A new 6,000sqft concept that combines three award-winning independent kitchens with two bars and dedicated exhibition space is set to take over the iconic St George’s House just off Peter Street.

Exhibition comes from the team behind Haunt, the thriving coffee shop and aperitivo bar also found on Peter Street, and promises to become a new ‘home for eclectic independent food, innovative drinks and boundary-pushing entertainment’.

Set within the stunning Grade II listed building on Museum Steet, the area is steeped in history and once played host to the Museum of Natural History.

While the food traders are yet to be revealed, the dining space will specialise in innovative seasonal menus with globetrotting inspiration. The two bars will offer local beers on tap, including the freshest pints from MCR Union Lager. There will also be an ever-changing ‘spirit of the season’ cocktail menu that celebrates different flavours throughout the year.

After dark, the 400-capacity venue will play host to nightly DJs and entertainers, showcasing the very best of Manchester’s renowned creative scene. Exhibition will also stay true to its namesake, offering up seven dedicated areas across the venue to local artists to exhibit their work every season.

While no concrete opening date has been set, Exhibition should be with us this autumn.

Thu 8 Sep, St George's House,
56 Peter St, Manchester M2 3NQ
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Thu 8 Sep 2022