Ducie Street Warehouse is bringing people back together again. The popular city centre workspace and aparthotel has launched a brand-new urban terrace for all-day drinking – alongside their kitchen for meals – both of which are currently available to visit.

By all-day, we mean all day. The venue’s new heated and covered terrace will be open daily for that first sip of tea, to the last cocktail of the evening. Meanwhile, their terrace menu is great for sharing and will feature a preview selection of dishes from the restaurant’s all-day dining menu, including their signature focaccia Romania flatbreads and a variety of small and large plates.

In addition, the venue will also welcome regular weekend events and DJ sessions aimed at bringing communities together again after a difficult few months. The first of these is ’20k and a dead sheep’ – a pop-up indie book shop run by renowned Manchester-based DJs and key curators from the local creative scene. Specialising in zines, books and rare editions, this new collaboration will see be soundtracked by DJs each weekend and run until the end of May.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking to stay in a luxury apartment – then Native Manchester at Ducie Street Warehouse has got you covered as one of the only places in Manchester to offer leisure staycations throughout April and early May. Here you can enjoy apartment living freedom and the benefits of hotel service and flexibility. The aparthotel features 166 individually designed apartments offering panoramic views across the city and each apartment is unique, featuring a fully equipped kitchen, bespoke Conran furniture and super king-size beds.

To find out more about Native Manchester and to book a room, head here. To learn more about Ducie Street Warehouse’s ’20k and a dead sheep’ book shop pop-up, head here.


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Tue 4 May, Ducie Street Warehouse,
51 Ducie Street, Manchester, M1 2TP

Simran Dey
Published on:
Tue 4 May 2021