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Manchester’s nightlife is internationally famous, especially by its pubs and discos. Those who don’t like to go out at night can just go for a dinner. But even so, the choice will be difficult as cuisine from the entire world is well represented throughout the city.

If the idea is to go out for dinner, the choice isn’t easy, as besides the English food, there are gastronomies from all the corners of the world to try. Castlefield, Spring Gardens, George Street, Faulkner Street, Deansgate and Chinatown are the areas with more restaurants. To taste typical British food in a very British environment, Sam’s Chop House (www.samschophouse.com) is the ideal place. The Obsidian (www.obsidianmanchester.co.uk) and the Ramsons (www.ramsons-restaurant.com) are the most exclusive and award-winning restaurants. The Chinese cuisine enthusiasts won’t miss the Yang Sing (www.yang-sing.com) on Princess Street. The pubs are mandatory in the British nightlife, either for a pint or to listen to live music. Amongst the more traditional there is the Peveril Of The Peak, the Castle Hotel (www.thecastlehotel.info/), The Kings Arms, The Marble Arch or The New Oxford. The Manchester Egg (www.manchesteregg.com) is one of the new trendy places of the local nightlife. For those who appreciate the British humour, a visit to the Comedy Store (www.thecomedystore.co.uk) means a great night out between pints and laughs. To end the night on the dance floor, the choice is endless. The Bijou (www.bijouclub.co.uk) and the Entourage (www.entouragemanchester.com) are examples of great sophistication and exclusivity, while the Pure (www.puremanchester.com) is one of the most crowed during the weekends. Amongst the more recent ones, there is the Bop Local (www.boplocal.com).

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