New wine and charcuterie bar comes to Great Northern Warehouse

From the team behind Alvarium, The Mews has a cosy indoor bar and a huge outside terrace area which is a suntrap during warmer days

Manchester’s newest wine and charcuterie bar has just opened on Deansgate Mews.

From the team behind Alvarium in the Northern Quarter, The Mews Bar and Charcuterie promises to be another popular community hang out at Great Northern Warehouse

Neighbouring 3 Hands Deli and the brand new Butchers Quarter premises, The Mews is the final piece in the puzzle with a cosy indoor bar and a huge outside terrace area which is a suntrap during warmer days. 

The bar and its experienced team have curated a wine list to be rivalled and collaborated with The Crafty Cheese Man on charcuterie boards and cheese selections for the perfect pairings.

Not forgetting the menu of twisted classic cocktails, including a Strawberry & Raspberry Pornstar Martini. 

The cocktails have been created in line with the seasons to make the most of our fresh British ingredients from local suppliers.

Expect fresh, fruity and refreshing during the summer months with heart-warming, deep autumnal flavours come October. 

Over the next few months The Mews Bar and Charcuterie will be introducing their kitchen and developing an offering of British small plates, perfect with a few glasses of wine during lunch or as a late evening dinner. 

“Following the success and popularity of Alvarium in the Northern Quarter, we’ve been given a great opportunity to open an exciting new concept on Deansgate,” said owner Braddan Quayle.

“The Mews Bar and Charcuterie will be looking to build on the foundation we’ve laid in the Northern Quarter of top quality, seasonal cocktails, a banging wine list and crowd pleasing beer selection. 

“At first we will be offering sociable nibbles, such as cheese and charcuterie boards, whipped goats cheese and mascarpone with chilli jam, all of which is supplied by @thecraftycheeseman.

“Our menu will evolve over the year with a hope of offering small British plates… keep your eyes out for that!”

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