The Northern Quarter Coffee Shop With A Focus On Mental Health & Wellbeing · Feel Good Club

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The Northern Quarter Coffee Shop With A Focus On Mental Health & Wellbeing · Feel Good Club

It’s the first of its kind in the city.

Taking the pandemic by the balls and proving that the hospitality sector is as important as ever before, a brand new wellbeing-themed coffee house and bar has popped up in the Northern Quarter, and it’s exactly what we needed right now.

The brainchild of wives Kiera and Aimie, the Feel Good Club recently took up residence in the newly refurbished Hilton House – with feel-good vibes on offer and a mission to ‘make you feel good’ following every visit. And opening amidst an ever-changing, ever-confusing pandemic hasn’t stopped the duo, either, with a successful first few months and a team-up with Ply2 under their belts, showing their true Mancunian resilience.

Serving up brunch, pizza (from NQ neighbours Ply2), coffee, wine, cakes and treats Monday through Sunday, the brand new coffee house aims to unite the community by channelling wellbeing and positive vibes in a calming environment – which will see not only space to wind down with a hot beverage, but also the opportunity to take part in special events such as yoga sessions, wellbeing talks, and even pop-up galleries for local artists to showcase their work.

If that wasn’t all, the Feel Good Club has also had their very own coffee roasted by Manchester-based Heart And Graft, providing the perfect blend of happiness in a cup for coffee lovers. In terms of providing the positive vibes, around the venue you’ll find supportive messages to remind you to keep on going, including lovely quotes in the windows such as “It doesn’t matter who you love… Just remember to love yourself too” and “You don’t have to pretend you’re okay if you’re not”.

Local suppliers and supporting others is at the heart of what the Feel Good Club does, with Mental Health First Aid trained staff members, locally sourced produce available and spirits, food and more created by Manc-based makers.

Open every day of the week from 8am-6pm Monday-Wednesday, 8am-8pm Thursdays, 9am-9pm Fridays and Saturdays and from 10am-4pm Sundays, guests will be able to visit to dine on Neapolitan pizza and fresh bakes when restrictions change, or pop by for a coffee under the current lockdown takeaway rules. For more feel-good vibes, be sure to follow them on their incredibly inspiring Instagram. Feel Good Club, 26-28 Hilton St, Manchester, M1 2EH.

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