Top local candidates win at The Manchester Awards 2019

The winners of The Manchester Awards 2019 have been announced following the elegant ceremony that took place on Monday June 24, at The Crowne Plaza Hotel Manchester City.

The Manchester Awards 2019 is an exclusive celebration of the people and institutions that make Manchester a great place to visit or call home; from restaurants, bars and hotels to community initiatives, festivals and cultural venues that enhance the city’s cultural landscape.

The elegant event was hosted by Tabitha Hunter-Smale. She presented 31 awards to the deserving winners, acknowledging them for their hard work and determination to making Manchester the incredible city we all appreciate.

The winners have been voted for by the people of Manchester and are a true reflection of the success, generosity and ethos; three qualities that set them apart from the others and make our lives in Manchester brighter.

The awards provided a platform to thank those who constantly deliver memorable experiences to visitors and residents alike and make the city known worldwide for its warm hospitality.

Favour Radebe, Campaign Executive of The Manchester Awards 2019, said:”The Manchester Awards 2019 have acknowledged some incredible individuals who make a positive difference to the local community.

“It was great to meet with inspiring people who are real altruists, love Manchester and go above and beyond the call of duty to improve the city’s cultural, social and economic scene.

“We would like to congratulate all finalists and winners for their amazing achievements.”

The winners of The Manchester Awards 2019 are:

Best Cultural Venue: People’s History Museum (Spinningfields)

Best Community Initiative: All FM (Cromwell Grove)

Best Dessert Parlour: Cocoa Tree (Wilbraham Road)

Charity of the Year: 42nd Street (Great Ancoats Street)

Family Friendly Restaurant of the Year: Rozafa (Princess Street)

Best Shopping Complex: Manchester Fort (Cheetham Hill Road) 

Indian Restaurant of the Year: Indique (Burton Road)

Best Fitness Venue: Absolute Body Solutions (Peter Street)

Hair Salon of the Year: The Dalton Street Salon (John Dalton Street)

Beauty Salon of the Year: Bella Spa (Fountain Street)

Best Barber of the Year: Fade Masters Barbers (Wilmslow Road)

Small Business of the Year: Fleximinder (Arndale Centre)

Best Hotel of the Year: Malmaison Manchester (Piccadilly)

Restaurant of the Year: Mi & Pho (Palatine Road)

Festival of the Year: Caribbean Carnival of Manchester (Alexandra Park)

Italian Restaurant of the Year: Piccolino Caffe Grande (Clarence Street)

Oriental Restaurant of the Year:One Plus Chinese Restaurant (Charles Street)

Global Restaurant of the Year: Fazenda (The Avenue)

New Restaurant of the Year: Tast (King Street)

Best Pub: The Pilcrow Pub (Sadlers Yard Hanover Street)

Best Bar: Port Street Beer House (Port Street)

Cafe of the Year: Federal Cafe Bar (Nicholas Croft) 

Takeaway of the Year: Armstrongs (Bury Old Road)

Best Independent Gym: The Y Club (Liverpool Road)

Best Day Out: Museum of Transport (Pointhouse Place)

Best Live Music Venue: Night People (Bloom Street)

Best Sporting Club: Ellesmere Sports Club (Walkden Road)

Employer of the Year: High Voltage Partial Discharge (Metroplex Business Park)

Business of the Year: HG Stephenson (Buxton Road)

Independent Retail Business of the Year: Lily May Boutique (Bury Road)

Wow Business of the Year: Street Cars Manchester (Sackville Street)

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