Manchester food and drink news this week features 50% off food at Rosylee, a new temporary home for Umezushi, bank holiday markets in Chorlton and Spinningfields and a new brewery opening.

Get 50% off in the sun at Rosylee today only!
To celebrate being open again following a mini revamp, plus the launch of their new menu, Rosylee are offering customers 50% off food until the end of Thu 25 May. Valid to the whole a la carte menu, pre-booking is essential for the discount via the number below.
Fri 26 May, Rosylee, 11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DB, Tel: 0161 228 6629,

Umezushi pops up at Yang Sing
With it’s close proximity to the Manchester Arena on Mirabel Street, Umezushi are one of the businesses greatly effected by the terrible events of Monday night’s attack. But, like the rest of the city they are determined to get on with things and have taken up residency at Yang Sing offering a sushi pop up for walk in customers on the 2nd floor.
Yang Sing, 34 Princess Street, Manchester M1 4JY

HOME for the summer: Arts centre extends food menu
The cinema, theatre and arts venue has extended their food offering for the summer months. The downstairs bar spills out onto the deckchaired courtyard during sunny weather, and it’s on the ground level that the new Buddha bowls are being served. With a base salad inspired from a particular cuisine, you can load them high with halloumi, salmon or chicken. Check them out.
HOME, 2 Tony Wilson Place, Manchester, M15 4FN, Tel: 0161 212 3500,

Bank holiday market in Chorlton this Sat
The Chorlton Green Spring Holiday Market returns this weekend, for the late May bank holiday festivities. With local makers selling their crafts and goods, there will be plenty of food and drink delicacies to enjoy on the day. Head down to relax on the green, and fill your bags with goodies for home.
Sat 27 May, FREE, 11am-5pm, Chorlton Green Market, Chorlton Green, Manchester, M21 9HS,

Can’t organise a…
They can, they can organise a piss up in a brewery. Locals Beer Nouveau are opening the doors to their brewtap bar and joining forces with food waste heroes The Real Junk Food Project. The in-house selection of beers will be available straight from the source and the BBQ will be fired up to serve homemade kebabs, burgers and other grill headliners, plus sides and salads. There are veggie and vegan options and as ever, food is on a pay-as-you-feel basis.
Sat 27 May, FREE, 12-10.30pm, Beer Nouveau, 75 North Western Street, Manchester, M12 6DY,

Out of town: The Ram’s Head in Disley throws a Summer party
Ain’t no party like a Disaronno Sour Summer Party. The Ram’s Head in Disley is getting into the Summer bank holiday spirit this weekend with a party alongside the amaretto liquor Disaronno. There will be a Disaronno Terrace serving specially created cocktails, as well as a handful of other outside bars and a beer tent. There will be live music all day and DJs on hand to take you into the evening, plus plenty of food options.
Sat 27 May, FREE (but you can reserve an outdoor table for £5 by ringing 01663 767909), The Ram’s Head, Buxton Road, Disley, SK12 2AE,

Marketfest is back at Artisan for Bank Holiday Sunday
The festival returns to Artisan for this bank holiday Sunday. The venue is joining up with Etsy to welcome makers into the fair, there will be cupcake decorating with Zara Cakes, pizza making and Sunday roasts on offer, as well as plenty of drinks deals and live music all day. Booking tickets is advisable, via the link below.
Sun 28 May, 12-5pm, Artisan, Ave North, 22-28 Bridge Street, 1st Floor, Manchester, M3 3BZ,

HASBEAN Bolivian Coffee tasting at Takk
Northern Quarter Scandi café Takk is hosting a talk and tasting event with coffee roasters HASBEAN. They’ll be talking guests through the Bolivian coffees along with lots of stories from the bean’s origins. HASBEAN will be offering lots of samples, plus you’ll get a bag to take away and brew up at home.
Thu 1 June, 7-10pm, tickets are £6, Takk, 6 Tariff Street, Manchester, M1 2FF,

Opening party: New brewery Beatnikz in Green Quarter opens doors
Beatnikz Republic Brewing Co is one of the latest breweries to arrive in Manchester, choosing the Green Quarter to set themselves up. They’re having an opening party at the brewery courtyard and they want you to join them. An intimate event, they’ve have a food stall on hand, and will showcase their range of new beers, such as Beach Bum, a West Coast Pale Ale with sweet orange peel and lime zest, and Farmhouse Hitchhiker, a New Zealand Farmhouse Ale with Sauvignon Blanc oak. DJs will be playing all day – head down to welcome them to Manchester.
Sat 3 Jun, 12-10pm, Beatnikz Republic Brewing Co., Unit 15 Red Bank Court, Manchester, M4 4HF,

Fri 26 May - Sat 3 Jun
John Stansfield
Published on:
Fri 26 May 2017