Our Guide to Manchester
Fast, nutritious, totally tasty and enjoyable - followers of the "way of he noodle" will already have found this restaurant. From its freshly squeezed delicious fruit juices to the delicately fried dumplings to nourishing noodle soups or "ramens" a trip to Wagamama is a treat and a total eating experience.
Manchester's original 'noodle bar', Tampopo is still preferred by many despite the rise of competitors. The Japanese-influenced interior with communal bench seating and bright airy ambience is surprisingly warm and invitinge
Manchester's cafe, centered around rock music, with many famous artifacts from rock artists in cluding guitars from famous bands. The cafe serves great drinks and good food, very nice atmosphere and generally a nice high class place to stay for a meal
Manchester Evening News Arena is the biggest place for venue's in Manchester, with venue's on almost every night, its definitely a place to visit during your stay with My-Places.
Manchester Museum on Oxford Road is a fascinating place to visit. Full of history, it is definitely a one of the museum's you must visit.
The Manchester Aquatics Centre is the fantastic venue purpose built for the Commonwealth Games. Located in the centre of Manchester, and close to the universities, the Manchester Aquatics Centre is home to two 50 meter swimming pools, offering a varied programme of activities (use the link on the right to get details of women only activities) and a brand new fitness studio.
Flava Fashions is the go-to spot in Manchester for urban clothing, hip-hop clothing, accessories and footwear. Located right in the centre of town (Oldham Street), it stocks an extensive range of mens's items including tops, jeans, suits, coats, fashions jewellery and gloves from the most popular hip-hop named brands in the hip-hop fashion community
Market street is the main shopping area in Manchester, with every possible shop you could want, it will keep you busy, and your wallet empty. Literally on the doorstep of our Chatsworth House apartments, one of the most conveniently places locations.
Manchester Arndale has an impressive line-up of more than 200 shops with some ground-breaking new stores opening since the completion of the centre's L170 million development programme. You'll find a massive selection of exciting shops from the leading High Street names to a variety of smaller, stylish boutiques.
The Trafford Centre. One of the biggest Mall's in Europe. Easily accessible by Bus, Metro or Car. Situated five miles outside of the city centre between junctions 9 and 10 of the M60 the 1.4 sq million ft Centre has 280 stores positioned along three miles of granite and marble boulevards, including Selfridges, John Lewis, Debenhams and Marks and Spencer.
Preperation has already begun for 2007, when we will be celebrating our 10 year anniversary. Building upon the success of the past 9 years 2007ís Festival aims to be even bigger and better, with even more inner city presence and a more varied celebration of Manchesters Food and Drink Scene.