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  • Bailey's Tea Shop
    49 Bridge Street, Bury, M3
    (01706) 821335

    A quaint old tea shop, situated in the old and equally quaint part of Bury. Serving up old style food and drink with abandonment, this is the place to be if you want to relive your childhood. If you like Sasparilla, Dandelion & Burdoch and Liquorice, with a splash of tea, and generous portions of toasted teacakes, then a visit will be worth your while.
  • Battery Park
    615a Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, M21
    (0161) 860 0754

    A famous pick-me-up cafe serving a wide and delicious range of fresh juices, as well as snacks and home-made cakes & pastries. Decor inside is homely, with couches and furniture, with outside seating for the summer months.
  • Bamboo Cafe
    583 Marlow Moore Road, Chorlton, M21

    Combining a variety of eastern and western food, with a well priced menu, this cafe exists with minimal decor and maximum capacity. Overall enjoyable, it won't be everyones cup of camomile, but worth a visit for it's deserts.
  • Café Pop
    34/36 Oldham Street, M1
    (0161) 237 9688

    A stylish, and typical Northern Quarter, cafe serving a variety of hot & cold drinks and snacks. Whilst the offerings are fantastic, this place is visited most often for its decor; a veritable explosion of britpop memoribilia has taken place, and the entire cafe is covered with items that would bring tears to any true Mancunian
  • Callooh! Callay!
    28/32 Greenwood Street, Altrincham
  • Clarion Café
    Bridge Street, M3
  • Coffee Republic
    St Marys Gate, M3 (Paperchase store)

    Located on the top floor of the excellent new flagship Paperchase store, Coffee Republic is dedicated to serious lovers of the sacred black bean. Serving a wide range of delicious patisseries, the minimalistic interior offers excellent views of the developing new city centre.
  • Cornerhouse Café
    70 Oxford Street, M1
  • Fletcher Moss Park Cafe
    Wilsmlow Road, Didsbury, M20

    A typically wholesome old style cafe, which prides itself in its home made cakes, and a sturdy pot of tea. Outstanding views across the park whilst you eat, and of the Botanical gardens.
  • FT5K (Feed the Five Thousand)
    Five outlets around Manchester:-
    44 Cross Street, M2 7AR,
    Tel: 0161 833 1655
    Fax: 0161 833 1655

    110 Market Way, M4 2EA
    Tel: 0161 834 7761
    Fax: 0161 834 7761

    126 The Orient, M17 8EH
    Tel: 0161 747 1011
    Fax: 0161 747 1011

    122a Market Street, M1 1WA
    Tel: 0161 236 8066
    Fax: 0161 236 8066
  • Gallery Bistro
    Whitworth Art Gallery, Oxford Road, M13
    (0161) 273 1249
  • Ginnel Gallery
    18/22 Lloyd Street, M2
  • Häagen Dazs
    4 Royal Exchange Arcade, M2
    (0161) 839 7077

    A modern stylish eating venue, which prides itself in its ice cream and equally fattening deserts. Quite pricy, but essentially a gorgous treat, with an excellent location in one of Manchester's most attractive shopping areas.
  • Java Bar
    Smithfield Buildings, Oldham Street, M1
    (0161) 236 3656

    A perfectly formed, kinda-expensive, but undoubtedly stylish independant coffee house. With only a few Manchester based stores, Java brushes off the corporate image, and builds on its homely feel. Fantastic coffee's, loaded baguettes and delicious pastries ensure that you don't waste away.
  • Java
    8a Oxford Road, Manchester
    Another Java location in Manchester, with the same styling, food and quality cofee as the rest.
  • John Dalton Café:
    John Dalton Street, M2
  • Kafka's
    Waterstone's, 91 Deansgate, M3
    (0161) 837 3000

    A snug little coffee place, situated in the main Waterstones. Grab a book, or preferable buy one, and settle down with a drink and a snack. Large measures and frothy coffees make sure that you can last as long as your books
  • Les Delices de Champagne
    The Triangle, 37 Hanging Ditch, M4
    (0161) 819 1260

    An expensive, but award winning, place to sample delightful pasteries and ice-creams. Run by French chef Pascal Caffet, there are plenty of cakes and leather chairs to eat them on. They also serve up a special breakfast and lunch menu, so consider a second mortgage
  • Mangetout
    50 Pall Mall, off King Street, M2
    (0161) 832 4600
  • Misty's Vegetarian Cafe
    Longsight Shopping Centre, 531 Stockport Road, M12
    (0161) 256 3355
  • Prenez
    63 Peter Street, M2
    York House, York Street, M2
    Brazennose Square, M2
  • Pret A Manger
    27 Cross Street, M2
  • Roma Delicatessen
    268 Bury New Road, Whitefield
  • Seattle Coffee Company
    Deansgate/King Street, M2
  • Yellow Brick Café
    47 Old Birley Street, Hulme, M15
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