Backing onto Manchester’s famous old canal, Ducie Street Warehouse is prepping their brand new terrace ready for opening this Monday 12th April.
Open for drinks, lunch and dinner every day from 12pm and open for brunch in the mornings on weekends, you can stay all day and all night.
You can expect a brand new menu of sharing dishes courtesy of new Manchester-born head chef Andrew Green, perfect for you and five of your best mates.
The eclectic 24/7 space is home to the new 80 cover terrace and 80 cover restaurant. There’s even a new in-house deli and takeaway coffee concept too.
The terrace will be open come rain or shine and will also have heaters and a cover for when the heavens inevitably open.
Plus, if you fancy making a night of it – you can!
Native Manchester is the largest aparthotel in the UK and one of the only places in the city offering leisure staycations due to their large completely self-contained luxury apartments.
Speaking on the new space, Mark Clinton F&B Ops Director: “The outdoor terrace is the first part of the new beginning of DUCIE STREET WAREHOUSE and will really set the scene for our new direction.”
“The welcoming, vibe of this amazing building will start to be felt from April when we launch the terrace, and more so from May when we launch the indoor curation projects and reveal the plans and changes we’ve made to this iconic space.
“This is a place like no other in Manchester, a place to embrace and make it what you will – and we just can’t wait to finally, share it with the city.”