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Suppher x Ropes &Twines Manchester restaurants - Suppher
On the back of their listing in Code Hospitality Women of the Year, Suppher is keeping it Northern and heading to Liverpool! Celebrating local women in hospitality and bringing talent over from Manchester.

The collaborative dinner will be led by;
- Anna Carmichael (Suppher)
- Daniela Tucci (Cooked)
- Manuela Quesada (Holy Grain Sourdough Bakery)

As always, Suppher's events are inclusive so anyone can attend but they are powered by women. The Chefs will create a special four course menu accompanied by a female-produced wine pairing curated by Kim McBride.

Profits will be donated to WHISC. The Women’s Health Information & Support Centre (WHISC) is a charity dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women and their families throughout Liverpool and the surrounding areas.

The May 17th event will start at 19:30 and will be hosted at Ropes & Twines, More Informaton Here.
Manchester restaurants - Tender Manchester

This summer Manchester’s 5-star Stock Exchange Hotel will open the doors of a new luxury dining experience ‘Tender’ under the stewardship of chef-in-residence, two-time Michelin star Niall Keating. Named after the tender care put into crafting each dish and with a nod to the heritage of the hotel, Tender will offer gourmet food for everyday dining within the opulent and historic dining room of the Stock Exchange Hotel.

Officially opening on 5th June, in the newly renovated dining room, Tender will cater for a variety of culinary experiences, offering weekday brasserie lunch, a la carte dinner, afternoon teas, a special Sunday roast and chef’s table and special tasting menu, all created by Niall Keating. Niall, aged 33, earned two Michelin stars, achieved under 30, making him one of the UK’s youngest two-time Michelin star chefs.

Niall honed his skills in Michelin star restaurants around the world including Restaurant Sat Bains, UK (2 star) and Benu, San Francisco, US (3 star) before returning to the UK, where Niall arrived at The Dining Room at Whatley Manor Hotel, where he earned his first star in 2017 and a second in 2019. He opened Lunar Restaurant in November 2022. Niall's commitment to sustainability earned him a prestigious Green Star from Michelin in January 2021, making him a pioneer in eco-conscious gastronomy.
Persian Bread Kitchen Coming to Exhibition Manchester restaurants - Jaan
A bread kitchen from the team behind Another Hand will open in Exhibition next month in an effort to expand the brand’s sustainable practices. A staple of the restaurant’s menu, the  Wildfarmed House Flatbreads, boasting ever changing seasonal toppings, will be linchpin of the menu at Jaan!

Sustainability is the focus of the menu at Another Hand. Produce is sourced from across the Northwest, with the vast majority of ingredients travelling no more than 40 miles, whilst bread from Holy Grain and Chocolate from Dormouse arrive from neighbours just metres away.

Whilst all efforts are made to ensure every element of produce is used, diners habits, expiration dates and reasons beyond a chef’s control mean ingredients will alway go spare. It is this problem Another Hand aims to solve with the opening of Jaan, a bread kitchen that will act as an extension to the restaurant taking unused or unsold produce from one kitchen to another!
Manchester restaurants - Mana Mana Sundays
Over the past six months, Mana has been considering how to be more accessible to those who want to visit them. Ultimately, their schedule should allow their work to be shared with as many people as possible, whilst also enabling their team to have an incredibly positive work-life balance. With this is mind they’ve decided to make some changes to their opening hours and pricing.

From speaking to their guests, they’ll now be open on Sundays, and therefore, from the 8th of May, they’ll be here for you to enjoy the experience we provide for the whole weekend.

Along with the new opening hours their will also be a change is price with the Complete and Extracts menus being lowered to £165 and £85, respectively.

Find out more here.
An Aperol Season To Remember Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
Summer has officially landed in Manchester, and 20 Stories have teamed up with Aperol to bring you a season to remember!

Join them somewhere high above Manchester as you sip on your summer spritzes from their bespoke Summer Spritzes Menu, and take in the views of the city from 19 floors high.

Listen to the sounds of live music every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, as we bring you a music series that is not to be missed, high above the city.

From Bottomless Brunch, to Aperol Sunset Sessions and more, they’re painting the town orange this summer!

They look forward to welcoming you!
Manchester restaurants - Skof Manchester

Anticipation builds as Tom Barnes announces that he will open Skof, his debut restaurant in Manchester’s NOMA district on Wednesday 29th May, with bookings available until Saturday 14th September.

Ahead of the opening, Tom has also revealed a taste of what’s to come with the release of a sample menu. At both lunch (Thursday to Saturday) and dinner (Wednesday to Saturday), he will serve two variations of his tasting menu, one 12-course and one 15-course which will be priced at £120 and £165 respectively. At lunch, Skof will also serve a four-course offering, priced at £50 per head. Dishes on the first set of menus include “Roasted Sladesdown duck, peach leaf, Ibis celeriac, wholemeal bread” and “Berkswell cheese sable biscuit, crushed broad beans, whipped roe, bronze fennel”.

In the lead up to the opening of Skof, Tom has been working on preserving ingredients to add depth of flavour to his dishes, also allowing them to be used all year round. As a continuation of this mindset, the team at Skof will create their own miso, used to flavour a “Lightly set custard”, served with Hen-of-the-Woods mushrooms, truffle, mushroom dashi and their own “Amasake sorbet” flavoured with milk Oolong tea.

To Manchester, Tom brings the farm-to-table ethos so crucial at Simon Rogan’s Lake District restaurants, weaving in new suppliers as he tailors the offering to a new market in the vibrant Northern city. The sourcing for the menu reflects both his experience and background working with some of the best chefs in the world and the new path he has taken at Skof. So, alongside daily deliveries of produce grown specifically for him from Simon Rogan’s Our Farm in the Cartmel Valley, Tom will work with small-scale suppliers such as Cinderwood Market Garden in Nantwich and Lake District Farmers.

A lot of thought has gone into preparing different drinks pairings at Skof. Tom, alongside his restaurant manager Sean Oakford and assistant restaurant manager Max Lawrence (both ex-L’Enclume), have created a range of drinks options to include alcohol-free or mixed-alcohol pairings, or matching wines to go with the menu. The small but well-rounded wine list aims to give a variety of exciting options, spotlighting small-scale producers and the team’s personal recommendations. In addition, Tom has also collaborated with Manchester brewery, Track to create Sidney, a light and refreshing beer intended as an alternative to kick off the meal.

Tom Barnes commented: “It’s been a long time coming, so I’m excited to be able to finally release our reservations. I can’t wait to share what we’ve been working on and to return some of the incredible hospitality I’ve received from the people of Manchester. With Skof, my purpose is to create an incredible experience that focuses on great quality ingredients but above all, puts a smile on peoples faces.”
Manchester restaurants - Junction Junction Appointment - Charlotte O’Neill
Junction, the new bar, restaurant, cafe and social workspace launching at the iconic events venue, Manchester Central, this spring has announced the appointment of Charlotte O’Neill as General Manager.

With over 15 years’ experience in the sector spanning luxury bars and fine dining restaurants, Charlotte previously held the General Manager role at Three Little Words which, during her tenure, was awarded ‘Bar Team of the Year’ by the prestigious Top 50 Cocktail Bars ratings. She has also worked with acclaimed restaurant Tattu and hospitality venture, Tokyo Industries.

Construction for the brand new bar, restaurant, cafe and social workspace located at the front of Manchester Central - one of the UK's leading venues - is already well underway.

Junction is also currently interviewing for its Head Chef position, to be announced in the coming weeks.
It Rains We Pour Manchester restaurants - Greene King
Brits across the nation can grab a free pint at their local Greene King pub as soon as the first drop of rain falls in Manchester.

So, to launch Greene King’s free pint offer, a nine-foot-tall pint glass shaped rain drop detector will be situated at Great Northern Warehouse in Manchester.

Brits can officially now grab one of 100,000 free pints at their local Greene King pub in celebration of rain falling today. The offer is live for 24 hours from 11am on 25th March, and customers can choose one free drink from a range of options.

All pub goers must do to quench their thirst is head to a local participating Greene King pub and say the key words “it rains, we pour” when ordering. More information inc T&C's can be found here.
Manchester restaurants - Printworks An Entirely New ‘World Of Entertainment’
Printworks, Manchester, has revealed a stunning 1000m2 screen on its ceiling, the first of its kind in Europe.

The centre has been transformed into an immersive, interactive digital space with state-of-the-art digital screens flooding the central, public walkways with colour and sound. This truly is a first and is a showcase for creative talent in Manchester. It will be free of charge for the public to enjoy and must be seen to be believed.

The aim is to create an entirely new ‘world of entertainment’ for Manchester’s fun-seeking consumers. Further refurbishments include a giant 210 square metre piece of public art by Alex Sylt, which was chosen by the people of Manchester in a public vote, as well as a panel of expert judges including Norman Cook, (Fatboy Slim).

A digital gaming screen has been added where passers-by can use their phones to play multi-player games against each other. Plus, a complete refurbishment externally and internally, including spectacular entrance gateways
NRB24 Reports Record Attendancer Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
Northern Restaurant & Bar, sponsored by Uber Eats, has reported an 11% increase in attendance at this year’s trade show. More than 9,600 visitors attended the two day trade event at Manchester Central, with over 300 food, drink, tech and equipment suppliers showcasing the very best innovation across the sector.

Northern Restaurant & Bar 2024 saw a jam-packed line up of interviews with some of the industry’s most dynamic leaders, sharing insight and discussion on the sector’s key topics.

Diversified Communications, organisers of NRB, also revealed the launch of lunch! NORTH, a northern version of its award-winning trade show lunch!

This new show will take place at Manchester Central alongside an extended Northern Restaurant & Bar on 11–12th March 2025. lunch! NORTH will focus on the café, coffee shop and food-to-go sector in the North and provide a dedicated trade show for these operators.
Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
Madre Supports Eat Like A Local 

In conjunction with International Women’s Day, Madre have launched a fundraising initiative working with Mexican food tour company Eat Like A Local, to support women in Mexico City with their education and opportunities.

Born and bred in Mexico City, Rocio Vazquez Landeta founded the food tour company Eat Like Local in 2018. The business was inspired by a stint travelling; shocked by the tourist traps, overpriced restaurants and umbrella tours, it was on a night out in Istanbul, drinking and being shown the city by a group of homeless guys, that she realised seeing a city with the locals was how you really experience it. From here Eat Like A Local grew, taking hundreds of visitors a year around the markets, introducing them to the local street food vendors and giving them a true experience of what Mexico City’s food and drink scene had to offer.

Setting up a social programme, Eat Like A Local now work to support young females in the La Merced and Jamaica Markets. As Rocio explains “the main goal of the program is to expose kids from La Merced and Jamaica Markets to kindness, feminism, inclusion, respect, and love. We teach them to say no, that their voice matter, that they can leave any situation when they feel uncomfortable. We teach them to set boundaries, self-love, and self-care; we teach them everything we wish someone told us when we were kids growing up in a misogynistic world. We want to show them that education can actually lead to a better life and that knowledge can set them free, that they are not powerless. It is about cultural exchange, great ideas, and great people is about creating the world we want to live in, by changing one kid at a time.”

To support Eat Like a Local and their social programme, throughout the month of March, Madre will be adding a £1 donation to bills when serving tap water. These donations will be collated and sent to Rocio and the team with the specific aim of helping one female in particular who is currently trying to save money to study outside of Mexico due to the mafia becoming increasingly violent in her market.
Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen Kuits Nrb Top Fifty Power List 2024 Revealed
Returning for its eleventh edition, the Kuits NRB Top Fifty Hospitality Power List 2024 has been unveiled today at the opening of the annual Northern Restaurant and Bar (NRB) trade show in Manchester.

The prestigious list recognises the top performing and most influential hospitality operators from across the north who have excelled both commercially and critically over the past twelve months. The names are revealed at a time when northern hospitality has demonstrated growth and resilience over the past year, averaging 7.2% sales growth, according to research conducted by Northern Restaurant & Bar in partnership with CGA by NielsenIQ.

Notable entries from Manchester include: A Very Inc. (The Firehouse/Ramona) Archies, Common & Co, Frederic Robinson, Higher Ground, Living Ventures, Madre, Mission Mars, NQ64, Revolution Bars Group, San Carlo Group, Schofield Brothers, Seven Bro7hers, Super Friendz, The Alchemist, The Liars Club Group and Umbel Restaurant Group .
Eat Well MCR x NRB Fundraising Dinner Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
The 3rd annual Eat Well MCR x NRB fundraising dinner will be held at the beautiful new Fenix restaurant and bar, with a truly exceptional line-up of local and national chef talent. Join us for a fabulous evening of fundraising, food and fun!

They'll be serving welcome drinks and canapes, followed by an 8 course dinner with wine.

Living Room Dance Club and DJ Lenny will be on deck to get the party started after dinner has concluded, with a full set in the beautiful downstairs bar at Fenix. The evening eill be hosted by actor and MC Emily Spowage. More information here
Manchester restaurants - Maya Mayfair to Manchester, MAYA Set To Open
MAYA, the new three-storey bar and restaurant from the team behind Isabel Mayfair has today revealed it will officially open at the end of March, with bookings to open in the coming days.

Situated at the bustling intersection of Chorlton Street and Canal Street, the 20th-century warehouse building which MAYA will call home holds a storied past in Manchester's nightlife history books and today houses the LEVEN lifestyle hotel. MAYA will be a refreshingly dynamic all-day dining experience, across all three of its levels, each one telling its own story.

The brasserie space, which is set at ground level and welcomes sweeping daylight and the familiar cobbles of Canal Street will present a modern-European style menu of brasserie.

The main dining room, set below ground level. A sumptuously hued, alluring interior is the setting for a drinking and dining experience centred around an ingredient-led, hyper-seasonal and regularly changing menu. The culinary experience throughout is being crafted by Mancunian head chef Gabe Lea.
Flat Iron First For Manchester Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen
Flat Iron are pleased to announce that they will be opening a restaurant on Deansgate in early Summer. The 150 cover restaurant will bring their single-minded commitment to serving remarkable steak at an affordable price to the heart of Manchester.

The restaurant’s concise menu is led by the signature ‘Flat Iron’ steak, taken from the often overlooked featherblade, known for its flavour, tenderness and juiciness when seam butchered with skill and care, alongside much-loved sides such as beef dripping chips, creamed spinach, truffled macaroni cheese and crispy bone marrow garlic mash.

The two-floor restaurant is housed in a Grade II Listed building, designed by Charles Heathcote and first opened to the public in 1908 as the office of the Royal London Friendly Society. The interiors of the restaurant have been remodelled by architects Macaulay Sinclair with the vision to uncover and display as much of the original building fabric as possible, highlighting any heritage assets and celebrating the architectural features.
Manchester restaurants - Skof Manchester

Chef, Roux Scholar and Simon Rogan alumnus Tom Barnes confirms he will open his first restaurant in Manchester in spring 2024, with a vision to create an unpretentious yet ambitious dining experience in the North.

Having been rumoured for some time, Skof will open as a 36-cover restaurant in the NOMA neighbourhood in Manchester city centre. Known as one of the most skilful young chefs in the country, Tom has been developing menus that are deceptively simple yet brimming with technique and full of flavour. As a chef in some of the best restaurants in the world, his dishes are naturally in season, with local ingredients taking centre stage. Tom also aims to remove some of the seriousness associated with tasting menu restaurants by bringing an element of surprise and joy to his guests, which was evident with his Great British Menu win in 2020
Manchester restaurants - Medlock Canteen Medlock Canteen At New Jackson
Medlock Canteen, the latest concept from the team behind Belzan and Madre, will open on 23 March at New Jackson.

Taking inspiration from two distinct styles of eateries found on the opposite side of the Atlantic; Medlock Canteen is inspired by the informality, accessibility and hospitality of American Diners and Parisian Bistros with a menu centred around dishes ‘you know and love to eat’

Medlock Canteen invites locals to take a seat and as long as they desire with bottomless coffee and an all-day menu to keep eaters, drinkers and workers fuelled.

The focal point of the will centre around the rotisserie chicken oven. By lunch they’ll be served in baguettes, at dinner half or whole with a choice or sides and throughout the day you can pick up a chicken in a bag to enjoy at home, on the tram or wherever you like to eat yours.
Black Cat Club Manchester restaurants - Black Cat Club
Launching this March, the team behind popular restaurants, El Gato Negro and Canto, are introducing their exciting new concept, Black Cat Club.

Located on Brown Street in the former Habas unit, the venue brings the electrifying game of interactive shuffleboard to Manchester, a first for the city, previously finding popularity in London.

The game is simple, combining traditional shuffleboard with innovative technology, automatic scoring and interactive screens, with two teams of up to eight guests battling it out.

Combined with immersive, Flyby Darts, the vibe at Black Cat Club is energetic and engaging, complemented with stylish interiors and soundtracked by vinyl DJs, cocktails, sharers and small plates.
Manchester restaurants - The Lamb Of Tartary Cottonopolis Becomes The Lamb of Tartary
A new public house and grill, The Lamb of Tartary, is set to open on the 1st March in the former Cottonopolis site on Newton Street.

This new venue comes from the team behind the award-winning Edinburgh Castle in Ancoats.

The menu curated by Edinburgh Castle's executive chef Shaun Moffat will include modern takes on classic British dishes and championing local produce, showcased in a selection of deliciously grilled meat and fish.
Rigatoni's Opens Manchester restaurants - Rigatoni's
On Saturday 6th January, Rigatoni’s, Manchester’s newest pasta kitchen, opened its doors for business in Ancoats.

Specialising in house-made rigatoni, the menu at the new restaurants features hearty bowls of pasta starting at just £7.50.

The rigatoni is the star of the show, made fresh daily at each site through a bronze die, giving it a textured finish to hold onto the sauces ‘asciutta’ style.

In addition to the main attraction, Rigatoni’s offers a selection of appetisers such as Fried Mozzarella & Pesto Sandwich , Salami & Potato Crocchette and Focaccia Toasts with various toppings, including Gorgonzola Whip & Hot Honey.
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