Popular West Didsbury cafe and coffee shop, Another Heart To Feed, has revealed details of their brand new Northern Quarter venue. Located on Hilton Street next to the recently pedestrianised Stevenson Square, this Australian-inspired bistro will open up in the space formerly occupied by Patisserie Liberté which recently closed its doors. Specialising in creative breakfast and brunch dishes and serving up locally sourced coffees, cakes and a selection of loose leaf teas, this much-loved eatery had roots in Melbourne before setting up shop on West Didsbury’s bustling Burton Road back in 2018. Dedicated to supporting local traders, Another Heart To Feed prides itself on stocking a wide variety of produce that’s created right on Manchester’s doorstep. With bread from Levenshulme’s Trove Bakery, tea from Chorlton’s Bohea Tea, Piccadilly’s Steep Soda Co soft drinks in the fridge and eggs laid by the cheery free-range hens at Cheshire’s Poplar Farms, it’s a must-visit spot for fans of local sustainability. Visitors can expect more of the same at their new city centre spot, which is due to open its doors to the public on Tuesday 21 July 2020.

Thu 16 Jul, Another Heart To Feed,
10 Hilton Street, Manchester, M1 1JF

Simon Bland
Published on:
Fri 17 Jul 2020