Hatch announces new traders for 2022 – and newly-expanded dining spaces

Diners can look forward to a 'piccolo pizza menu' from I Knead Pizza, the 'best wings in the city' from WingDash and more
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At Hatch, hunkered down under the city’s Mancunian Way flyover, you’ll find shops selling products made by local makers, a barbers, Manchester’s first drop off sneaker and handbag cleaning boutique, street food, sit down indoor dining, a nano-brewery and more.  

Now, the award-winning food, drink and retail destination has welcomed a raft of new traders to usher in the new year. 

Pizza, wings, and newly-expanded dining spaces are all on the menu as Hatch reopens its doors after the Christmas break today. 

Here’s what you can look forward to.

A ‘piccolo pizza menu’ from I Knead Pizza

Photo: Jody Hartley

Stockport’s I Knead Pizza have opened up their first city centre outpost at Hatch, offering Neapolitan pizza.

Having honed their craft at festivals and markets around the country over the last six years before settling down with their first pizzeria in Reddish, the team have landed at Hatch with their ‘piccolo pizza menu’. 

Photo: Jody Hartley

Guests can expect a selection of small plates including individually sized 8” pizzas, their famous bites and their most recent addition, panuozzo sandwiches with plenty of side salads and dips on offer. 

The ‘best wings in the city’ from WingDash

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WingDash is the brainchild of the team behind the popular Burgerism in Salford, and is Hatch’s brand new chicken joint.

A first for Manchester, the team promise the best chicken wings in the city, founded on the same principles of Burgerism – utilising high quality local ingredients.

They come in an array of addictive flavour combos including Buffalo, Garlic Parmesan, BBQ, Piri-PIri , Atomic Buffalo and Lemon Pepper. 

A dine-in vegan experience from Herbivorous

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Herbivorous have also expanded to a new bigger unit with inside and outside seating creating a new dine-in vegan experience at Hatch and more space for experimentation and creation by owners Robyn and Damian.

Guests can expect their signature favourites like the Big Kahuna Burger, the famous Herbivorous Buffalo Wings, vegan cheesy fries and the Herbi “chicken” burger.

A bigger venue for Oh My Cheesecake

Photo: Jody Hartley

On My Cheesecake is another Hatch success story, as the UK’s first cheesecake on a stick has proved a big hit.

The team have expanded to a bigger unit to serve up even more of the dreamiest cheesecakes and desserts  in town.

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