Sales are not just for January. So in that spirit, plenty of restaurants across the city are cutting the prices of your bill.
Whether it’s pizza, brunches or something a bit more upscale, there are bargains in them there hills.
As if you need more excuses to go to the excellent Ramona, its bottomless brunch is available all through February.
It costs £27 and available from 1pm to 3pm, and for that it’s unlimited frozen margs, watermelon or Aperol spritz, pints of Ramona pilsner and a slice (or pita and dips if you’re in the Firehouse next door).
Following on from its rather generous 50% off its giant, New York-style pizzas through January, it’s following on with a solid 25% off through February too.
That includes dine-in, and click and collect, from its spots at The Beagle in Chorlton and its new gaff in Kampus.
Some of the very, very best jerk chicken in all of Manchester, The Drop should already be on your radar.
If not, you can grab 25% off your food bill from Monday to Thursday through February. Though sorry, lovebirds, this excludes February 14.
The Pen & Pencil
Mondays will be considerably less blue in February, thanks to Northern Quarter drinking den the Pen & Pencil.
It’s offering a robust 50% food bills every Monday, just to ease you nicely into the week.
TNQ restaurant and bar will be extending its January sale offer into February, meaning a mighty 50% is being slashed from its a la carte menu.
That’s Monday to Friday, from 12pm to 10pm, and a maximum of six guests. The offer runs until February 11.
The Black Friar
Salford’s excellent Black Friar is offering up its fantastic pies for just £10 during the day, from 12.30pm to 6pm, through to mid-February.
You get a side thrown in for that too, so couple it with some truffle parmesan fries, buttered mash or seasonal greens.
As a way of saying thanks to all those who turned up to take advantage of their 50% off Veganuary offer, Blackleaf is doing it all again.
The smart vegan spot beneath the Alvarium in the NQ is offering 50% off your food bill for the whole of February too, Monday to Saturday.
Burton Road’s most excellent pizza joint Proove has a solid lunch offering for the whole of February.
Monday to Friday, 12pm to 3pm, a pizza, a side and a drink will cost you just £9.90.
Wing fans, assemble.
Rustik has brought in ‘wing Wednesdays’. So that’s 50p per wing, starting at 2pm, and ending perhaps when you’ve turned into one.
Ducie Street Warehouse
One for the younger readers – the very smart Ducie Street Warehouse will be offering a kids eat free deal for half term, running from February 15 to 25.
So that’s stuff like Grandad’s Local Cumberland sausage with smashed sweet potato and house gravy; Mini Cheshire Beefburger; Younger Minds Buddha bowl; and DSW Famous Mac ‘n Cheese. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available.
It’s available to all under 12s, with two adults eating, and up to three kids per reservation (to be made here, quoting the kids eat free deal), with 50% off food for under 16s.