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The Bridgewater Hall
Lower Mosley Street
Posted 5 Jun 2017
We have been many ,many times to concerts of all types. great hall great acoustics great programme a...
The Vienna Coffee House
74 Mosley Street
Posted 5 Jun 2017
We called at the Vienna Coffee House for an afternoon tea treat on our way to a concert. It was grea...
Featherblade - CLOSED
43A Brown Street
Posted 19 Mar 2017
We went to Featherblade with a BOGOFF voucher making our steaks just £5 each ! Its remarkable value....
55 King Street
Posted 3 Nov 2016
We ate at Graphene on a Manchester Confidential special £14.50 for 3 courses deal. There has probabl...
Manchester Central Library
Library St. Peters Square
Posted 20 Aug 2015
The redesigned and re opened Central Library is now a real must go for anyone interested in Manches...
Harvey Nichols Second Floor Bar and Brasserie
21 New Cathedral Street
Posted 20 Aug 2015
We ate at Harvey Nicks last night taking advantage of the summer special menu at £20 for 3 courses ...
The River Restaurant & Bar
The Lowry Hotel
Posted 30 Apr 2014
We went to the Lowry Hotel's River restaurant with friends for Sunday Lunch - What a treat. The food...
124 Oxford Road
Posted 22 Mar 2014
We ate at Brodsky for the first time last week despite being very frequent attendees at the excellen...
Victoria Baths
Hathersage Road
Posted 25 Nov 2013
Victoria Baths are simply stunning . Currently in process of a very slow restoration it is probably ...
Manchester Art Gallery
Mosley Street
Posted 25 Nov 2013
The MCAG is excellent , its main attractions are its collection of pre- Raphaelite paintings which ...
Slug & Lettuce
Ground Floor, Heron House
Posted 23 Jan 2013
I have to say we found the Slug & lettuce in desperation one day walking around Manchester in the co...
National Football Museum
Cathedral Gardens
Posted 9 Dec 2012
The problem is that football fans actually love their team. They are not , in the main, especially i...