The hugely popular street food and drink fair, GRUB, has officially opened its brand new eco garden at the Redbank Project. Following a successful soft launch period earlier this month, this urban garden area is now operating six days a week from their new home behind Victoria Station. The transformed space has been specifically designed for socially distanced eating and drinking, with food available from many of the North’s best pop-up food traders. This hidden gem was crowdfunded by Manchester residents and built almost entirely from recycled materials. A scheme called ‘Craft for Craft’ saw the public donate the resources for the décor, with the reward of a small batch beer. There will be regular events for different diets, including Plant Powered Sundays and Gluten Free, Allergen Friendly days – also, look out for regular deals on booze and cocktails to enjoy in the summer sun. This is a very uncertain time for independent food venues, so GRUB is helping out the sector by sourcing as much produce as it can from other indies. Reserve your table via the link below.

Wed 22 Jul, GRUB,
50 Red Bank, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, M4 4HF
, Tel: 07767 259640, 4pm-10pm (Tue-Thu), 12pm-10pm (Fri and Sat), 12pm-6pm (Sun)
www.grubmcr.com
Words:
A. James Simpkin
Published on:
Wed 22 Jul 2020