Next month, Ducie Street Warehouse will open its new urban South-facing terrace for relaxed all-day dining and drinking from 12th April.
The new heated and covered terrace will open daily, for everything from that first sip of tea to that last cocktail.
The new 80 cover terrace and 80 cover restaurant, due to open in May in line with indoor opening restrictions, will offer an all-day kitchen headed up by Manchester-born chef Andrew Green, formerly head chef at Mamucium.
The terrace menu will serve a preview selection of dishes from the new all-day dining menu, with food that’s great to share, including signature focaccia flatbreads, small sharers and large plates.
Native Manchester at the Grade II listed former Victorian warehouse will also reopen on the same day as the outdoor terrace – 12th April – for all stays, be it leisure or business.
The UK’s largest aparthotel, it’s one of the only places in Manchester to offer leisure staycations from April, with large self-contained luxury apartments offering a home-from-home stay.
The award-winning venue boasts 166 individually designed apartments, including studios, loft apartments and eight duplex penthouses with private terraces offering panoramic views across the city.
On Monday 17th May, everything will be open and Ducie Street’s indoor experience will be revealed, an offering of food, drink, entertainment, resident DJs and a collection of takeovers including cultural pop-ups.
The first collaboration will launch in April with ‘20k and a dead sheep,’ the independent Manchester based online shop selling ‘zines, books and rare editions, run by renowned DJs within the Manchester scene.
The collaboration will see the curation of a retail pop-up space and DJ takeover every weekend, from Saturday 17th April until the end of May.
“The outdoor terrace is the first part of the new beginning of Ducie Street Warehouse and will really set the scene for our new direction,” said food and beverage director Mark Clinton.
“The welcoming vibe of this amazing building will start to be felt from April when we launch the terrace, and more so from May when we launch the indoor curation projects and reveal the plans and changes we’ve made to this iconic space.
“This is a place like no other in Manchester, a place to embrace and make it what you will – and we just can’t wait to finally, share it with the city.”
The terrace will open from Monday 12th April, from 11am-10pm Monday – Thursday; 11am-11pm Friday; 9am-11pm Saturday; and 9am – 10pm Sunday. Bookings will go live soon at duciestreet.com. To stay at Native Manchester book here.