While popular Northern Quarter Haunt The Patron might be gone, it's being replaced with the equally exciting looking Wilson's Social. But don't worry, its changes are only for the better. It's still kept its stylish and Millennial-worthy feel: think the same stripped-back wood, cool courtyard seating, low hanging lights and an overflow of wall-clad succulents.
However, its biggest change comes in the form of the soon-to-open all-singing-and-dancing basement club. While we don't yet know what type of music Wilson's Social will be playing, if it's anything to do with the venue's namesake, Tony Wilson - the Manchester icon and man behind some of the city's biggest bands - count us in.
The menu has also undergone a revamp to encompass a larger variety of cuisines, with small plates, dishes and sharing platters taking inspiration from cultures from all over the world. The brunch menu includes highlights such as shakshuka, pancakes and French toast, whilst Sunday roasts are also available every week.