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Albert Hall This huge, stunning building will be home to a long list of pretty special events once COVID fucks off and we can start enjoying them once again. I once watched Mexican Wrestling in here and Fuck in my Manchester was as good as it sounds. Both are fantastic party destinations, especially towards the weekends, and both are great for celebrating something special with a group of mates. Drinks are super cheap, tunes are loud and everyone just seems to want to get off with you. Well, the person who said that had probably just come back from a mucky night in MOJO.
This hidden gem on Swan Street looks fantastic, but is also a great place to sink some cheap cocktails and meet some new people. Soup This place probably has the best events and booking calendar in the whole city, with some band, singer, DJ or performer on every single night of the week. The basement downstairs has played host to hundreds of legends over the years and will continue to do so for years to come. During the day their food is also excellent. Every Saturday sees the best in soul and funk with a great crowd right through until the early hours. Tuesday nights and Friday nights are the best.
Dog Bowl Some people say that ten pin bowling is for kids but what do they know?! Hatch A bunch of shipping containers tucked under the concrete monstrosity that is the Mancunian Way, Hatch has been a fantastic addition to the city since it opened a few years back. What more do you want? Zouk One of the best places to go in Manchester for a curry, the venue is complete with a picture-perfect flower wall and an outdoor terrace serving food, drinks and shisha.
This is off the full menu so you can get a nice tasty meal for cheaper! If it still existed. Courtyard A firm student favourite, the Courtyard is cheap, cheerful and is pretty much the perfect student boozer in Manchester. You could easily waste valuable lecture and revision hours in here — I know I did. Big Hands The perfect pre-gig venue, Big Hands is also legendary in the city due to its excellent choice of foreign beers, its jukebox and the rather impressive rooftop terrace up top. Fingers crossed for an open date soon.
The basement bar downstairs is always a great shout too. It could very well be called something else. But before lockdown it was still going strong, with a fantastic reputation for gigs and club nights that turn out to be some of the best in the city. Wilderness Record Store Just off Withington High Street is Wilderness, a record store, cafe, live music menu and everything else in-between. Most of the curry shops have been replaced by shisha bars, and favourites from yesteryear have let themselves go a little bit.
There are still some gems dotted along the length of the road though including Mughli, Falafel, Moonlight, Walnut, Rusholme Chippy and Camel. Their brunch is outstanding, and at weekends you can probably expect to have to queue — so head on down on a weekday and enjoy their baked delights and out of this world brekkie dishes. Pasha There are two reasons to go to Pasha. One is the food — which is Lebanese and is outstanding.
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