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Don Giovanni Sessions
Don Giovanni Goes Late into the Night with Weekend Sessions

This October Manchester’s oldest independently owned Italian restaurant celebrates its 33rd birthday. Don’s 33rd birthday marks a change of pace for the long established, award-winning restaurant. This Friday 6th October the restaurant will launch its new late-night weekend concept Don Giovanni Sessions - extending their opening times until 3am on weekends! 

From 10.30pm every Friday and Saturday night, DJ’s and live acts will take over the floor from 10.30pm playing out a mixture of funk, soul and disco. Last orders for food will still be at 11pm for those looking to get a late bite in, with the venue then transforming into a late-night drinking den as the focus turns to cocktails and entertainment.

To celebrate the first weekend, Don Giovanni will be working in partnership with Fair vodka to offer the first 50 through their door after 10.30pm complimentary Espresso Martinis! Made from 100% fair trade ingredients and available on a strict first come first served basis, we’d say this is well worth a look in as you go through the motions of your usual weekend bar crawl!~ October 2017

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On the 21st of September, Real Housewives of Cheshire star Seema Malhotra teamed up with business man Chris Healing & Menagerie Restaurant to raise over £27,000.00 for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund supporting those directly affected by the Manchester Terror Attacks.

8 year old Lily Harrison who was injured in the attacks attended the fundraiser as guest of honour. Later in the evening Lily who was wearing her Ariana Grande inspired kitten ears released 200 pink balloons into the night sky on the evening in memory of all those lost in the tragedy.

The event at Menagerie Restaurant in Manchester, was hosted by Heart FM’s Lorna Bancroft and Capital FM Breakfast’s Rachel Burke-Davies and was attended by over 400 guests. The evening kicked off with a Forever Unique fashion show, aerial acrobats & fire breathers and was followed by an auction hosted by Capital Breakfast’s Rob Ellis and a live performance by X Factor & I’m a Celebrity star Jake Quickenden who serenaded Lily from the catwalk where he performed. 

During the live auction Boxer Ricky Hatton took to the stage to present his own signed gloves to the highest bidder whilst Real Housewives of Cheshire Star Stacey Forsey, who had auctioned a piece of her art for the charity, also bid and won a dress for her mother who was also in attendance. Seema surprised fellow fundraiser Chris on the evening with a donation of £5000.00 from Forever Unique upping the total amount raised and smashing the original £20,000.00 fundraising target.

Real Housewives of Cheshire Stars Dawn Ward and Nermina Pieters-Mekic were both in attendance to support the charity ~ September 2017

Harvey Nichols Manchester
Harvey Nichols Manchester

Harvey Nichols is pulling out all the stops for the holidays this year. With a delicious Christmas menu worth tucking into and the ultimate New Year's Eve pre-party, the celebrations are in full swing, right through to next year.

Overflowing with indulgent dishes, their Christmas menu stars everything from a winter game cottage pie and Mildford Farm turkey breast to pears poached in mulled wine and, of course, a classic Christmas pudding.

The festivities don't end there as they're making sure you're in the mood to party until 2018 with their New Year's Eve warm up celebration. Begin with a Prosecco reception before you tuck into three mouth-watering courses such as goats' cheese bonbons, a Yorkshire wagyu burger and an apple Tarte Tatin that'll make sure you finish the year on a sweet note. ~ September 2017
Harvey Nichols Manchester

Dream The Impossible - Tim Bacon Foundation
Dream The Impossible - Tim Bacon Foundation

Singing sensation Beverley Knight wowed a star-studded crowd at The Albert Hall last night following Manchester’s first city-wide banquet, which raised over £527,000 for the Tim Bacon Foundation.

Bacon, who passed away last year after a long battle with cancer, founded the Living Ventures empire along with current CEO Jeremy Roberts and is credited with transforming Manchester's now thriving restaurant and bar scene.  It was a fitting testament to his legacy that more than 1000 diners descended on eight Living Ventures restaurants, including Manchester House, Australasia, ArtisanAlchemist, Grand Pacific, Grill on the Alley and GUSTO, for the ambitious Dream The Impossible charity event.

The unique dining experience was followed by a glamorous after party, organised in conjunction with Make Happen Events, at The Albert Hall where Knight, who has headlined hit West End shows Memphis and The Bodyguard, performed her much-loved hits to guests including Shoulda Woulda Coulda and Middle of Love.  Inimitable actor and DJ Craig Charles continued the party with one of his legendary funk and soul sets, which saw the crowd dancing into the early hours.

Jeremy Roberts CEO of Living Ventures and chair of The Foundation said, "The aim of Dream the Impossible was to celebrate Tim’s life and raise a huge amount of money for the Foundation. I am delighted to say we achieved both aims and had an amazing night. I cannot thank everyone who has supported this event enough, from my colleagues at Living Ventures in organising it, our amazing suppliers and sponsors and everyone that attended, it has been humbling to receive such goodwill from so many people in Manchester and from the wider hospitality industry.  The money raised will really help make a difference to so many cancer patients.”

The amount amassed from the Dream The Impossible event will go to the Tim Bacon Foundation’s inaugural appeal for Christie's Proton Beam Therapy project and Maggie’s Centres which provide much needed care for cancer patients.  Representatives from both charities were at the event and delighted with the support.

Louise Stimson from Christie said “At the Christie charity we provide treatment and care for our patients which is above and beyond what the NHS is able to provide. With the support of partners like the Tim Bacon Foundation we are able to continue to provide the best facilities, care and treatment that there is available. It been wonderful working with the Tim Bacon Foundation this year which culminated last night in an amazing evening of fundraising. I’m sure Tim would have been very proud of his team and thrilled with the results.

Sinead Collins, Maggie’s Manchester Centre Head, said “We’re thrilled and grateful to everyone who has worked so hard to put on such a special event. Those who loved and supported Tim Bacon – and everyone out there who has been affected by cancer – will know the tough questions, exhausting treatment and difficult emotions that a cancer diagnosis can bring. The funds raised by Dream the Impossible event will help us to welcome more people to Maggie’s Manchester and give them the support they need to find their way through cancer. You don’t need an appointment or referral to come to Maggie’s and all our services are free. Whether it’s to find practical advice about benefits and eating well, or talk to one of our qualified experts, or simply sit quietly in a beautiful setting with a cup of tea, Maggie’s is here for you.

The evening, which received remarkable support from prominent businesses, was sponsored by Allied London for Manchester House; Shoosmiths LLP for Australasia; Palatine Private Equity and Deloitte for GUSTO; Finch Insurance Brokers for The Alchemist New York Street; Asahi UK for The Alchemist Spinningfields and Relentless Group and Bruntwood for Grand Pacific, where Manchester United legend Gary Neville was in attendance.

Vaqas Farooq, head of leading law firm Shoosmiths in Manchester, one of the businesses which supported the event by ‘taking over’ Australasia said:  “Dream the Impossible was ambitious and creative  - therefore a truly fitting tribute to the memory  of Tim Bacon. Shoosmiths was delighted to take part in this wonderful event which has raised so much money for these two important charities.~ September 2017
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Restaurant News In Manchester - Don Giovanni
Restaurant News In Manchester - Don Giovanni

Celebrate your festive season in style at Don Giovanni, Manchester’s oldest independently owned Italian restaurant.

Established in 1984, Don Giovanni has been feeding the people of Manchester authentic Italian cuisine for over 30 years. A longstanding favorite on the city’s dining scene, this year they have put together a beautiful and varied selection of 3 and 4 course Christmas party menus as well as a special menu for Christmas Day.

With a show-stopping cocktail list and dishes from multi-michelin and AA rosette chef Jean-Christophe Novelli, restaurant diners are in for a treat. Whether you’re looking for a quiet, candle lit table for two in a romantic corner or a large private room for your office party, Don Giovanni has something to cater for all.

As well as having part and full restaurant hire options available on request, the restaurant’s Luca Bianca suite seats up to 50 people and is free to use with catering. Don Giovanni is also running a Christmas rewards program for party organisers with vouchers of up to £50 are available to those who book in before November 1st.

Diners at Don Giovanni during the Christmas period will also have the option to make a £1 donation to The Big Change to help provide care for Manchester’s homeless community during the cold winter months.

Christmas party menus start at £32.95PP. See their Christmas brochure and get more information here ~ September 2017
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Adam Reid at The French Manchester
Adam Reid at The French Manchester

Following the success of Adam and Mark Abbott's collaboration earlier this month, Adam Reid At The French is hosting another exclusive evening featuring Marc Wilkinson, chef-patron of Fraiche, a Michelin star winning restaurant in Oxton, The Wirral.

Classically trained in French cuisine, Marc’s career includes time spent at the Chester Grosvenor, Pennyhill Park Hotel and the Mirabelle Restaurant in Eastbourne’s Grand Hotel. Winner of the first Michelin star in Merseyside, marc has a reputation for bold and adventurous flavours.

On the evening of Wednesday 18th October both chefs will cook three dishes each to create a bespoke six-course tasting menu showcasing their unique styles. The event will provide an exclusive opportunity to meet two of the North West's celebrated chefs and sample a unique menu of their combined talents.

Tickets to Adam Reid At The French with Marc Wilkinson cost £80 per person with an accompanying wine flight available on request at £65 per person ~ September 2017
Adam Reid At The French

Store Street Exchange Manchester
Store Street Exchange Manchester

Store Street Exchange has revealed a taste of things to come, as they unveil the menu for their extraordinary new restaurant and bar arriving Friday 29th September. Store Street Exchange and Store Street Craft Bar will be situated on the ground floor of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at Piccadilly and will represent an exciting and unconventional, day to night, social den of fine food and drink.  The concept is inspired by Manchester’s industrial background, as well as its forward thinking, inventive identity, and the venue will be serving up outstanding, uncomplicated food and drink from breakfast through to dinner.

The focus is on regional suppliers, expertly sourced ingredients and simple, hearty and magnificent meals, with grills and rotisserie taking centre stage. Corn-fed Goosnargh chickens, courtesy of the iconic, Lancashire-based Johnson and Swarbrick is cooked on the rotisserie all day, every day and available as full and half birds.  Known for producing some of the best poultry in the UK, Johnson and Swarbrick believe a ‘happy bird is a tasty bird’, so diners can expect the very best from the finest producer the region has to offer.

Steak comes courtesy of premium butchers, Aubrey Allen.  Scrupulous in their sourcing they are devoted to supplying the very best meat from the most natural areas of outstanding beauty in the UK – this alongside the consistent approach and purchasing of the entire animal means their beef is placed in the top 1% in the world and has been called the ‘holy grail of beef’. The Store Street grill will serve up rump fillet, rib-eye, sirloin, Barnsley Chop and a Store Street Beef Burger.  A beef rump and a Moroccan shoulder of lamb will also be roasted on the rotisserie.

An extensive range of splendid side dishes will be served up to complement the grill and rotisserie menu including herb crusted Portobello mushroom fries (served with Harrogate Blue Dip); rotisserie potatoes cooked with bone marrow; tiger fries; creamy mash and roast garlic gravy and charred corn on the cob with lime and paprika butter.

Vegetarians and pescetarians will be catered for too with potato gnocchi and wild mushrooms, Moroccan roasted cauliflower, mussels in local cider and responsibly sourced, seasonal fish dishes from Neve Seafood all make an appearance on the Store Street Exchange menu. The starters and desserts collection are a medley of classic, delicious, no-nonsense dishes from Bury black pudding and grilled, shell-on tiger prawns to melt in the middle chocolate pudding with salted caramel ice cream, ‘berry mess’ and local cheeses.

Local and craft beers will be in abundance courtesy of the adjoining Store Street Craft Bar, as well as a cracking wine list.This is about special food, simple pleasures and the creation of a laid-back haven in which to enjoy it all – whether that’s lunch, brunch, business dinners, long lazy catch ups, family gatherings or just a spot of coffee and cake.  The city is about to get a brand new, foodie enclave and everyone’s invited ~ September 2017

Store Street Exchange

Adam Reid at The French Manchester
Adam Reid at The French Manchester

Last week Adam Reid at The French welcomed esteemed chef Mark Abbott to The French for Adam's latest collaboration. Mark is Head Chef at two Michelin star restaurant Midsummer House in Cambridge, working under legendary chef Daniel Clifford. 

The two chefs served a bespoke six-course tasting menu showcasing their unique styles. Dishes included colcannon soufflé, roasted monkfish and dark chocolate with pear and almond. In the upcoming few days they'll be revealing the next collaboration to take place on Wednesday 18th October. Keep watch for the announcement! ~ September 2017

Adam Reid At The French

Vapiano - Corn Exchange
Vapiano - Corn Exchange

Do you know your garlic from your gazpacho - when you can’t see it? Put your taste buds to the blind taste test at Vapiano. Do you have a palate of a champion? Are you able to tell your pestos apart? How about herbs? It’s surprising how much you can get wrong when you can’t see what’s right under your nose.

Dine with a difference this October with Vapiano's blind tasting challenge in celebration of the Manchester Food & Drink Festival.  The event happening on the 3rd and 4th on October at 7pm, will offer even the most experienced foodie a mouth-watering challenge. Don't be nervous though, this isn't a bushtucker trial! The menu will consist of traditional dishes from the restaurant but with a twist, customers must don a blind fold to test their taste buds and guess the Italian cuisine. 

​T​he line-up will include starters, salads, pasta, pizza and dolci (though we can’t give too much away), all washed with a few drinks. The restaurant has done several of these events before and it's a lot of fun ~ September 2017

Restaurants Of Manchester News - Manchester House
Restaurants Of Manchester News - Manchester House
Restaurants Of Manchester News - Manchester House

It has been announced the Aiden Byrne is taking a step back from his role as Head Chef at Manchester House.  Aiden will be spending a few days a week at Manchester House and the rest of his time at other Living Ventures restaurants, including Australasia, Artisan and Grand Pacific, as an advisor to the wider group.

Nathanial Tofan has been promoted to Head Chef.   Nathanial Tofan was one of the 2009 Young Chef of the Year finalists, and has big shoes to fill in his new role. ~ September 2017
Manchester House

Harvey Nichols Manchester
Harvey Nichols Manchester

Manchester Food and Drink Festival returns to celebrate its 20th year, with events happening all over the city centre September 8 – October 9, so naturally Harvey Nichols have pulled out all the stops for their Taste on Two night.

With complimentary drinks to welcome you to their foodie feast, travel around theri culinary map of tasting stations to taste the best of their suppliers including: The Bread Factory, Tarte & Berry, Pickle House, Rosemary Water, Sugarfina, Sweet Potato Liqueurs, Harvey Nichols Own Label and many more. Plus, discover Manchester Three Rivers gin virtual reality distillery tour in the Second Floor.

Enjoy guest talks, live cooking demonstrations of our autumn menu and a toffee apple workshop plus, plenty of samples to get your teeth into. They’ll even give you a sneak peek of gifting at Harvey Nichols, with your chance to place the first orders for Christmas hampers on the evening.

One you've got an appetite up, you can also add a 3 course dinner in the brasserie for £22, or a 2 course dinner for £18, which includes a complementary glass of prosecco.

Get your tickets early for an event which is sure to sell out fast.~ September 2017
Harvey Nichols Manchester

Harvey Nichols Manchester
Harvey Nichols Manchester

Wednesday September 20th sees Harvey Nichols' 'Love Drinks' tasting evening. 

You will be invited to attend a session, hosted by their resident expert, who will take you on a tour of the finest wines, gins, rums, and other tipples, including some well known and less mainstream brands such as El Dorado and Goslings rums, Hayman's and Four Pillars gins, Abelha cachaca, Lanique, and Mr. Black coffee liqueur, amongst others. 

It’s a great way of expanding your horizons and discovering some new and exciting flavours~ September 2017

Harvey Nichols Manchester

First Street Manchester Restaurants ~ The Laundrette First Street
First Street Manchester Restaurants ~ The Laundrette First Street

The Manchester branch of the popular Chorlton cocktails and carbs bar at Manchester's new First Street development is celebrating Freshers week 2017 with a Free Cocktail.

Book a table of 4 or more to celebrate Freshers Week and get a free Rockafella on arrival.

The Rockafella is a big sharing cocktail that has Portobello Road Gin, Chambord, peach bitters, and lillet blanc topped with prosecco. A brilliant offer which makes booking well worth it! ~ September 2017

Launderette Manchester

Don Giovanni
Don Giovanni

Don Giovanni have extended their 50% off A la carte menu offer to the end of September for online bookings!

After a crazy month in August, Manchester’s oldest independent Italian are extending their amazing 50% off A la carte food offer right through to the end of September!

Due to exceptional demand, the award-winning restaurant have now extended their 50% off A la carte menu offer to allow people who were unable to book the chance to come and enjoy the deal.

With premium dishes such as lobster, steak and chateaubriand available too with a small supplement you’d be a silly sausage not to make the most of this offer while it lasts! Just book online through Don Giovanni's website to secure your discount. ~ September 2017

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Restaurants near the Lowry Theatre ~ Pier Eight

With its stunning waterside setting overlooking Salford Quays, the stylish restaurant inside The Lowry invites you to an evening with Chapel Down produces a world-class range of sparkling and still wines, together with the award-winning range of Curious beers & cider.

Their English sparkling wines are created using the traditional method, the same as Champagne, from fruit sourced from the South-East of England. The night, hosted by Darren, will guide you through the history of Chapel Down and give an insight into the wine and beer making process.

You'll get to taste four of their fabulous products and enjoy a cheese platter alongside them. September 2017

Pier Eight

Botanist MediaCityUK
Botanist MediaCityUK

Well renowned purveyor of drinks and good times; The Botanist, has launched its fantastic new waterfront destination on Salford Quays, in the very heart of MediaCity UK. 

Awesome balcony views complement the well established cocktails and drinks offering, and is a welcome addition to the now flourishing Salford Quays hospitality and leisure scene. ~ September 2017

Botanist MediaCityUK

Restaurants near the Lowry Theatre ~ Pier Eight

The striking new MediaCityUK Alchemist Bar & Restaurant opened at the beginning of September.   This ambitious £1.2m development has  its own distinctive identity, making a statement with eye-catching interior design.  Located in a prime waterside location between The Lowry Theatre and MediaCityUK.  

Manchester based Reid Architects have created something special, reflective of the energetic and creative environment in which it is located.  In conjunction with construction specialist Artez Group, they have delivered a landmark, futuristic building which includes bold and modernist features, from the angular blackened steel and bronze bar, to the dazzling gold clad roof and walls.  The bar wraps around from the interior to the enclosed outdoor terrace which will be ideal for al fresco drinking and dining, offering sweeping views of the water and the surrounding area which still gives a glimpse of the enduring and fascinating legacy of Salford’s industrial heritage. 

Open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the carefully crafted drinks menu ensures a cocktail selection that is second to none including classics such as the Smokey Old Fashioned and new additions such as the Battenberg.  The utmost care is taken in sourcing and using the finest ingredients, coupled with molecular drinks-making techniques which will surprise and confound every palate!

Simon Potts, Managing Director The Alchemist says: “This will be our eleventh Alchemist in the UK and a significant one for the brand. This particular building has a unique and visionary design aesthetic as befitting our location, and the team are really looking forward to welcoming everyone who works and lives in this vibrant waterside community.”. ~ September 2017

The Alchemist MediaCityUK

Wood Manchester

The long awaited new venture and concept of MasterChef winner Simon Wood's first restaurant, Wood Manchester, is unintimidating high end dining has opened.

The kitchen is headed up by Head Chef Mike Jennings, formerly of Salford's now-closed Grenache. Aiming to bring together passion and creativity with powerful flavours – delivered with playful authenticity - the menu offers modern interpretations on traditional flavours, focusing on simplicity and purity.

The MasterChef 2015 winner will be on site daily, in his role as owner and Executive Chef, working with his team to create incredible food for everyone who visits the First Street restaurant. It looks set to be one of the 'to watch' places in the city centre in terms of food offerings after a promising press build up and launch. September 2017

What's On in Manchester

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Other Manchester Restaurant News
The 5-star Lowry Hotel has launched its Christmas festivities with a glittering 1920’s theme. The Lowry Hotel wants guests to celebrate the festive season in speakeasy style and channel their inner Daisy Buchannan or Jay Gatsby as the Lowry Hotel provides a menu of festive treats~ September 2017
Popular vegetarian restaurant 1847 which closed its doors in the city earlier this year is set to return as Veggie, located this time on King Street ~ September 2017
The Individual Restaurant Group has made plans to open a Gino D’Acampo branded Prosecco bar & kitchen, in a joint venture with Next Retail, and are moving forward with a planning application submitted to Manchester council, to be based in Next's Arndale branch, ironically, just over the road from the Gino D'Acampo restaurant itself ~ September 2017
It looks like Spring Gardens is getting a new coffee shop in the form of the London based chain Black Sheep Coffee. The new coffee shop will be open between 7am & 5pm Monday  to Friday ~ September 2017
Iconic Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons is coming to Manchester later this year. After the success of its first UK venture in Glasgow, Tim Hortons has now announced several new UK ventures ~ September 2017
JD Wetherspoons and thousands of other business across the UK will be supporting Tax Equity Day. On September the 20th to highlight tax inequalities related to the sale of food, JD Wetherspoons will be reducing the cost of food and drink by 7.5% ~ September 2017
Award winning Sushi restaurant Umezushi is looking at extending. The small restaurant, set in a railway arch near the Arena, is looking at opening a deli named “Kitchen in an Arch”, by transforming a second railway arch directly opposite the restaurant, according to planning applications ~ September 2017
Glasgow’s Alston Bar & Beef has announced plans to open an second UK venue and it’s first English venue in Manchester this year following a £2m investment. The restaurant is set to open in the recently redeveloped Corn Exchange.  When open, Alston Bar & Beef will be the first venue in Manchester to offer Tweed Valley steak on its menu. The beef is selected from the top one per cent of Scottish beef and dry hung for 35 days, for optimum flavour. ~ September 2017
Since its September, perhaps we are too late in announcing that Manchester's now world famous German markets are making a return to the city on November 10th, running until December 20th.  As ever, it will be based heavily in Albert's Square, but spreads throughout the city.  Will Zippy be making a comeback for the 20th year atop the town hall, or will he finally have a successor? ~ September 2017

Special Offers in Manchester Restaurants

New Manchester Restaurants - Shoryu Ramen Manchester
Japanese restaurants in Manchester Shoryu Ramen ~ The first UK branch outside of London from the quality ramen chain ~ Dec 2016
American restaurants in Manchester Menagerie ~ Upmarket restaurant centred around a catwalk showcasing dancers and acrobats ~ Aug 2016
British restaurants in Manchester Grafene ~ Fine dining restaurant influenced by Manchester's scientific breakthroughs ~ July 2016
European restaurants in Manchester B.Eat Street ~ Manchester's largest collection of street food traders and bars ~ July 2016
European restaurants in Manchester King Street Tavern ~ Beautiful restaurant and spectacular rooftop in a restored 1872 bank ~ Dec 2015
Italian restaurants in Manchester Marco's New York Italian MediaCityUK ~ Modern Italian restaurant from Marco Pierre White ~ Nov 2015
British restaurants in Manchester Pier Eight ~ The Lowry’s brand new restaurant and bar offering stunning waterside setting ~ Nov 2015
Italian restaurants in Manchester Vapiano Corn Exchange ~ First UK restaurant outside of London from the popular pasta chain ~ Nov 2015
European restaurants in Manchester Banyan Bar & Kitchen ~ Stylish cocktail bar and restaurant in the revamped Corn Exchange ~ Oct 2015
Japanese restaurants in Manchester Cottonopolis ~ Popular cocktail bar with Japanese kitchen in the Northern Quarter ~ Oct 2015
Other new restaurants in Manchester include: ~ The Ivy Cafe (Rumoured 2017) ~ The Man Who Fell To Earth (2017) ~ Are Friends Electric? (2017) ~ The Alchemist MediaCityUK (Spring 2017) ~ Mackie Mayor Food Hall (Spring 2017) ~ Goose Fat & Wild Garlic (Spring 2017)~ Cafe Football at The National Football Museum (Spring 2017) ~ Real Junkfood Project (2017) ~ Randall & Aubin (May 2017) ~ Suri (March 2017) ~ The Manchester Vegan & Wellbeing Centre (1 Feb 2017) ~ Beastro (Jan 2017) ~ West CNR (3 Jan 2017) ~ The Oxford Street Bistro (27 December 2016) ~ The Rabbit In The Moon (22 Dec) ~ Bundobust (14 Dec) ~ Featherblade (11 Dec) ~ The Laundrette Manchester (5 Dec) ~ The Refinery by Drake & Morgan (28 Nov) ~ V Rev Vegan Diner (28 Nov) ~ The Gasworks Brew Bar (28 Oct 2016) ~ Evelyn's Cafe Bar (25 Nov) ~ Favelas (2 Nov) ~ Jamboree Foodfest (Nov 2016) ~ Mexica(28 Oct) ~ The Loading Bay (Autumn 2016) ~ New Yorker (12 Oct 2016) ~ Hispi Didsbury (7 Oct 2016) ~ The Refuge by Volta (Sep 2016) ~ Squid Ink (Jul 2016) ~ Chilango (Apr 2016)

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