Urban Cookhouse aims to bring relaxed, sophisticated dining of downtown New York to central Manchester.
The transformation of Sackville Street continues with another new restaurant opening today, in the form of the Urban Cookhouse.
The restaurant occupies an old, converted shipping warehouse and will serve up fusion dishes from around the world, while the late night bar offers classic and signature cocktails to tempt customers into the dark hours.
On the cusp of the famous Gay Village, Sackville Street has a growing reputation for great eateries and trendy drinking spots. Urban Cookhouse takes inspiration from casual New York-style dining and enthuses it with an exotic menu that includes Jamaican jerk pork loin and for a taste of the deep south, buttermilk fried whiskey chicken in a bourbon sauce.
The restaurant will serve lunch and dinner seven days a week, and there’s a lounge area for music and drinks.
Tim Coulston, managing director of Violet Hospitality, who are behind the new restaurant, comments: “This is an exciting time for the team at Violet Hospitality. We’re really looking forward to launching the Urban Cookhouse in Manchester. We’ve had a fantastic response from people across the city and can’t wait to open the doors to share all our hard work and passion for great food with the people of the city.”
Urban Cookhouse will open its door today (Friday 13 March) at 4pm.
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54 Princess Street, Manchester