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Yvonne likes food and wine, big hairy dogs, crime dramas (with a special fondness for Columbo) and a good book.

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Phil Jones MBE, Managing Director, Brother UK

Brother is an award-winning office technolgy hardware business providing products and support to businesses across the globe which started out as a sewing machine...

She Says, He Says: Indian for lunch at Zouk Tea Bar & Grill

This Bradford-born Indian and Pakistani restaurant has been receiving rave reviews for its traditional and authentic dishes since it opened here in 2009. There...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Dan Parrott, Co-Founder Low Four Studio

Glossop-born Dan Parrott launched Low Four Studio at Old Granada Studios with his partner Brendan Williams in May 2016. The space is now used to...

Vermilion restaurant and cocktail bar opens stunning new banqueting hall

Vermilion, the Thai and Indian fine dining restaurant in Miles Platting, has opened a new 800 person capacity banqueting hall. Vermilion has extended its offer in its 10th...

New five day family-friendly festival launches this summer

Here’s a new date for your summer festival diary. One Tribe Festival will be descending on the spectacular grounds of Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire this...

Take a taste tour of Thailand with Thaikhun

Thai is one of the nation's favourite cuisines, yet most of us order the same dishes out of habit and familiarity. But there's more...

REVIEW: Browns Brasserie & Bar launch (too many) new menus

When I first came to Manchester in the 90s, the gay scene was thriving whichever way you swung. Three of my fondest memories crazily...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Julia Mitchell, Managing Director Toast PR

Rochdale-born Julia Mitchell set up her company, Toast PR, thirteen years ago in Nottingham’s Lace Market after studying a business degree at Warwick Business...

First Taste: Sunday lunch at Refuge Dining Room by Volta

I think it was Shakespeare who wrote "A roast by any other name would taste as sweet." Or maybe it was Jamie Oliver. Anyway, I like...

The Manchester school where drinking wine is on the curriculum

When I signed up for Manchester Wine School at The Lowry Hotel last Saturday I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.  Waistcoat-wearing experts with...

Bread and wine bar Bakerie launch new lunch menu and new cellar

Husband and wife team David Cook and Alyson Doocey opened Bakerie, their bread and wine bar, over five years ago in the Northern Quarter...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Jon Shard, Advertising Photographer

Stockport-born Jon Shard has worked in the industry for nearly twenty years. He started out photographing bands like the Manic Street Preachers and working for...

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