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In Didsbury you will find many things to attract you ranging from hidden gem restaurants to busy bars.
What to do there: In Didsbury there are many great undiscovered restaurants and Gusto's Italian is certainly one of them. It sells the greatest pizzas in the area and the garlic bread is to die for. The pastas are always rich with flavour and the lasagne is perfectly creamy. The wines were always going to be something special and their house red was no disappointment.
Another great restaurant to visit is the Sangam. It is a wonderful Indian restaurant that is without a shadow of a doubt my favourite Indian. The onion bargees are for some reason the best bit and the chicken tikka masala is pure perfection.
In Didsbury there are many great pubs. One of them is the Didsbury Inn. It is a brilliantly ran local pub that has regular customers at all times. It has quality ales on tap and the staff are all very informative on what to drink depending on your taste preferences.
Another brilliant pub to visit is the Dog and Partridge. It has a bowling green and a heated patio for those who want to chill out outside. It has a great selection of drinks ranging from brilliant beers to wonderful wines.
If you're into your fashionable clothes head to Steranko. It has many great clothing ranges and offers something for everyone. If you want a sequined scarf or a pair of jazzy jeans, Steranko will be the place for you.
If you feel like relaxing in a lovely open space breathing in fresh air then head down to Didsbury Park. It has a lovely array of flowers and trees. It has also been inhabited by some wildlife like squirrels.
Many famous people have lived in Didsbury and some of them include the famous poet Carol Ann Duffy and the former chairman of Marks and Spencer's Lord Marcus Joseph Sieff.
In Didsbury there are a few events to attract you too and the markets should be one. They offer many exciting things like hand painted paintings and vintage toys.