, dry January, and a limited amount of money, especially after a costly Christmas month, but with only one week left of the amazing January restaurant deals that are out there, it would be a waste to let them go.
Few establishments can be compared to 20 Stories.
The Ivy Spinningfields: Manchester’s newest hot spot is more than just a place to be seen at and tagged in
The Ivy has long had a reputation as a haunt for the rich and famous in London, with its name synonymous with class, style and, of course, celebrities.
Manchester-based Danielle Schwinger, 28, and her husband Adam, 29, started GirlCooksBoyBakes about two years ago after seeing a group of school friends having done the same thing.
In the midst of what seemed to be a huge building site, juxtaposed against a mishmash of polished new builds and redbrick relics of a heavy industrial past, Ancoats lies at the northern end of Manchester’s city centre.