So, another busy week at Numagoo. Before we hand you over to the weekend, we look at what you could get up to in Manchester. This week we focus on the less known Christmas stalls and a reason to find your sombrero.
Castlefield Victorian Christmas Market. Friday 15th November to Wednesday 18th December – You are spoilt for choice of Christmas Markets in Manchester. The Castlefield Artisan Market stands out of the crowd by doing things a little differently. They bring the first indoor Victorian Christmas Market to the city centre. The market is located in the Upper Campfield Market. Visitors can expect finest food, craft and vintage, as well as cocktails, christmas wines, magic and even a Victorian funfair. It will be difficult to resist stepping back in time and soaking up the novelty and nostalgia that makes Christmas so magical. Find out more information on their website: www.castlefieldmarket.org.uk
Dazzle at Manchester Art Gallery. 25th November to 12th January 2014 – This years Dazzle exhibition previews at Manchester Art Gallery this weekend. The beautiful event showcases 60 contemporary jewellery designers from 15 different countries and selling over 3,000 unique handmade pieces. It is the place to go for both internationally recognised names and discovering new talent. This is the first year the gallery will host Dazzle. It is the perfect place to find truly unique Christmas gifts : www.dazzle-exhibitions.co.uk
Changos Burrito Bar – Burrito fever has definitely hit Britain this past year. Everyone has been meeting for a quick burrito lunch and hosting tequila induced Mexican dinner parties. Therefore, you can’t move for Mexican restaurants popping up all over the city making it difficult to spot the good ones. However, the new burrito bar in town has got taste buds going and queues out the door. Part of Changos Burrito Bar’s charm is its décor, funky colourful patterns, lucha libre murals and a quirky playlist. What tops off this delightful restaurant is you can enjoy a burrito for as little as £3.99. I think thats called a win win situation : ww.changos.co.uk