Whether you're doing it for health reasons, raising money for charity or pushing yourself to your driest limits, we're here to help. Check out our best picks of non-alcoholic drinks in Manchester to make things all that easier.
Top 10 Things To Do This Autumn
While summer's long nights might be over, that doesn't mean Manchester events aren't still packing a punch. From curling up by a log fire with a hearty roast through to socially-distant events, discounted dinners to brunches with your bubble, autumn in Manchester is all sorts of fun. Take a look out our bucket list and get ready to warm up before winter starts.
Got brunch hun? With early closures across the country, there's never been a better time for those afternoon antics. Tuck into flowing fizz, plates piled high and pancakes aplenty all around Manchester.
Now that the nights are drawing in and it's officially autumn, it's time for the Sunday roast to return from its seasonal sabbatical. From quaint pubs through to cool bars, these are our pick of the best weekend feasts across Manchester.
So you've tried the sensation that is Flight Club, but have you tried this party bar's take on brunch? With endless slices of crispy pizza, a bottle of prosecco per person and a bash on the oche, this weekend activity will get rid of any summer blues.
Putting putt putt back on the map, Junkyard Golf Club are swinging into action with a socially distanced experience complete with cashless payments, table service and single-use cups for your cocktails.
Whoever said that cherry blossom season was over clearly hadn't heard of Tattu. Never one to stick to the old school, the Spinningfields favourite is shaking up gorgeous cocktails that you won't want to miss.
Dishy Rishi's hospitality initiative isn't going anywhere so why not make the most out of all the Manchester restaurants that are still offering Eat Out To Help Out discounts? Plus, with 10pm curfews in place, the industry really does need your help to weather the storm.