If you’re looking for a new beer garden to kickstart your post-lockdown summer, then look no further as Manchester’s favourite Irish bar, O’Sheas, is gearing up to launch an open-air drinking spot near Manchester Piccadilly Station.
The Government’s roadmap outlines Monday 12 April as the date where we can see outdoor hospitality, non-essential retail, gyms, and hairdressers reopen. O’Sheas new beer garden at Square One is looking to launch on on this date too, offering customers a summer filled with live music and screenings of sporting fixtures like the UEFA Euros, all while enjoying craft ales, cocktails, and food from a range of Manchester street food vendors.
Co-Owner of O’Sheas, Paul Mackey, said: “This is for the people and for the city, we celebrate a return for hospitality and have been given the opportunity to utilise an amazing new outdoor space to come back. The beers are cold, and the welcome is warm. We have missed you all dearly and we can’t wait to see you in the garden!” Table bookings are available now one a first-come-first-serve basis for groups of 2-6 people via the O’Sheas beer garden website. To book yours, follow the link below.
- Simran Dey
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- Thu 1 Apr 2021