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With summer now starting to creep through after what feels like a very long winter, it’s time to defrost those flip flops, dust off the sunglasses and start dreaming of long summer days in Manchester’s best beer gardens. So, to ensure you catch every ray, we have put together a list of Manchester’s best summer hot spots.

1.       Dukes 92

This bar-come-restaurant is the perfect location for tanning and relaxing this summer. With one of the largest outside areas the city has to offer, Dukes sits in the picturesque heritage site of Castlefield. Enjoy a drink by the canal, or sample the Strawberry Daiquiri’s served from the slush machines during summer. This venue also boasts a very extensive and very delicious barbeque serving till late during the weekends.

Top tip: Get down early, as this place gets busy from about 11am during the peak summer months!

2.       Screenfields

Summer 2016 welcomes back the return of Spinningfields’ outdoor cinema, Screenfields. Screenfields is positioned in the heart of Spinningfields within the gardens of The Lawn Club. Relax in the Spinningfields sun chairs, whilst enjoying an array of movies on the large screen, with classics such as It’s A Wonderful Life and Pretty Woman. This alfresco cinema is the perfect way to enjoy those long hot summer evenings whilst sipping from the large selection of cocktails on offer at The Lawn Club. During Wimbledon

Screenfields also show all the matches, along with serving strawberries and cream for all those sporting fans!

Top tip: Members of The Lawn Club benefit from free cinema tickets. To join The Lawn Club, simply register on its website and there you have it, free viewing! 

1.       Spinfest

Another Spinningfields-based event, Spinfest is the annual summer festival from Manchester favourite, The Oast House. The stage and outdoor bars are a permanent fixture at The Oast House during the summer months and welcome a host of live musical talent. The festival itself is free to attend and last year welcomed some very up and coming Manchester talent such as the Little Comets. The friendly vibe and jugs of Pimms makes this a city summer hot spot!

Top tip: The indoor bar gets very warm and very busy so ensure you bring cash to make use of the outdoor bar and avoid a lengthy wait.



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