Try out this recipe for roasted tomato and garlic soup to warm you up over the cold winter months and fight off any pesky colds
It’s no myth that Manchester is teeming with independent coffeehouses, and with so many to choose from, I’ve selected 3 of my favourites. My first stop on this ‘café crawl’ was Chapter One Books in the Northern Quarter. An independent coffeehouse and bookstore, it offers a quirky medley of all things abstract. Part of the […]
Contributor Elena Bradley reviews the biggest vegan hype in town: V-Rev’s Diner. Is it overpriced or worth the splurge?
A corner of vibrant colour in the otherwise chromatically restrained Corn Exchange, Cabana was certainly eye-catching — with multi-coloured chairs, walls outfitted like favela walls plastered in adverts, and seats made of repurposed denim. Accordingly, my first glance at the drinks menu was a pleasant surprise. Given the array of colourful cocktails and other unusual beverages, […]
To any sci-fi fans among you, yes, the name comes from Soylent Green, and no, the drinks are not made from human remains
San Carlo is known to be one of Manchester’s high-class celebrity favourite restaurants. The food is classic Italian, the menu extensive, and the atmosphere lively. But don’t be put off by the prices or star-studded clientele. Whilst it is busy pretty much every day of the week, you’ll find yourself surrounded by all manner of […]
Cocktails and nibbles in relaxed environment that won’t break the bank. As a students on a budget, what more could we ask for?
Piccadilly Gardens has had a tough time keeping its reputation afloat; The Manchester Evening News recently explored why the council has supposedly found it so difficult to make it a place Mancunians actually want to go. Places like Shoryu though, are giving it their best shot to turn its reputation around. Its launch in winter 2016 […]
Helena Young provides a brief history of Manchester’s famous Curry Mile, and looks forward to its ever expanding, versatile future
Explore Milk and Honey, a volunteer led cosy café just next to the University, with plenty of events and projects happening over the next few months.
Laura Swain goes to visit PLY for their 10 day Oktoberfest themed event, sampling the finest German beers and pizza they have to offer.
As the city’s centre of arts, individualism, and student culture, Affleck’s Palace is the perfect place to host an event celebrating the essentials of student life
I’s worth the extra 10 minutes on the bus
Whether it’s break-up comfort food or a helping hand in overcoming a hangover, this recipe for scrambled eggs is the perfect ticket to feeling well again