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Abdul's

Critics' choiceBudget
Restaurants & cafés

When people leave Manchester, Abdul's often appears on the list of things that they'll miss. This is no mere nostalgia-driven regret - the food here is in a...

133-135 Oxford Road

Abode

Critics' choice
Hotels

The Abode chain has successfully made its modern mark on this Grade II-listed warehouse while retaining many original features, including the walnut and...

107 Piccadilly

Agent Provocateur

Critics' choice
Shops

One word: gorgeous. (For men, the one word is 'phwoar'.) But there's nothing sleazy about AP's beautifully constructed lingerie. The shop's interior suits...

Manchester Club, Unit GA

Albert's Shed

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Hearty fish stew, penne with Italian sausage, Lancashire cheese and onion pie - the only complicated thing about the menu at this converted quayside...

20 Castle Street

Arora International

Critics' choice
Hotels

Cliff Richard isn't a name you'd normally associate with cutting-edge design. Yet the holy rock 'n' roller is part-owner of one of the hippest hotels in the...

18-24 Princess Street

Attic

Critics' choice
Clubs

Climb the rickety spiral staircase to reach this small club under a railway arch. Attic is home to some of the city's best underground club nights - expect...

50 New Wakefield Street

Aumbry

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Aumbry is a contender for one of Manchester's best eateries - both the restaurant itself and chef Mary-Ellen McTague have won accolades. Looking like a...

2 Church Lane

Band on the Wall

Critics' choice
Music

Band on the Wall, one of Manchester's best-loved music venues, has fought a long battle to get to where it is today. Although its musical pedigree dates...

25 Swan Street

Blue Cat Café

Critics' choice
Music

The Blue Cat is a little enclave of city bohemia picked up and transplanted to the 'burbs. It proudly showcases the best new bands, both local and touring,...

17 Shaw Road

Briton's Protection

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Like moths to a flame, drinkers are drawn to the Briton's Protection by the red neon sign over the door. The roomy interior is pub perfection: brass...

50 Great Bridgewater Street

Bury Art Gallery, Museum & Archives

Critics' choice
Art, Attractions, Museums

A grand Edwardian building, the Bury Art Gallery is worth a visit to see founder Thomas Wrigley's collection of 200 or so artworks, including paintings by...

Moss Street
Free

Chaophraya

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Chaophraya might be decorated with the standard array of orchids, Buddha statuettes and bamboo that characterises Thai eateries, but the food is anything...

19 Chapel Walks

Chinese Arts Centre

Critics' choice
Art

Established in 1986, this organisation occupies a specially designed building that was opened in 2003 and now acts as a national centre for the promotion of...

Market Buildings
Free

Cornerhouse

Critics' choice
Art, Bars & pubs, Cinemas, Restaurants & cafés

For a quarter of a century, Cornerhouse has championed independent art and film in the city, with a cinema and festivals programme that is arguably the best...

70 Oxford Street

Corridor

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

Despite its obscure back-alley location and a wilful lack of external signage, Corridor is arguably Salford's finest gin-mill. Inside, low lights, leather...

Barlow's Croft
Tags: Bar, Salford
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