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Read More Look inside new Manchester city centre pizzeria Enzo Roost, Heaton Moor Damson may be no more but owners Steve Pilling and Simon Stanley are already hatching plans for its replacement – rotisserie chicken restaurant Roost. The site is undergoing a revamp ready to open in early April, with a new casual dining offering including chicken, wood-fired pizza and craft beer. Read More The Botanist, Didsbury The Botanist in Didsbury (Photo: Manchester Evening News) Popular bar group The Botanist opened its Didsbury outpost on Monday April 3, sprucing up old Wetherspoons pub the Milson Rhodes with its familiar English country garden style. The theme runs on into the cocktail list, with botanical-based creations and an 11-strong gin list. The bar also stocks more than 80 beers from around the world, while the kitchen knocks out deli boards and nibbles such as homemade Scotch eggs and falafel, along with its signature hanging kebabs and pub grub classics. Read More The Cellar, Altrincham (Photo: Darren Pepe) Launched last night, this late night cocktail and wine bar is another welcome addition to Altrincham’s growing Market Quarter. It’s been opened by the team behind West Didsbury bar The Drawing Room, who are promising to bring the best cocktails in town to Shaws Road. Read More The Surgery, Urmston The Surgery, Urmston (Photo: Carla Speight) Opened at the end of March inside an old doctors’ surgery, this new restaurant and bar is another boost to Urmston’s flourishing food and drink scene. Diners can look forward to pizzas from the wood-fired oven, steaks, burgers and sliders.

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