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Mackie Mayor (Image: Manchester Evening News)Get the biggest What’s On stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersIt’s a grey, icy cold January afternoon. The buzz of the Northern Quarter’s bars and pubs is behind me, replaced by the buzz of a hundred car engines crawling down Great Ancoats Street.Down on Swan Street, the short stretch between Oldham Road and Rochdale Road (two concrete arteries that feed into the city centre), things seem quiet there are a few office workers plugging away at laptops inside the Swan Square building, but otherwise shutters are mostly down.But here, on the very fringes of Manchester’s city centre, the food and drink scene is beginning to really stir.It’s not just Mackie Mayor, the monolith at the western end of the street, brought back to life by the same team behind Altrincham Market, that’s drawing crowds here (although as we’ll see, it certainly helps).Nor do people come here and head straight to their gig at Band On The Wall, as might have previously been the case.CityLife Awards 2019 all the shortlists and how to voteJoining the street in recent months and years are ShinDigger, Ciaooo Pizzeria and Pull Up, plus several old faithfuls sensitively picked up and tweaked by new blood, such as the Smithfield Market Tavern (under the control of Blackjack Brewery since 2015) and The Burton Arms, now under new management. Then there’s the old faithful, faultlessly eclectic Bar Fringe serving Belgian beers.(Image: Manchester Evening News)Standing proudly on the corner of Swan Street and Oak Street is Band on the Wall, the live music venue that’s been a part of Manchester’s cultural blueprint for the best part of a century.Although it’s an old timer in the area it’s never standing still, with plans in place to sensitively restore and expand into the derelict Cocozza building behind.It’s such an institution that it comfortably earns a Best Live Venue nomination year on year at the CityLife Awards (this year is no exception).(Image: Manchester Evening News)Its immediate neighbour is The Burton Arms, an often overlooked pub, long and thin, showing live Sky Sports and serving ale aplenty.