One of Manchester’s most popular neighbourhood hangouts is introducing a brand new outdoor terrace area when it reopens next month.
With an “irreversible” roadmap for lifting lockdown now in place, Ducie Street Warehouse has announced that its new “collective space” will be opening up on the ground floor of the Grade II-listed former Victorian warehouse that it occupies.
This new “urban South-facing terrace” is said to be perfect for all day dining and drinking.
Set to open daily from 12th April, at the earliest, “for that first sip of tea, to that last cocktail”, the new heated and covered terrace will serve a preview selection of dishes from the new ‘All Day Dining’ food menu designed for sharing, which includes signature Focaccia Romania flatbreads, small sharers, large plates and more, as well as an extensive selection of drinks.
And then, on Monday 17th May, the “true vision of the entire building will come alive”, when everything will be open and its indoor experience will be revealed.
Visitors can expect an offering of food, drink, entertainment, resident DJs and a collection of curated takeovers across sounds, inspired arts and cultural pop-ups, with the first collaboration – ’20k and a Dead Sheep’ – bringing a new retail pop-up space and DJ takeover every weekend, from Saturday 17th April until the end of May.
“The outdoor terrace is the first part of the new beginning of Ducie Street Warehouse and will really set the scene for our new direction.” Mark Clinton – F&B Ops Director at Ducie Street Warehouse – said.
“The welcoming, vibe of this amazing building will start to be felt from April when we launch the terrace, and more so from May when we launch the indoor curation projects and reveal the plans and changes we’ve made to this iconic space.
“This is a place like no other in Manchester, a place to embrace and make it what you will – and we just can’t wait to finally, share it with the city”.
On top of that, Native Manchester – the UK’s largest aparthotel, attached to Ducie Street Warehouse – will also reopen on 12th April for all stays, be it leisure or business, making it one of the only places in Manchester to offer leisure staycations from April.
Native’s large, self-contained luxury apartments offer a “truly home from home” stay.
DUCIE STREET WAREHOUSE Terrace will open on Monday 12th April.
- Monday – Thursday: 11am – 10pm
- Friday: 11am – 11pm
- Saturday: 9am – 11pm
- Sunday: 9am – 10pm