MFDF: The Spanish Tapas Trail

Manchester Food and Drink Festival are staging 2 nights of guided Spanish Restaurant Walks to celebrate the city’s magnificent Spanish food scene.

By Steven Pankhurst | September 27th '16

Manchester Food and Drink Festival are staging 2 nights of guided Spanish Restaurant Walks to celebrate the city’s magnificent Spanish food scene. The walks will take in 7 restaurants situated around the Deansgate area and will feature a dish and glass of wine at each venue.

The walks celebrate a remarkable Spanish food scene in Manchester and represent a tapas crawl that could be done nowhere else in the UK!

Each night, guests will gather at the city’s “Spanish Quarter” hub – Instituto Cervantes where they’ll start the night in style with a glass of cava and be introduced to their guides.

They will then be split into 2 groups and taken on a gastronomic exploration through Spain (via Deansgate!) with tour that takes in Evuna, El Rincon, Tapeo & Wine, Iberica, La Bandera, El Gato Negro and Lunya.

Each restaurant will treat guests to a tapas dish and a glass of carefully matched wine.

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The green badge guide give guests a flavour of the city’s history along the way, particularly in respect of Manchester’s Spanish heritage.

The ticket price includes the tour, 4 tapas dishes, a glass of cava and 5 glasses of wine – an extraordinary, one off event only to be experienced during MFDF.

CLICK HERE to get tickets