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June Now Then Magazine – tapas

The joy of tapas is that it’s a sociable way to share and enjoy food, and you can indulge in a variety of small plates all in one sitting. You can mix hot or cold with a choice of mixed olives, nuts, manchego cheese, serrano ham, breads, sardines, tortilla, calamares (squid), albondigas (meatballs) and patatas bravas (potatoes in spicy tomato sauce).

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Review: The Beer Engine

The Beer Engine is a little off the beaten track sandwiched between Waitrose, a petrol station and London Road. It’s somewhere you have to know about as you may not necessarily pass by on your normal commute. Some of you may have known it when it was Delaney’s music bar, now it has a new owner, has gone back to its old name and has been refurbished to emerge as a craft beer destination which offers a regularly changing tapas menu*.

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Review – Bar San Juan, Manchester

I don’t know much about Manchester’s food scene so when we were there recently I hadn’t planned any places to visit. When it came to lunchtime, I checked on my ‘phone to find out where the nearest eating places were and saw that Beech Road in Chorlton had a good choice of cafes, bars and pubs.

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