From Our Editors
Manchester Eats will be transforming Heaton Park this summer into an outdoor, artisan festival, complete with some of the best international cuisine, distillates and top class celebrity chef demonstrations from Marco Pierre White and Matt Tebbutt. Aside from signature restaurant classics, real-ale craft beers, creative cocktails concoctions and some of the UK’s tastiest street-food, the outdoor weekender, will boast a vibrant, interactive Kid’s Village, DJ performances, free foody workshops, free-from alternatives and only the finest, freshest ingredients for foodies to sample and purchase.
My shoes were ruined. We paid for tickets to enter then were mugged by many of the stalls. Prices were horrific.
Well set out stalls easy accessible. Staff available if needed. Accessible toilets. Good pre event information.
Great range of food stalls, delicious street food and activities!
always amazing at the Liverpool food and drink festival. can't beat the atmosphere and lovely treats to taste and buy.
The food festival in the park is always better in September. Not as much choice at the April one and the field was like a bog. With the groupon discount didn’t feel I’d wasted my money but I’d of been disappointed if I’d paid full price.
Parking a distance from event
Good event, well layed out though not as many stalls as the autumn event. Easy to get in with plenty of people manning the security so not too long to wait. Very nice venue.
Easy to book tickets just show ticket on your phone no problem couldn’t be eas