FLOK

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FLOKFor the Love of Kids (parenting conference)
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Recent editors, and MED, favour the second interpretation.(3) East, in putting forward the third possibility, maintains that neither the first nor the second interpretation fits the context: `the nightingale is actually talking about the weather, and particularly about snowy weather'.(4) The main problem with his suggestion is that only once does the word flok appear as a rendering of flake in MED, moreover with the specialized meaning of `e spot or blemish on the cornea', s.a.
Last year's winners were Flok (best bar); The Marble Arch (best pub); The Allotment (best restaurant); Rudy's (best casual dining); Shirley Baker at Manchester Art Gallery (best exhibition); The Band (best theatre show); Frog & Bucket (best comedy club); O2 Apollo (best live venue); The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club (best club night); and Slow Readers Club (breakthrough act).
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For top-notch examples of all these wines by the glass head to Flok in the Northern Quarter.
? 10 Tariff Street, Northern Quarter, M1 2FF / northernmonkbrewco.com/ Open now Fika Previously the preserve of burger bars and late-night drinking dens, the Northern Quarter has welcomed some more grown-up food and drink options lately with the opening of spots like Flok and The Patron.
To taste 'en rama' bottled sherries you could always head into Manchester city centre to such sherry specialists as Flok, Salut Wines, Lunya, El Gato Negro or Hanging Ditch.
Common, Flok, Electrik, El Capo, Crazy Pedro's, Fress and Mr Cooper's are among the names taking part in the tequila throwdown on May 5 - and festival-goers can try all their creations with bottomless booze included in the ticket price.
Then came the likes of Bakerie and Slice and Ply, Rosylee, Hula, Dusk Til Pawn and Foundation swelled the ranks and more recently, West Corner and Flok have added to a square which is exciting, varied and mature.
Best Bar -Flo k Grown-up sherry bar Flok received a huge chunk of the votes in this category, proving that fortified wine has a place in the Northern Quarter, and in our hearts.
BEST BAR WINNER: Flok SHORTLISTED: Albert's Schloss, Cafe Beermoth, Salut, Henry C LAST YEAR'S WINNER: Cafe Beermoth BEST PUB WINNER: The Marble Arch SHORTLISTED: The Smithfield, Crown & Kettle, The Pilcrow, Port Street Beer House LAST YEAR'S WINNER: The Mounting Stone BEST RESTAURANT WINNER: The Allotment SHORTLISTED: Hispi, Where The Light Gets In, Adam Reid at The French, Hawksmoor LAST YEAR'S WINNER: El Gato Negro BEST CASUAL DINING WINNER: Rudy's Neapolitan Pizza SHORTLISTED: Bundobust, Porta, Tender Cow, Chapati Cafe LAST YEAR'S WINNER: Rudy's Neapolitan Pizza BEST ART EXHIBITION WINNER: Shirley Baker at Manchester Art Gallery SHORTLISTED: True Faith at Manchester Art Gallery (MIF), What Is The City But The People?
BEST BAR | Albert's Schloss, Manchester | Flok, Manchester | Cafe Beermoth, Manchester | Salut, Manchester | Henry C's, Chorlton BEST CITY CENTRE PUB | The Smithfield | Marble Arch | Crown & Kettle | The Pilcrow |