The weather dropping to what feels like zero doesn’t stop the dining and drinking in Manchester from announcing more places to keep you fed, watered, and hopefully warm. Our round up includes new restaurant, Mamucium, which opens near Victoria Station this week.

New restaurant Mamucium announces menu
Opening this week near Victoria Station, Mamucium has announced the menu for their launch. Chef Andrew Green’s new place brings northern inspired creative cuisine to the NOMA quarter and will be hoping to impress in order to fill the 120 cover venue. Read our full preview here.
From Thu 29 Nov, Mamucium, Todd Street, Manchester M3 1NZ,

Manchester House to re-open this December with Aiden Byrne (again)
After a short closure, fine dining restaurant Manchester House is to reopen with a familiar face at the helm. After leaving the Spinningfields restaurant less than a year ago, Aiden Byrne is to relaunch Manchester House in December, and it seems to begin with the restaurant will open in a fairly similar state as when it closed, with Byrne suggesting changes will come in the future. Read our full preview here.
Opening mid-Dec, Manchester House, 18-22 Bridge Street, Tower 12, Manchester M3 3BZ.

New bar Cocktail, Beer, Ramen + Bun on Oldham Street
Oldham Street has a new spot selling well, let’s see if you can guess. Cocktail, Beer, Ramen + Bun will be open until 2am serving Korean inspired food alongside booze in the 40 cover restaurant. Selling korean tapas including bao buns as well as specially designed cocktails, it joins upper Oldham Street’s growing collection of dining and drinking establishments.
Cocktail, Beer, Ramen + Bun, 101-103 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW.

Banyan Tree introduce the bottomless roast
If Sunday is your day for boozing, then Banyan know what you’ll be wanting after your bottomless brunch, and that is a bottomless roast. If your perfect end to a week is lashings of gravy, some yorkshires, and plenty of alcohol, it’s Spinningfields for you. With a choice of Aperol Spritz, Prosecco, Lager, or (obviously) Bloody Marys, just shy of £32 will get you ready for a long sleep ahead of heading back to work. Of course, there’s still an option for bottomless brunch if you can’t wait until the afternoon at the newly opened spot.
Sundays, Banyan, Vantage Point, Ground Floor, Hardman Street, M3 3PL Manchester.

Supper Club: Umbra Foods pops up at Dale Street’s Idle Hands
Idle Hands are hosting a new supper club from Umbra Foods, a chef who has previously been at When The Light Gets In, and is now at Ancoat’s restaurant Canto. Inspired by the chef, Mike Thomas’, time at Rochelle Canteen in London the menu offers both vegetarian and meat options promising warming sustenance for the dying light of Autumn. With delights such as roasted squash and parmesan custard and duck faggot with pickled prunes, the meal costs £30 but be quick – it’s on tonight (27th November)!
Tue 27 Nov, Umbra Foods at Idle Hands, 5 Dale Street, Manchester M1 2HF.

Over 450 whiskeys to sample as Whiskey Festival returns
Whatever your tipple, there seems to be a festival celebrating it in Manchester. Off the top of our heads there is beer, gin, prosecco, wine, and of course there’s a whiskey one too. Unsurprisingly, Whiskey Jar on Tariff Street is the location at which over 450 whiskeys will be available to sample – most are included with the ticket price and premium ones will be available at an extra charge. Running once a month until the last one in February, tickets are £5, or £8 if you manage to convince a whiskey loving friend to come along with you.
Sun 16 Dec, The Whiskey Jar, 14 Tariff Street, Manchester M1 2FF

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Tue 27 Nov - Sun 16 Dec
Joe Daly
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Tue 27 Nov 2018