Latest: Greater Manchester food and drink news (15-21 September)
Our weekly round up of stories you might have missed from around town
Read about one of the most bizarre plans ever dreamt up for Manchester
What's behind the crumbling façades of some of Manchester's abandoned buildings?
Claire Woodier asks whether trial shifts are a fair recruitment process, or a bit of...
Extinction Rebellion recently closed the street to traffic for four days - Andrea Sandor finds...
Over 50 graffitists, Parklife-curated DJs, food markets and more
Now it's got a state-of-the-art beer dispensing system, a champagne table and new weekly events
How smart technology is drawing in home-buyers and investors at Uptown
Book now for the Berlin Wine Tasting with Wines of Germany at Elnecot
Jonathan Schofield is in love with Chorlton’s city centre sushi sibling
Kelly Bishop wades through birch sap and buckwheat to find excellent cookery behind foraged mist
Claire Woodier investigates why this particular branch is so hard to get into
Claire Woodier struggles to get a decent snap at the Beastro boys’ new bountiful boozer
Kelly Bishop wants to know if Wagyu really is the dogs
Jonathan Schofield has a meal with an 18ft woman and approves the food
Kelly Bishop and her man-go in search of Caribbean vibes in Chorlton
Jonathan Schofield has the best pork chop of his life
Jonathan Schofield on Richard Davis' Hulme photos book, nostagia and reality
With over 50 festivals, it’s our biggest instalment yet…
Abandoned stations, vast housing blocks and the birth of a city centre monster - a...
Clare Courtney tells us about their new community cookbook
An in-ciders guide on where to find the 100% fresh pressed good stuff - from...
We head off on a kebab pilgrimage to Rusholme with DJ Luke 'Kebab Man' Unabomber
The Confidentials team release the region's first dedicated restaurant guide
While most of us sleep, this lot are bartering, buying, selling and telling lies to...
Week 24 in which Sleuth decides to build a bunker and stockpile food
Week 23: in which Sleuth borrows a Brompton to meet the girls
Week 22: flawed memorials, nuclear options and coffee shop remainers
Week 19: fun and games and swinging seats
As its small group tours launch in Manchester, Rabbie’s takes Vicky Smith beyond the guidebooks...
Neil Sowerby on life beyond claret in a city utterly transformed
Neil Sowerby is delighted to toast Denmark’s lively second city
Surely the Dordogne, bastion of regional tradition, built on foundations of foie gras, confit and...