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Manchester: Hard Rock Cafe with Set Menu for Lunch or Dinner

1. Manchester: Hard Rock Cafe with Set Menu for Lunch or Dinner

Experience a delicious and unforgettable meal at Manchester’s temple of rock, the Hard Rock Cafe. Take your pick of set price menus with special prices available for group visits. Choose from gold, diamond or platinum options and make this a rocking dinner you won’t soon forget! Gold Menu (2-course): Choice of main course - • Original Legendary burger (black Angus steak) • Moving Mountains burger (vegan) • Grilled chicken sandwich • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Grilled chicken caesar salad • Tupelo chicken tenders Dessert - • Brownie Choice of beverage - • One soft drink, coffee, or tea Diamond Menu (3-course):  Starter - • Fresh salad Choice of main course - • Original Legendary burger (black Angus steak) • Moving Mountains burger (vegan) • Smoked BBQ combo • Grilled salmon • Twisted mac, chicken, and cheese pasta • Steak salad • BBQ chicken Dessert - • Chocolate cake Choice of one beverage -  • One soft drink, coffee, or tea

Manchester: Guided Cheese Crawl with Tastings

2. Manchester: Guided Cheese Crawl with Tastings

Delight a cheese lover or awaken your inner turophile with this walking tour in Manchester. Visit an array of different venues to sample a handpicked selection of the city's most appetizing cheeses. Meet your guide next to the Richard Cobden Statue that stands in the charming St Ann's Square in the shopping district. Venture to a range of local haunts that offer delicious cheese samples. Go beyond savoring some mouth-watering and unique flavors, as you find out fun facts about cheese, take part in games, meet cheesemongers, and, of course, try delicious cheese accompanied by some fizz. End your tour at the Tib Street Multi Storey Car Park, which is just a few blocks from where it began.

Manchester: Food and Drinks Walking Tour

3. Manchester: Food and Drinks Walking Tour

Starting in the uber trendy area of Islington Marina, the tour takes in Ancoats and the Northern Quarter of Manchester. Learn about the fascinating history of this great city from the Industrial revolution to the music and bands that makes the world dance. Stopping at 6 locally run food stops where each dish tells a story about Manchester and the communites that make it tick. Guests will visit some of our favourite hidden gems and discover the real Manchester. Every tour is led by proud Mancunians who are full of fun stories and anecdotes about life in the city.

Lake District: 3-Day Small Group Tour from Manchester

4. Lake District: 3-Day Small Group Tour from Manchester

Day 1: Leaving Manchester, we drive north into Lake District National Park and head to one of the most popular towns in the Lake District, Ambleside, hugged by some of England’s finest scenery. Here you’ll have time to explore and grab a bite to eat. We then drive to Kirkstone Pass for some photos. This is the Lake District’s highest pass that is open to motor traffic, and you’ll just love the views. Next up we journey along the shores of Ullswater. This lake is often described as England’s most beautiful lake, and it’s here we give you the chance to take a forest walk and see the mighty Aira Force waterfall. The final stop of the day is another incredible view as we take you to Friar’s Crag, an amazing promontory that overlooks the lake of Derwentwater. You have a short journey into the lively market town of Keswick where you’re dropped off at your accommodation and free to explore the charming town. Day 2: Your first stop of the day really is one of wonder. The mysterious Castlerigg standing stones were thought to have been built over 5,000 years ago and were once a lively hub of ancient pagan rituals. After exploring the past, you take the narrow country lanes towards Grasmere, which Wordsworth described as ‘the loveliest spot that man hath found’. There’s free time to visit Wordsworth’s Dove Cottage, taste the legendary gingerbread, or enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Wordsworth Daffodil Garden by the River Rothy. Time for lunch in Bowness-on-Windermere, a town sitting snuggly alongside Lake Windermere. This area is filled with adorable villages and surrounded by beautiful scenery. Enjoy a boat cruise on the lake, a truly wonderful way to take in the sights. That afternoon you continue to explore this wonderful region, including a stop at Langdale Boulders where you might spot some prehistoric rock art. After a stop in the cosy village of Hawkshead, you return to Keswick in the early evening. Day 3: There’s still plenty of adventure to be had today. We pick you up from your accommodation and head for Moss Force Waterfall. The views will take your breath away. You journey along winding lanes, past the shores of Crummock Water and Buttermere, and towards the Honister Mountain Pass.Stopping amongst the mountains you have the opportunity to see old slate workings, where a small number of Cumbrians continue to make their living. Next up is something that will stop you in your tracks. The enormous Bowder Stone fell 200 metres from the Bowder Crag more than 10,000 years ago. The stone is an estimated 2,000 tonnes, around 9 metres high and 15 metres in diameter. Imagine the sound it would have made upon impact. You head back into Keswick for a nice bite to eat before heading to the lovely shores of Ullswater for a walk. Your last big stop of the day is in the market town of Kendal. Here you have time to explore and enjoy the cobbled streets and heritage to be found. From here you return to Manchester.

Manchester: Private Food Tour with Local Guide

5. Manchester: Private Food Tour with Local Guide

Set off on a private tour to discover Manchester’s breweries, pubs, food trucks, and markets with a handpicked local host. Sample a selection of craft beers, cocktails, street eats, and pub meals as you go. Be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Meet your guide at your centrally-located hotel or preferred location to start your foodie experience. Try classic British pub food, like fish and chips or a roast dinner. Continue to a brew pub to explore the hipster side of life. Taste beers straight from the tap room, along with some snacks from the food trucks outside. Wander to the Northern Quarter for cocktails in a quirky bar, and to sample food from Texas to Thailand and everywhere between.

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We booked this for christmas day since everywhere in manchester is closed for christmas this was a good option and good that we have booked in advance because it was fully booked. Food was very good and waiters very friendly

We had a great time with James and were able to take a look behind the scenes of this exciting city.

Staff were very friendly and food was grill as well as the corona free beers!

Reay interesting and a funny tour guide and really good food.

Very lovely, staff are professional and the food is great