Fallowfield’s favourite bar, The Font, is being replaced by a business as similar to its predecessor as possible. The £2 cocktails are back!
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 […]
Student favourite Fallow Cafe is being replaced by a Nordic inspired cafe and nightclub: Haus.
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
Barbecue, a coffee shop on Wilbraham Road, is to stop accepting cash payments completely
Helena Maxwell-Jackson weaves a warm tale of intrigue about the enigmatic Chapter One café, which held back the cold and offered sumptuous treats
Gina and Kate, two hungry and impoverished students, find their way through a tiny doorway to sample some famous curry delights
Marcus Johns and Charlie Spargo explore the Northern Quarter’s newest concept café where you only pay for the time you spend
I was so disappointed when I heard Trof Fallowfield was changing hands. “It won’t be the same” I insisted. “Where am I going to go and gossip over a bottle of red wine now?”. But having visited a few times I now see the error of my ways. From its humble origins as a vegan […]
Laura Swain writes in memory of The Font, Fallowfield. A versatile café, bar and pub with great food and the famous £2 cocktails. It will be sorely missed.
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.
The Clink Cafe, a fine dining restaurant run by ex-prisoners, has opened its doors in Manchester city centre
I’s worth the extra 10 minutes on the bus
“When our food finally arrived, we almost grabbed the plates out from the waitressed hands with hunger-induced anticipation.”