This weekend, Great Northern Warehouse celebrates the longer days and glorious overindulgence of the Easter Bank Holiday with a wide array of unbeatable offers, irresistible dining experiences and family-friendly fun.

Ahead of Sunday’s scavenger hunts and chocolate breakfasts, head to the Alex’s Bakery website to order a selection of irresistible delights from their limited Easter range, including celebration cake, Creme Egg scotch eggs, cheesecake-filled half eggs, hot cross bun cookies and more. Simply place your order and pick it up instore.

Dormouse Chocolates’ Dark Chocolate Hazelnut & Orange Egg

As you’d expect, the award-winning Dormouse Chocolates takes the sweetest day of the year very seriously – head to the website or pop into the store to pick up the independent chocolate-maker’s funky twist on the timeless Easter treat, an organic egg tablet which comes in banoffee milk or dark chocolate, hazelnut and orange, available for £10 each. Alternatively, grab their breakfast-inspired ‘eggs on toast’ bar for £6.

For those who prefer savoury to sweet – even at Easter – Great Northern’s renowned restaurants serve a selection of sumptuous Sunday specials. Beloved authentic Polish spot Platzki runs an exclusive menu from 10am to 7pm, featuring ‘Pasztet’ – a delicious combination of duck and smoked Polish bacon pate served on freshly baked toasted brioche – fried potato dumplings served with crispy Polish bacon and onions, and traditional Easter dish ‘Jarzynowa’, a fresh vegetable salad served with egg, mayo and gherkins. Book your table here.

Sunday Roast at James Martin Manchester

For an unforgettably sophisticated bank holiday meal, book a table at James Martin Manchester and enjoy a bottomless Easter Sunday lunch, with 90 minutes of free-flowing prosecco alongside corn-fed chicken or grass-fed Yorkshire roast beef with all the trimmings for just £40pp. Book your table here.

Little Northerners

This Good Friday, Little Northerners invites families with younger kids for a free, fun-filled and wildly egg-citing Easter Stay and Play session, running from 1-3pm. Tots and infants can enjoy a “We’re Going on an Egg Hunt” storytime starring Peter Rabbit himself, as well as a dedicated baby area for the littlest egg-splorers. Just head down during the afternoon and drop into the playspace inside.
Throughout the weekend, grown-ups and kids of all ages can also venture along a colourful egg trail at the Mews, next door to Great Northern Warehouse.

Fancy a family-friendly big screen experience? Book your tickets online for Kung Fu Panda 4 at ODEON Cinemas and catch the latest delightful adventure with Po and his gang of martial arts masters with plenty of snacks, drinks and, of course, chocolates available at the counter.

See what’s on at Great Northern Warehouse via the website.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Great Northern Warehouse,
235 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4EN
Wolf McFarlane
Published on:
Thu 28 Mar 2024