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Popular cafe/restaurant situated in the Fusiliers Museum. Open daily for cakes, snacks and lunches. Food is prepared fresh each day from locally sourced ingredients, Afternoon tea with home made cakes and scones. Private catering available.
101 Bar at the Townhouse Hotel Manchester is the place to meet, dine, sip on a cocktail or chill out after a day spent exploring Manchester.
A superior brew with a delightful view, Tatton’s Gardener’s Cottage Tea Room is now open.
Vintage style tea room and cupcake shop. Homemade cupcakes and sweet treats baked fresh everyday, take away or eat it to enjoy the unique, cosy atmosphere. Occasion cupcakes can also be made to order.
A relaxed neighbourhood tea room by day & a modern restaurant by night.
Dunham Massey, Altrincham
Enjoy early morning light bites, hearty home cooked meals, chunky soups or afternoon teas, along with a wide range of homemade cakes and desserts.
Masons Dining Room at the award winning Slattery Patissier and Chocolatier specialises in Afternoon Tea and the Slattery Chocolate Challenge.
Cafe/Bar/Exhibition Space/Occasional Live Music Venue in East Didsbury.
Café Riverside offers a range...
150 Deansgate, Manchester
Situated within The John Rylands Library on Deansgate in Manchester City Centre, Café Rylands is located in one of Manchester’s most iconic venues.
Soar to new heights in the exclusive city centre bar on the 23rd floor of the legendary Beetham Tower.
Garden Centre and cafe in the village of Summerseat, just 5 minutes walk from the East Lancashire Railway's Summerseat Railway station. Open 7 days a week the cafe sells home cooked meals and delicious cakes.
Pot Kettle black is a fantastic speciality coffee bar in Manchester.
Farm shop and ice cream parlour specialises in home made food, from ice cream made on the premises using milk from their own cows to lunches, snacks and cakes.
Teacup Kitchen's new pop-up shed located at the Leftbank in Spinningfields
Hale Barns, Altrincham
Situated on the A538 in Hale Barns Village.
Dine amongst statues of the great and the good including conductor Charles Hallé, anti-corn law league campaigners Richard Cobden and John Bright, and the remarkable Hallé orchestra conductor, Sir John Barbirolli.
Kitty’s Café/Tea Room is located in the centre of Uppermill High Street, Saddleworth and is right beside the picturesque River Tame.
Situated beside the canal and a roundabout on the A670 connecting Dobcross, Diggle and Uppermill. The Centre is situated beside moorings at lock 23w (Limekiln lock) and easily accessible for any canal users