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Jimmys, Manchester City Centre has opened
Madina Cuisine, Rusholme has opened
A Tavola, Stockport has opened
La Piazza, Bolton has opened
Forest Side, Grasmere, the Lake District's newest culinary hotspot, has joined some very illustrious company, having just been awarded a three AA Rosettes for the quality of its food. It's among only 13 properties in the UK to be awarded three rosettes this autumn and it's plain to see that the simp ...more
Where The Light Gets In, Stockport has opened
The Allotment, Stockport has opened
Tusk, Stockport has opened
Following an opulent refurbishment, the renowned Bolton restaurant and bar, Dhanak Deira, have announced they will re-open in September. The historic building on Blackburn Road is a former church built in 1903. Retaining many of the original features, the managing directors Omar Shahid, Nadia L ...more
Pie and Ale at Bakerie, Northern Quarter has opened
Man Bites Frog, Chorlton has opened
The historic Black Lion pub in Salford has reopened after a refurbishment. The new look is industrial meets contemporary city centre.
The Cole Yard, Manchester City Centre has opened
Crown Point Tavern, Denton has opened
Osteria, Rochdale has opened
Less than a year after opening, Burger and Lobster has put the lease of its King Street venue on the market and is to look for a smaller venue.
Leeds-based Indian street food venue Bundobust is to open its second venue in Manchester. The restaurant will take over the site of a former Chinese buffet restaurant on Piccadilly.
Reggae Reggae Sauce creator Levi Roots has his sights set on Manchester, the British-Jamaican musician and celebrity chef, opened his first restaurant, Levi Roots' Caribbean Smokehouse, last Christmas in London and now has plans to set up shop in The Trafford Centre. A site hasn't been found yet bu ...more
The newest addition to Sale's dining scene, Mustard is an American diner, taking inspiration from the small, stylish eateries in New York's Soho and Greenwich Village. The £150,000 eatery features polished wooden seating mixed with booths, serving a fusion of classic and modern American cuisin ...more
After the recent closure of Splendid Kitchen it has come to light that, My Thai restaurant group will be taking over the site. Founded in Bradford with two other sites in Leeds and York, John Dalton Street will be the first My Thai Manchester site. Serving a range of Bangkok-style street food to eat ...more