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Panacea Manchester

14 John Dalton Street
Greater Manchester
M2 6JR
Tel: 0161 833 0000
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Made in the heart of the city, Panacea is an urban playground and hub of Manchester nightlife. Born in 2005, it has become one of the city's most famous hangouts. A place of proud individuality and ineffable charm, always evolving, never standing still. This is Panacea.

Champagne Cocktails Beer Wine Live Music

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