We know exactly where your first stop post-lockdown will be: The Blues Kitchen in Manchester. Opening Thursday 20 May, the restaurant will serve both mouth-wateringly good Southern barbecue, the best burgers and a range of cocktails, and will soundtrack your experience with the hottest blues and soul musicians each and every day.

Located on Quay Street, the Blues Kitchen is sure to be your new favourite restaurant. Reservations will be opening on Tuesday 13 April, with those interested encouraged to sign up to their mailing list to be the first to get access to tickets for the Concert Hall. Located on the venue’s first floor, the Concert Hall will host live music every night, opening late on Fridays and Saturdays and showcasing some of the best homegrown and international artists.

This diverse range of talent includes Roy Ayers, DJ Yoda, Black Voices Quintet and Slum Village and more artists, playing everything from jazz, hip hop, and blues to disco, house, folk and RnB. Tickets for the Concert Hall will go on sale from Friday 7 April at noon. Find out more by visiting the Blues Kitchen website.

Fri 2 Apr, The Blues Kitchen,
13 Quay Street, Manchester City Centre, M3 3HN

Jessica Cooper
Published on:
Fri 2 Apr 2021