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Find out more. Everyone is welcome, in short. A couple of times a month, they hold afternoon tea in the evening — Mad Hatters Tea Parties — with the tea, cake and fizz coupled with cabaret performers taking on roles from the Cheshire Cat to the Queen of Hearts. In this iteration, afternoon tea can drift well into the small hours.
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Sitting pretty on the 23rd floor of the Hilton on Deansgate, in the one-time skyline-dominating Beetham Tower, Cloud 23 most certainly has the honour of being the most vertiginous afternoon tea in town. The menu choices may lack some of the bold invention seen elsewhere in the city — cupcakes and chocolate scones come alongside smoked salmon and pinwheel savouries — but the panoramic views across all of south Manchester, as more high-rise blocks are thrown up before your very eyes, are hard to beat, particularly with the tables pushed right up to the glass. Attached to the Indigo Hotel, Mamucium takes its local slant on afternoon tea very seriously.
The coffee is roasted nearby by Salford Roasters. The luxurious salmon is smoked by the Manchester Smoke House, and egg-mayonnaise finger sandwiches are made with eggs from Goosnargh.
But best of all, perhaps, is the deep purple of the surprisingly refined Vimto macaron, made from the local cordial first formulated on Granby Row, just the other side of town. Churchill and Lloyd George would address crowds from the balcony. Afternoon tea at The Midland has been a stalwart of the Manchester social scene and has retained its popularity ever since the hotel opened in The Midland Hotel has the richest history of all the hotels in Manchester.
First opening its doors on 5th September , the hotel was owned and run by The Midland Railway Company and even incorporated its own theatre. Today, this Grade II listed building is a luxurious escape in the heart of the city with a contemporary twist providing the perfect setting for our Traditional Afternoon Tea.