Hi to all my lovely followers and fellow foodies,
It is Friday and I hope you all have some exciting, fun and interesting plans for the weekend!
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xoxo Melanie 🙂 xx
Thank you and congratulations once again to all my lovely loyal followers and readers, as without you guys this could not have been a success. My article reviewing the perfect Propercorn, that received so much fantastic support from all of you, got published on their Facebook page. They said it was “Such a great review”.
Thank you to Propercorn, all my fellow followers and foodies 🙂
Thank you and congratulations once again to all my lovely loyal followers and readers for all your much appreciated support, as without you guys this could not have been a success. The Article Reviewing the Slug&Lettuce in Spinningfields Manchester has been liked by the lovely Lucre PR who represent the Slug&Lettuce brand.
Thank you to Philly, Lucre, Slug&Lettuce, all my fellow followers and foodies 🙂
Dive NQ Visit: October 2016
Slap bang in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, where an eccentric, eclectic mix of styles and tastes merge, you can take the plunge and Dive into an all American style bar. Décor consisted of cool electrifying statement steel lights, simple tea light candles and subdued lighting set the scene. The booth style seating ideal for groups of friends to catch up and have fun or in our case a casual cosy hang out for two. There are enough plasma TVs to catch up on all that sporting action from any angle…uk football or perhaps lets trial out some American football. Or if clubbing is your scene get on your dancing shoes and dive in after hours when the place becomes a hot nightspot!
Cosy Club Manchester Visit: October 2016
Sundays are synonymous with having a cosy snug duvet day, but I have found a home away from home where Sunday can be just as cosy – The Cosy Club Manchester. Part of the iconic corn exchange, the building dates back to 1903 and was home to city traders. Today, the venue is bustling with locals and tourists looking for a place to get cosy and enjoy some delicious delights.