The Ivy Spinningfields will re-open its doors for indoor dining on Monday 17th May with a bespoke and colourful 1960s themed cocktail menu, new summer dishes, and afternoon tea.
Cocktails will include the showstopping This Bird Has Flown (£10.75), created with Haku Japanese Vodka shaken with mint, lemon and sugar, topped with chilled Prosecco, and the Lazin’ On A Sunny Afternoon (£9.95) mixed with Roku Gin, Lillet Rose, pink grapefruit juice, FeverTree Soda Water and Prosecco.
The Woodstock Old Fashioned (£10.95), crafted with Maker’s Mark 46 Bourbon and spiced maple syrup, meanwhile, is sure to help guests celebrate brighter days ahead.
When it comes to indoor dining, there will be plenty of refreshing new seasonal summer dishes available, including a pea velouté (£6.75), with lemon and thyme ricotta, crushed peas and black pepper, and a côte de boeuf (£32.95).
New desserts include a strawberry ice cream sundae dessert (£8.25), featuring vanilla ice cream with meringue, shortbread and a warm strawberry sauce.
For those looking to enjoy some of The Ivy Spinningfields classic dishes and drinks in an al fresco setting, guests can book to dine on the restaurant’s beautiful ground floor terrace which is currently open.
“We are very excited to be reopening on 17th May across all three floors, whilst welcoming back our regular diners alongside members of the community, who we have greatly missed over the last few months,” said Kate Cooper, General Manager at The Ivy Spinningfields.
“Whether you’re looking for lunch and cocktails with friends on our roof garden, or dinner with a loved one at The Ivy Asia, there are plenty of delicious options to help you rediscover your love of dining this summer.”
The Ivy Spinningfields will be open for indoor dining from Monday 17th May, subject to additional announcements from the government. Reservations for May can be made now via theivymanchester.com.