Manchester Central, one of our city’s foremost heritage buildings, plans to open a bold new food and workspace concept this July serving all-day cuisine, coffee, refined cocktails and a variety of locally sourced small plates.

Accessible via the iconic podium steps leading up to Manchester Central’s main entrance, Junction will house a bar, restaurant, cafe and social work area, catering to visiting delegates, professionals and remote workers daily.

Per a set of newly released CGI concept images, the eagerly anticipated new venue blends the building’s storied architecture with industrial flourishes and a tastefully muted interior palette of soft coral, sage green and stone, promising a tranquil atmosphere which transforms into an intimate, inviting evening cocktail environment as the sun sets on the city.

Shaun Hinds, CEO at Manchester Central, said, “We are extremely excited to open Junction in the Spring. This is set to be an incredible space that will be open to everyone, all day, every day.

“It will be a place to game-plan the day with great coffee in the morning, catch up on emails at lunch, make connections with new contacts, and meet friends over cocktails and small plates in the evening.”

“We don’t think there is anything like this on this side of the city, and we know it will be a huge boost to this area.”

Keep up to date with official opening information via the Junction website.

Wolf McFarlane
Published on:
Fri 28 Jun 2024