We went to review the newly opened Wolf At The Door during its brief incarnation as the Wilderness Bar and Kitchen. Although the name has changed, the dishes and decor remain the same at as the time of the review.
We may not want to be part of Europe any more but who doesn’t enjoy a bit of continental al fresco dining when the sun makes an appearance? Here are six chic places on your doorstep to dine in style while grabbing some rays.
Top of the Premier League, Manchester City also lead their rivals when it comes to fan hospitality. And for the top fan experience, you have to head downstairs, to The Tunnel Club, writes Louise Taylor.
Sheridan’s The Rivals was the first ever production at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre. The 1976 staging starred Tom Courtenay and Patricia Routledge and heralded a golden era of exceptional theatre in Manchester.
Manchester has been recognised as a pioneer of the Northern coffee scene and it’s easy to see why as the flood of independent coffee shops have well and truly taken over the city. People are now shunning the big brand coffee chains in favour for somewhere a little more quirky with great coffee. Here’s a short guide to some of Manchester’s best coffee hangouts for your next visit to the city.