New cricket themed bar and restaurant to launch in city centre

Manchester’s latest activity bar and restaurant, Sixes Cricket Club fuses gastropub food and drink with batting nets

Sixes Cricket Club, housed in the Corn Exchange Manchester, is Manchester’s latest activity bar and restaurant for friends and family alike to enjoy their evening with a friendly slice of competition.

Bringing people together through the age-old game of cricket, Sixes Cricket Club fuses gastropub food and drink with batting nets, so guests can test their skills in a fun and social environment.

The new bar is set to open on 29th August with batting nets suitable for all ages and abilities, meaning beginners, club regulars or even professionals can come along and test out the cutting edge Batfast technology.

The Sixes restaurant offers all-day dining, with a menu inspired by the greatest elements of British gastropub culture, presented in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

An open kitchen with Robata Grill will serve British BBQ inspired favourites, and there will also be a champagne bar.

A strong passion for craft spirits and classic cocktails adds the finishing touches to your quintessentially British Sixes experience. 

With the simple motto ‘Eat.Drink.Bat’, Sixes is sure to be Manchester’s next hotspot venue, as guests enjoy all the finest elements of a bar and restaurant experience mixed with competitive edge and all-round excitement.

The new venue will also include three state-of-the-art nets to hire by the half hour.

“We are so excited with the latest edition to the Corn Exchange,” said Liam Mooney, general manager at the Corn Exchange.

“Sixes has thrived at their two locations down south and we can’t wait for the people of Manchester to enjoy the cricket themed bar.

“Having fun and enjoying a day out with friends and family is what the Corn Exchange is all about and Sixes restaurant supplies this aplenty, so we’re sure this is going to be a huge hit once opened.”

With interest high in the upcoming bar, guests are advised to book their time on the Sixes website here: Find out more about the bars, restaurants and venues at the Corn Exchange here.


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