Keeping on track of all of these new openings Manchester sees on a we New to Stockport, Ate Days A Week is an inventive sandwich shop – with each menu item taking inspiration from musical favourites. 2020 Amid the flurry of new restaurants in Manchester, old favourites sometimes don’t get as much press as they should; 63 Degrees is one of the most under-appreciated. They’ve absolutely mastered the art of the jackfruit burger, with ‘wingz’, burgers and more available. If you’re looking for somewhere new to fuel up this month, check out our guide to the hottest new restaurants and foodie spots in Manchester this October. Think stacked bagels packed with juicy meats, salt beef, pastrami burgers and more. Based in … The new spot offers takeaway via Deliveroo and Uber Eats within the area, and takeaway for those who want to stop by. Please whitelist confidentials.com to continue to our site and enjoy an Ad-Light experience. The Instagram-tastic 202 Kitchen is nestling in next to Manchester Hall, Gordo falls in love with a dawg at this revamped and renamed hotel restaurant, Pies, pizzas and pop ups prevail as the new crew keep on coming, © Utilising their outdoor space next door to Crazy Pedros and NQ64, the bar has now introduced a gorgeous new outdoor terrace, with steaks taking the spotlight on their brand new menu. Dive Bar & Grill has re-opened with a huge new re-vamp, and it’s looking as tasty as ever. - New restaurants in Manchester opened in June 2020 ~ • The Gherkin ~ Levenshulme ~ New vegetarian and vegan cafe and bistro in Levenshulme ~ 27 Jun 2020 • Pho Cue Vietnamese Kitchen As a bustling urban centre, the city sees its fair share of new restaurants in Manchester. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Whatsapp; Your guide to the freshest places to eat in Greater Manchester. We’re absolutely loving some of the puns, too, including the Pie of the Tiger pies, I Ham The Walrus focaccia, and You Can’t Curry Love sub roll. Just Natas, 49 High St, M4 3AH. Looks like you might have an AdBlocker on. 1. 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Another month, another flock of new openings across our wonderful city – and this month, there’s a running theme of tasty bakes that we’re pleasantly surprised to welcome to town (because let’s face it, the only thing that’s been consistently there for us this year is sugar!). These Are The Hottest New Restaurants To Try In Manchester This October. Biff’s has been stealing the hearts of vegans for quite some time down in London, but now, Mancs can get a piece of the action, too, with takeaway available to order via Deliveroo from their new Oxford Road kitchen. Long Boi’s Bakehouse, 40 Forest Range, M19 2HP. Biff’s, Oxford Road M13 9GP – Deliveroo only. Dive Bar & Grill, Tib St, M4 1SH. 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The space offers a selection of fitness classes – as well as tasty grub that won’t have you leaving feeling guilty, including wraps, smoothie bowls, build-your-own salads and even CBD key lime pie! From hearty comfort food to simple, classic faves – here are the best new restaurants to try out in Manchester this month. Ate Days A Week, 8 Vernon Street, Stockport, SK1 1TY. Expect tons of sweet treats and savoury items when they do open. Sign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city, Contact Tell us a secret: firstname.lastname@example.org, Roxy Ball Room has taken over the iconic Birdcage bar with a brand new games venue, Join Top London Chef Robin Gill And Guinness For A Brilliant Virtual Cookalong, This Thrilling Virtual Murder Trial Puts A Man’s Fate In Your Hands, This Online Drag Cocktail Experience Is Here To Brighten Up Your Winter Nights. The brainchild of ex-Pollen and Siop Shop bakers, Long Boi’s Bakehouse is set to open in Levenshulme this month (inspired by a cute little Dachshund of course), with gorgeous cakes, tarts, quiche, croissants, cookies (and so much more) just some of the baker’s specialities.