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Whether it’s the welcoming attitude, contemporary architecture, cost-effectiveness or world-renowned nightlife, it’s official: Manchester has been voted a 'better' place to live than London.
Manchester has undergone something of a revival over the past two decades. Regeneration has included The Printworks and The Triangle complexes, along with Exchange Square and the Arndale Centre, all of which offer an exciting, modern city centre.
Drinking craft beers in the Northern Quarter, eating the best Peking duck this side of Beijing in Chinatown, or catching a match at Old Trafford or the City of Manchester Stadium – there are countless dating possibilities in one of the UK’s most famous cities.
With great minds such as computer science pioneer Alan Turing, leader of the Suffragette movement Emmeline Pankhurst and music mogul Tony Wilson all hailing from Manchester, there must be something in the water, so why would you look anywhere else for love?
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If you have a mutual love of music then look no further than Manchester’s heritage of The Smiths, Oasis and Joy Division as well as dance haven Warehouse Project and music venues such as The Deaf Institute and Gorilla.
Manchester is also a foodie refuge with some of the best places to eat in the UK, including Michelin starred Michael Caines, incredibly hip burgers at Almost Famous and one of the city’s original curry houses This & That, where you can pick up a meal for less than £5.
The NQ boasts some of the city’s best bars (Common, Port Street Beer House), shops (Oi Polloi, Horsebird), coffee houses (Koffee Pot and Home Sweet Home) and plenty of other places to hang out.
If you’re looking for a cultural hotspot for a date then head to one of the city’s many arty hotspots: see contemporary and experimental exhibitions at Artzu, plays and visual arts at The Lowry in Salford, or go to an independent cinema, galleries and more at the renowned Cornerhouse.
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