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Evelyn’s


Plants, coffee, lunch and cocktails – that’s Evelyn’s for you. I feel like Evelyn’s is one of those “must-visit” hotspots in Manchester city centre, and it’s under- standable why it’s being recommended by so many other bloggers. Te atmosphere is lovely, as is the staff, and the food and drinks are to die for. Tey offer vegetar- ian, vegan and gluten-free options as well as a great menu for dinner. If you’ve vis- ited any of the other cafes for breakfast, brunch and lunch – you can end up at Evelyn’s in the evening. It’s perfect for some sneaky Instagram shots. 44 Tib St, Manchester M4 1NB


Pot Kettle Black


Located in the beautiful Barton Arcade, you can find one of my all-time favourite coffee spots: Pot Kettle Black. Tey have another branch in Spinningfields but this one is my favourite, probably because of the beautiful interior of both the cafe and the stylish Barton Arcade. Te coffee shop is perfect for breakfast, lunch and your daily caffeine fix. Since it’s so central to basically anywhere in the city centre, I find Pot Kettle Back the perfect place to meet up with a friend or a client. Tey also have some amazing vegan and gluten- free options – which is always a big win. 14 Barton Arcade, Manchester M3 2BW


ManCoCo


Hidden under the railway arches in Castlefield, you can find Manchester’s very own coffee roastery: ManCoCo. Tis hidden gem in Manchester may not be as widely known as some of the other cafes


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The North and North West Guide is perfect for those who are visiting Manchester for the day and are looking for a good place to grab break- fast, lunch or a coffee.


Pot Kettle Black


I’ve mentioned, but it’s one of the best places to go to when it comes to coffee. Just walking up the road, you can smell the freshly roasted beans coming your way – heaven! At ManCoCo, you can buy freshly roasted beans, but also try some of the speciality coffees at their artisan coffee bar. Tey specialise in roasting small batches, making sure you’ll always get freshly roasted beans. Te roasting literally hap- pens in the back of the store! It’s cosy and there are enough spaces to sit down with a laptop to do some work or read. 84 Hewitt St, Manchester, M15 4GB


Lawn Coffee


Princess Street Hotel isn’t just a great hotel, it’s also the place to find another lovely Manchester-based coffee shop: Lawn Coffee. With a tasty Brazilian, single origin roast as their house coffee – which is pro- vided to them by Manchester’s very own Ancoats Coffee Co – and a beautiful inte- rior, Lawn Coffee deserves a place on this list. Apart from coffee, Lawn Coffee has over 20 speciality teas. It’s not a perfect place to do work due to the lack of plugs, but I would definitely recommend it as a place to meet up with a friend. When going there, remember to try their after- noon tea – Lawn Coffee does an amazing job on those! 18-24 Princess St, Manchester, M1 4LG


Lawn Coffee


Nele van Hout moved to the UK in 2014 and has been living in Manchester ever since. She’s a full-time travel blogger, sharing free travel guides, itineraries,


hidden gems and expat tips. Follow her adventures on www.thenavigatio.com


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