Manchester’s bar, cafe, restaurant and aparthotel, Ducie Street Warehouse, has revealed plans to launch a brand new terrace for relaxed all-day dining and drinking. Due to reopen their doors when lockdown restrictions start to lift on Monday 12 April, the venue’s new South-facing terrace will make its debut that very same day, providing the perfect space for some long-overdue afterwork drinks.
April’s hospitality reawakening date will also see the return of the venue’s in-house Native aparthotels which will once again start welcoming guests into their self-contained, city-centre luxury apartments catering to travellers visiting for work or leisure. Just a stone’s throw from the Northern Quarter, Ducie Street Warehouse is also home to a new 80-cover restaurant, spearheaded by local Manchester chef Andrew Green, alongside the venue’s takeaway coffee shop Counter which serves up hot-drinks and snacks.
What’s more, the building plans to launch a new series of collaborations with local culture makers and creators, starting with 20K and Dead Sheep which will see the eponymous independent online zine store setting up shop to sell their books and rare, collectors editions with DJ takeovers happening each weekend from Saturday 17 April until the end of May. For more information, visit the Ducie Street Warehouse website.
- Simon Bland
- Published on:
- Tue 16 Mar 2021