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The full list of Wetherspoons pubs reopening on April 12th

Is your local Spoons on the list?

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Wetherspoons has confirmed that it will be reopening hundreds of pubs next month.

The pub chain announced that 394 venues would open their doors on April 12th, after the government’s roadmap out of lockdown was revealed.

Stage two of this roadmap will see pubs and restaurants open for outdoor service, although customers will still have to follow the rules around mixing households.

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Spoons is only opening a limited number of its 875 UK pubs, as not all of them are equipped for outdoor drinking and eating.

This includes plenty across Greater Manchester and the North West, like the Castle in the Air at Trafford Park, the Bishop Blaize in Stretford, the Gateway in Didsbury, and Chorlton’s Sedge Lynn.

Spoons owner Tim Martin confirmed the news today, Thursday March 4th, releasing a statement.

The full list of Wetherspoons pubs reopening on April 12th:

  • Tollemache Inn, Grantham
  • Ritz, Lincoln
  • Sugar Loaf, Market Harborough
  • Samuel Lloyd, Corby
  • Kettleby Cross, Melton Mowbray
  • Saxon Crown, Corby
  • Stamford Post, Stamford
  • Captain Noel Newton, Oakham
  • Temeraire, Saffron Walden
  • Standing Order, Stevenage
  • Six Templars, Hertford
  • Battesford Court, Witham
  • William Aylmer, Harlow
  • Harpsfield Hall, Hatfield
  • Port Jackson, Bishops Stortford
  • Angel Vaults, Hitchin
  • Manor House, Royston
  • Bottle Kiln, Harwich
  • Wouldhave, Southshields
  • Sir William De Wessyngton, Washington
  • Ward Jackson, Hartlepool
  • Bishop’s Mill, Durham (Lloyds)
  • Wicket Gate, Chester Le Street (Lloyds)
  • Harry Clasper, Whickham
  • Last Post, Beeston
  • Red Lion, Ripley
  • Waggon and Horses, Alfreton
  • Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren, Nottingham
  • William Peverel, Bulwell
  • Woodthorpe Top, Nottingham
  • Free Man, Nottingham
  • Six Chimneys, Wakefield
  • Richard Oastler, Brighouse
  • Obediah Brooke, Cleckheaton
  • Union Rooms, Batley
  • Horse Shoe, Wombwell
  • Turls Green, Bradford
  • Joseph Bramah, Barnsley (Lloyds)
  • Picture House, Morley
  • Crossed Shuttle, Pudsey
  • Commercial Inn, Sowerby Bridge
  • Winter Gardens, Harrogate
  • Devonshire Inn, Skipton
  • Postern Gate, York
  • Livery Rooms, Keighley
  • Bowling Green, Otley
  • Plimsoll Line, Redcar
  • Ralph Fitz Randal, Richmond
  • Stanley Jefferson, Bishop Auckland
  • Grand Electric Hall, Spennymoor
  • Angel Hotel, Whitby
  • Swatter’s Carr, Middlesbrough
  • Half Moon Inn, Billingham
  • Ironstone Miner, Guisborough
  • Three Hulats, Chaple Allerton
  • Glass Blower, Castleford
  • Winter Seam, Castleford
  • Cuthbert Brodrick, Leeds
  • Blue Bell, Pontefract
  • Old Unicorn, Bramley
  • Briggate, Leeds
  • Benjamin Huntsman, Sheffield
  • Church House, Wath Upon Dearne
  • Blue Coat, Rotherham
  • Sheffield Waterworks Company, Sheffield (Lloyds)
  • Rawson Spring, Hillsborough
  • Sheaf Island, Sheffield
  • Francis Newton, Sheffield
  • Queens Hotel, Maltby
  • Wagon and Horses, Sheffield
  • Steel Foundry, Sheffield
  • Standing Order, Derby
  • Portland Hotel, Chesterfield
  • Red Lion, Doncaster
  • Dominie Cross, Retford
  • Pillar of Rock, Bolsover
  • Company Row, Consett
  • Rohan Kanhai, Ashington
  • Fire Station, Whitley Bay
  • Quayside, Newcastle
  • Mile Castle, Newcastle Upon Tyne (Lloyds)
  • Five Swans, Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • Red Lion, Bedlington
  • Ritz, Wallsend
  • Bell Hotel, Norwich
  • Troll Cart, Great Yarmouth
  • Cricketers, Ipswich
  • Glass House, Norwich
  • Whiffler, Norwich
  • Queen of Iceni, Norwich (Lloyds)
  • Grover & Allen, Sudbury
  • Willow Tree, Stowmarket
  • Romany Rye, East Dereham
  • Joseph Conrad, Lowestoft
  • Kings Head Hotel, Beccles
  • Limes, Fakenham
  • William Adams, Gorleston
  • Yarborough Hotel, Grimsby
  • Sweyn Forkbeard, Gainsborough
  • Blue Bell Inn, Scunthorpe
  • Prior John, Bridlington
  • Three John Scotts, Kingston Upon Hull
  • Admiral Of the Humbar, Kingston Upon Hull
  • City and County, Goole
  • Joseph Morton, Louth
  • White Horse, Brigg
  • Cross Keys, Beverley
  • Giant Bellflower, Selby
  • Coliseum Picture Theatre, Cleethorpes
  • High Cross, Leicester
  • Moon and Bell, Loughborough
  • White House, Leicester
  • Gooseberry Bush, Nottingham
  • College Arms, Peterborough (Lloyds)
  • Regal, Cambridge (Lloyds)
  • Golden Lion, Newmarket
  • Globe Hotel, Kings Lynn
  • Draper’s Arms, Peterborough
  • Sandford House, Huntingdon
  • George Hotel, Whittlesey
  • Hippodrome, March
  • Whalebone, Downham Market
  • Regal Moon, Rochdale
  • Ash Tree, Ashton-Under Lyne
  • Calverts Court, Stockport
  • Society Rooms, Macclesfield
  • Society Rooms, Stalybridge
  • Wilfred Wood, Stockport
  • White Hart, Todmorden
  • Kingfisher, Poynton
  • Sir Henry Segrave, Southport
  • Willow Grove, Southport
  • Leyland Lion, Leyland
  • Court Leet, Ormskirk
  • Commercial Hotel, Accrington
  • Old Chapel, Darwen
  • Twelve Tellers, Preston (Lloyds)
  • Lifeboat, Formby
  • Woodrow Wilson, Carlisle
  • Furness Railway, Barrow
  • Trawl Boat Inn, Lytham St. Annes
  • Miles Thompson, Kendal
  • William Rufus, Carlisle (Lloyds)
  • Layton Rakes, Blackpool (Lloyds)
  • Jolly Tars, Cleveleys
  • Railway Hotel, Lytham
  • Dog Beck, Penrith
  • Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, Keswick
  • Poulton Elk, Poulton le Fylde
  • Velvet Coaster, Blackpool
  • Picture House, Stafford
  • Lord Burton, Burton On Trent
  • Plaza, Rugeley
  • Wye Bridge House, Buxton
  • Bradley Green, Biddulph
  • Arnold Machin, Newcastle under Lyme
  • Hippodrome, Market Drayton
  • Wheatsheaf, Cheadle
  • Buttler’s Bell, Stafford
  • Shoulder of Mutton, Ashby De La Zouch
  • Green Dragon, Leek
  • Eccles Cross, Eccles
  • Sedge Lynn, Chorlton
  • Tim Bobbin, Urmston
  • Bishop Blaize, Stretford
  • Robert Shaw, Westhoughton
  • Wallace Hartley, Colne
  • Boot Inn, Burnley
  • Bull’s Head, Walkden
  • Sir Thomas Gerard, Ashton
  • Premier, Widnes
  • Brocket Arms, Wigan
  • Ferry Boat, Runcorn
  • Looking Glass, Warrington
  • Nine Arches, Newton le Willows
  • Raven, Liverpool
  • Navigator, Liverpool
  • Childwall Fiveways Hotel, Liverpool
  • Barkers Brewery, Huyton
  • Captain Alexander, Liverpool
  • Frank Hornby, Maghull
  • Penny Black, Northwich
  • Counting House, Congleton
  • Brass Balance, Birkenhead
  • Dee Hotel, West Kirkby
  • Wheatsheaf, Ellesmere Port
  • Queens Arms, Winsford
  • Master Mariner, New Brighton (Lloyds)
  • Bull and Stirrup Hotel, Chester
  • Castle in the Air, Manchester
  • Gateway, East Didsbury
  • Moon and Stars, Romford
  • Elms, Leigh on Sea
  • Blue Boar, Billericay
  • Parsons Barn, Shoeburyness
  • Cornfield Garage, Eastbourne
  • Oxted Inn, West Oxted
  • Lynd Cross, Horsham
  • Jack Fairman, Horley
  • George Hotel, Hailsham
  • Crowborough Cross, Crowborough
  • Standing Order, Southampton
  • Giddy Bridge, Southampton
  • Lord Arthur Lee, Fareham
  • Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis, Southampton
  • Wagon Works, Eastleigh
  • Crown Inn, Fareham
  • Six Bells, Lymington
  • Red Lion, Southampton
  • Railway Bell, New Barnet
  • Moon and Sixpence, Hatch End
  • Admiral Byng, Potters Bar
  • Ice Wharf, Camden (Lloyds)
  • Mossy Well, Muswell Hill
  • MUW, Watford
  • Catherine Wheel, Henley on Thames
  • King and Castle, Windsor (Lloyds)
  • Bear, Maidenhead
  • Red Lion and Pineapple, Acton
  • Moon on the Hill, Sutton
  • George, Staines
  • William Morris, Hammersmith
  • Botwell Inn, Hayes
  • Rocket, Putney
  • Tollgate, Haringey
  • MUW, Enfield
  • Spouters Corner, Wood Green
  • Moon and Cross, Waltham Cross
  • Waterend Barn, St Albans
  • Star, Hoddesdon
  • Leading Light, Faversham
  • County Hotel, Ashford
  • Golden Lion, Rochester
  • Saxon Shore, Herne Bay
  • Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate
  • Peter Cushing, Whitstable
  • Sir Norman Wisdom, Deal
  • Thomas Waghorn, Chatham
  • Belle and Lion, Sheerness
  • Golden Hope, Sittingbourne
  • Old Manor, Bracknell
  • Back of Beyond, Reading
  • John Russell Fox, Andover
  • Angel, Basingstoke (Lloyds)
  • Dockle Farmhouse, Swindon (Lloyds)
  • Sir Daniel Arms, Swindon (Lloyds)
  • Ivy House, Alton
  • Bridgehouse, Chippenham
  • Hatchet Inn, Newbury
  • Bell, Amesbury
  • J J Moons, Wembley
  • J J Moons, Ruislip Manor
  • Village Inn, Pinner
  • Greenwood Hotel, Northolt
  • Crown, Berkhamsted
  • Penny Black, Bicester
  • Golden Bee, Stratford upon Avon
  • Swan and Castle, Oxford
  • White Hart, Aylesbury (Lloyds)
  • Moon and Stars, Penge
  • Harvest Moon, Orpington
  • Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood
  • Surrey Docks, Rotherhithe
  • Richmal Crompton, Bromley
  • New Cross, Welling
  • Brockley Barge, Brockley
  • Furze Wren, Bexleyheath
  • Flying Boat, Dartford
  • Greyhound, Bromley
  • New Fairlop Oak, Barkingside
  • George, Wanstead
  • Great Spoon of Ilford, Ilford
  • Goldengrove, Stratford
  • Eva Hart, Chadwell Heath
  • Half Moon, Mile End
  • Hudson Bay, Forest Gate
  • Ledger Building, Docklands
  • Fox on the Hill, Denmark Hill
  • Asparagus, Battersea
  • Capitol, Forest Hill
  • MUW, Norbury
  • Assembly Rooms, Epsom
  • Sir Julian Huxley, Selsdon
  • Watchman, New Malden
  • Prince Arthur, Fleet
  • Queens Hotel, Aldershot
  • Humphrey Bean, Tonbridge
  • Society Rooms, Maidstone
  • West Quay, Brighton
  • Picture Playhouse, Bexhill on Sea
  • Hatters Inn, Bognor Regis
  • Parchment Makers, Havant
  • Star, Gosport
  • Sir Alec Rose, Port Solent
  • Man in the Moon, Newport IOW
  • Red Lion, Petersfield
  • Denmead Queen, Waterlooville
  • Lord Palmerston, Southsea (Lloyds)
  • Union Rooms, Plymouth (Lloyds)
  • Panniers, Barnstaple
  • Britannia Inn, Plymouth
  • Duke of Wellington, Minehead
  • Admiral Colingwood, Ilfracombe
  • Talk of the Town, Paignton
  • Stannary Court, Plympton
  • White Hart Hotel, Okehampton
  • Jolie Brise, Teignmouth
  • White House, Luton
  • Red Well, Wellingborough
  • Earl of Dalkeith, Kettering
  • Pilgrim’s Progress, Bedford
  • MUW, Milton Keynes
  • Saracen’s Head, Daventry
  • Gary Cooper, Dunstable
  • Swan Hotel, Leighton Buzzard
  • Cordwainer, Northampton
  • Railway Inn, Rushden
  • Crown Hotel, Biggleswade
  • Captain Ridleys Shooting Party, Bletchley
  • Rann Wartha, St.Austell
  • Green Parrot, Perranporth
  • King Doniert, Liskeard
  • Coinage Hall, Helston
  • Bottle Of Sack, Sutton Coldfield
  • Bellwether, Wednesbury
  • Bole Bridge, Tamworth
  • Mare Pool, Mere Green
  • St Matthews Hall, Walsall
  • Bloxwich Showman, Bloxwich
  • Avion, Aldridge
  • Hedgford Lodge, Hednesford
  • Perkin Warbeck, Taunton
  • Imperial, Exeter
  • Powder Monkey, Exmouth
  • George’s Meeting House, Exeter
  • Lantokay, Street
  • Cerdic, Chard
  • Carnival Inn, Bridgwater
  • White Ball Inn, Tiverton
  • Reeds Arms, Burnham on Sea
  • Sawyer’s Arms, Exeter
  • Chevalier Inn, Exeter (Lloyds)
  • Cabot Court Hotel, Weston Super Mare
  • Quarter Jack, Wells
  • Star Inn, Honiton
  • Figure of Eight, Birmingham
  • Bishop Vesey, Sutton Coldfield
  • White Swan, Solihull
  • Dragon Inn, Birmingham
  • Regal, Gloucester (Lloyds)
  • MUW, Cheltenham (Lloyds)
  • Waterfront Inn, Brierley Hill
  • Britannia, Rowley Regis
  • Crown, Worcester
  • Abraham Darby, Dudley
  • Royal Hop Pole, Tewkesbury
  • Foley Arms Hotel, Great Malvern
  • Chequers Inn, Stourbridge
  • Lord High Constable of England, Gloucester
  • Flying Standard, Coventry
  • Golden Cross Hotel, Bromsgrove
  • Old Swanne Inne, Evesham
  • City Arms, Coventry
  • Thomas Lloyd, Warwick
  • Black Horse, Birmingham
  • Spon Gate, Coventry (Lloyds)
  • Royal Enfield, Redditch (Lloyds)
  • Pump House, Shirley
  • Moon in the Square, Bournemouth
  • Lord Wimbourne, Poole
  • Royal Oak, Dorchester
  • Kings Head Inn, Salisbury
  • Quay, Poole
  • Blackwater Stream, Broadstone
  • Kingswood Collier, Bristol
  • Staple Hill Oak, Bristol
  • St George’s Hall, Redfield
  • V Shed, Bristol (Lloyds)
  • Knight’s Templar, Bristol
  • Glassmaker, Nailsea
  • Thorn’s Farm, Yate
  • Jolly Sailor, Hanham
  • Bear, Melksham
  • Palladium Electric, Midsomer Norton
  • Bath Arms, Warminster
  • Posset Cup, Portishead

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You can now get a bottomless Sunday roast for you and your dog in Manchester

This could be the most wholesome Sunday activity ever…

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Sundays are all about roast dinners, dog walks and copious amounts of booze, and there’s now the perfect combination of all three right here in Manchester.

The city’s resident South American inspired restaurant Peru Perdu has unveiled its brand new bottomless Sunday roast offer that comes complete a miniature ‘doggy roast’ for your four-legged companion. 

Peru Perdu serves its own take on a roast, with a choice between Churrasco Picanha – thirty-six-hour slow cooked beef – and Pollo tigre de lêche – tiger milk-soaked roasted chicken. 

Both these roasts come with all the good stuff, including Yorkshire puddings, seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, and lashings of truffle gravy. 

Peru Perdu

And those dining with their dogs can order a FREE doggy roast, with the same choice of beef and chicken roasts. 

All doggy roasts are served in suitable dishes with a complimentary side of veggies and bone gravy. 

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Peru Perdu also offer their human guests the choice to upgrade to a bottomless roast for an extra £25, giving them unlimited Bloody Marys throughout the duration of their visit. 

There are two Bloody Marys on the menu; the Verdita Bloody Mary made with Pisco, verdita, tomato juice, spices and lemon, and the Red Snapper, made with Maté-infused Canaima gin, tomato juice, spices and lemon.

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And that isn’t all on the Peru Perdu lineup; on the last Saturday of every month, the venue hosts an explosive bottomless drag brunch.

For £45 per person, guests are welcomed by the restaurant’s queens and poured bottomless Chandon Garden Spritz for ninety minutes. There, they can enjoy two courses cooked in front of them at the open kitchen.

The Sunday roasts at Peru Perdu are served weekly from 12pm til late –  get booked in now.

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Greater Manchester chippies are giving away FREE fish and chips this August

Fancy a free chippy tea?

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Hundreds of chippy teas across Greater Manchester will be reimbursed throughout August as part of a scheme to help small businesses with the cost of living crisis. 

Sarson’s Vinegar has officially launched its #SarsonsFryday campaign, which will see hundreds of dinners be reimbursed for the remaining summer weeks. 

The scheme was launched to extend a helping hands to struggling chippies across both Greater Manchester and the rest of the country amid the ongoing cost of living crisis

To claim their free dinner, all customers will need to do is take a photo of their order and share it onto Twitter or Instagram with the tag @SarsonsUK and hashtag #SarsonsFryday.

To be valid, all entries must ensure they are following the Sarson’s official social media channels to be considered, and must have proof of purchase via a receipt for their meal.

Eastenders actor and chippy tea enthusiast Adam Woodyatt teamed up with the company to make the scheme a reality. He said: “#SarsonsFryday is a fantastic way to reward the loyal customers who keep our fish and chip shops open for business.

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“It’s fair to say I know a thing or two about running a fish bar, and I encourage everyone to head to their nearest chippy and get their order in pronto, you never know it might be free!”

Bryan Carroll, Deputy Chief Operating Officer of Sarson’s, added: “The rising cost of living means we’re naturally all looking for ways to cut down our expenses, and sadly, one of the first thing that consumers cut back on is meals out and takeaways, leaving many of our favourite chippies at risk.

“As we enjoy the warmer weather, we wanted to help the nation support their local so we’re making everyone’s favourite day of the week even better with #SarsonsFryday.

“Whether it’s a staycation with friends, seaside visit with the whole family or a quiet Friday night in, we want to make sure Brits can get their fish and chip fix – so this summer, it’s on us!”

To find out more about how to apply for the Fryday scheme, visit the Sarson’s website. 

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You can now get an Aperol Spritz burger in Manchester

The burger features a delicious Aperol hot honey butter marinade

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To mark the arrival of summer appropriately, a restaurant here in Manchester has launched what could be the world’s first Aperol Spritz burger.

The Italian apéritif is a huge hit among Mancunians during the summer months, and is most commonly enjoyed as a spritz with gallons of prosecco.

But now, the orange-flavoured liqueur has been used in a whole new way to make what could be the biggest burger of the summer.

Fat Hippo, situated within the Great Northern Warehouse, has today launched its Aperol Spritz chicken burger ready for the summer months.

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The one-of-a-kind burger features crispy buttermilk chicken in an Aperol hot honey butter, gem lettuce, parmesan crunch, cheesy garlic bacon crumb, and a creamy Caesar dressing, all encased within a seeded brioche bun.

The burger, priced at £13.50, also comes with a portion of seasoned fries.

But diners wanting to enjoy a truly Italian meal can upgrade their burger with Caesar Fries -loaded with Caesar dressing and a cheesy garlic bacon crumb – for an extra £1.50.

And, of course, Aperol Spritz cocktails can be ordered for the perfect pairing.

Managing Director and founder of Fat Hippo, Mike Phillips, said of the collaboration: “We’re big fans of an Aperol Spritz so when it came to thinking of a new special to celebrate the summer, this was a no-brainer.

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“Inspired by classic Italian dishes our chefs have been busy experimenting with the bittersweet flavours of Aperol and the end result promises to take this iconic summer drink to the next level.”

The Aperol Spritz burger is available to eat in or to order via Deliveroo today (August 3rd) until August 29th.

Fat Hippo can be found within Lane 7 in the Great Northern Warehouse between 3pm-10pm Mondays-Thursdays, and 11am-10pm Fridays-Sundays.

Get booked in here.

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