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A Manchester restaurant is doing bottomless pancakes and booze for Pancake Day

Celebrate Pancake Day in style!

Jamie Roberts

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Shack Bar and Grill

Pancake Day is nearly upon us, arguably one of the best days of the year, if not the best.

You get to eat as many pancakes as your heart desires, and it’s the one day of the year no one can judge you for it.

If you really want to celebrate it in style, then head down to Shack Bar and Grill in the Northern Quarter on Tuesday February 25th, as they’ve got an offer on you won’t want to miss.

You can get yourself bottomless pancakes for just £10, with a bottomless booze option costing an extra £15.

A spokesperson said: “Make the most of Pancake Day this year, join us on the 25th Feb and dive into our bottomless pancakes for £10. Wash them down and add our bottomless drinks to it for £15 and get unlimited Bloody Mary’s, Bellini’s, Prosecco or Mimosas for 90 minutes.”

And their pancake selection is something else, including the O.G, aka 3 x buttermilk pancakes stacked high and layered with smoked streaky bacon & maple syrup.

There’s also the PB & C, which consists of 3 x buttermilk pancakes stacked high and layered with peanut butter, Chantilly cream, chocolate flakes & honey.

The Strawberries & Cream option is 3 x buttermilk pancakes stacked high and layered with fresh strawberries, Chantilly cream & strawberry sauce.

Then there’s the Blueberry Waffles, 3 x buttermilk pancakes stacked high and layered with blueberry compote, Greek yoghurt & honey. 

Shack is located at 69 High Street, with their incredible venue spread over two floors and split into three rooms – and they serve some of the best brunch in the city.

To book simply email info@shackbarandgrill.co.uk with the subject line ‘Pancake Day Booking’.

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There’s a new tequila and taco bar opening in south Manchester next week

Who’s round is it?

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There’s a brand new bar opening in Withington specialising in tequila and tacos – meet Southside Tequila Joint. 

It’s one of the (very) few good things to come out of lockdown, a brand new bar on Wilmslow Road. With lockdown taking away any open date pressures, the guys behind this new venture could really hone in on exactly what they wanted this bar to be.

And that they did. 

Southside Tequila Joint is in the old Solomon’s spot, and is actually the love child of Solomons’ owners Ruper Cade and Rick McClean with the addition of the man behind Crazy Pedro’s, Bunny Jackson’s and Wolf at the Door, Lyndon Higginson. 

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Throughout lockdown they’ve been putting a shift in getting this place just about perfect for a grand opening next week. 

They’ve opened up the bar adding boujee booth seating and adding an impressive terrace outback complete with mismatched furniture. 

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That’s not the end of the updates either, they’ve opened up downstairs to give way to loads more seating and even another bar. 

They’ve also fixed that age-old problem we all have. You know when it’s time to go home on a night out but you really want just one last drink on your way home? Southside is gonna be open until 2am every night. Yep, you read that right. 

There will be a huge range of tequilas on offer – word on the street is that it will be on of the best in the country.

And for when you get a bit peckish, tacos from the newly refurbished kitchen!

Southside Tequila Joint is opening on July 8th at 5pm. Call 0161 434 123 for bookings. Keep up to date on their Instagram here

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Anyone going to Wetherspoons will have to fill in a form before entering the pub

It’s part of the new government guidelines…

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As part of the Government’s Test and Trace policy, Wetherspoons will be refusing entry to customers who do not fill out a short form. 

This weekend the hospitality industry is set to reopen, which will see the much-anticipated reopening of pubs, restaurants, bars and cafes – but they are going to look a lot different than they did when they closed back in March. 

As part of its reopening plan, Wetherspoons has announced that anyone wishing to eat or drink in the restaurant will have to fill out a short form. 

A spokesperson for the pub chain said: “Wetherspoon will introduce NHS Test and Trace in all its pubs in England from reopening on Saturday July 4.

“Wetherspoon is to ask customers to fill out a short form, each time they visit, which contains their name and telephone number.”

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They continued: “Customers will be asked to record their arrival and departure times, and to leave the form in a box as they exit.

“The forms will be stored confidentially for 21 days. After that, they can be safely disposed of.” 

The new system has been put in place by the government to ensure that localised outbreaks of coronavirus can be controlled.

The guidance from the government says: “You should assist this service by keeping a temporary record of your customers and visitors for 21 days, in a way that is manageable for your business, and assist NHS Test and Trace with requests for that data if needed. This could help contain clusters or outbreaks.”

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Alongside the short form, Wetherspoons will look a little different inside, including plastic screens, disposable menus and ordering on an app. 

The menus will also be slightly shorter than usual and the usual condiment caddies will be replaced with disposable sachets of sauces. 

The pubs will also have a one way entrance and exist system where possible, multiple hand sanitising stations and a dedicated member of staff cleaning touch points throughout the day. 

Are you heading out to the pubs this weekend? 

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Wetherspoons set to close 16 pubs across the country

Sad news for spoons lovers!

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Wetherspoons has released a list of 16 pubs and bars across the country they plan on closing and putting up for sale. 

A statement from the pub chain, released on Wednesday, announced that it would be closing the doors of 16 pubs and bars from across the UK.

The closures will affect pubs in various regions up and down the country including the North West, South West, Yorkshire and the Humber, and the Midlands.

Until the pubs are sold they will be trading as normal, but once sold they will likely be rebranded with a new name, menu and prices, according to reports

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Wetherspoons hasn’t announced why they have chosen these particular 16 outlets yet, or provided information on any potential buyers.

The Queens Head in Newport is one up for sale and a Wetherspoons spokesperson, Eddie Gershon, said about the closure: “We totally understand that our loyal customers and staff will be disappointed with this decision. However, Wetherspoon, does on occasion, put some of its pubs up for sale.

“It is a commercial decision taken by the company after long consideration. The pub will continue to trade as normal until a buyer is found.

“We have told our staff that if the pub is sold and they do not transfer to the purchaser, then we would look to redeploy our employees at other Wetherspoon pubs in the region.”

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The news comes after Wetherspoons revealed a plan to reopen 875 pubs and will be swinging open their doors on July 4th, although they will look a lot different

The full list of pubs and bars for sale: 

  • Chapel an Gansblydhen, Bodmin, Cornwall
  • Brun Lea, Burnley, Lancashire
  • Vulcan, Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire
  • Time Piece, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
  • Bourtree, Hawick, Scottish Borders
  • Last Plantagenet, Leicester, East Midlands
  • Queens Hotel, Newport, Wales
  • Isaac Merritt, Paignton, Devon
  • The Cross Keys, Peebles, Scottish Borders
  • St George’s Hall, Redfield, Bristol
  • Pennsylvanian, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire
  • Rhinoceros, Rotherham, South Yorkshire
  • Butler’s Bell, Stafford, Staffordshire
  • Friar Penketh, Warrington, Cheshire
  • Dee Hotel, West Kirkby, Merseyside
  • Alexander Bain, Wick, Caithness

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