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According to STEAM figures, tourism generates £2.5bn to the economy of Greater Manchester directly through food and drink service. Needless to say, the restaurant and bar scene in Manchester is booming, and with the largest increase in the number of places to eat and drink in comparison to other major cities in the UK, Manchester has become a bit of a destination for gastronomic adventurers. Manchester’s got every base covered for foodies – which means just about everyone.

A new £8m casino, bar and restaurant has opened in Manchester – what’s it ...

Show-stopping interior design, a good value restaurant, and a glamorous bar serving local gin cocktails - welcome to Manchester, Napoleons

Manchester’s Midland Hotel unveils £14m transformation

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Britain’s favourite cereal was created here in Manchester

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Escape to Freight Island launches new al fresco brunch menu with breakfast buns ...

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This brand new Droylsden bar is a fresh slice of the Northern Quarter in Tamesid...

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Siam Smiles takes over Great Northern community kitchen with top Thai treats

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The best places for afternoon tea in Manchester

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Manchester Food and Drink Festival postponed as coronavirus cases increase acros...

Manchester Food and Drink Fest...