Food & Drink
Albert’s Schloss has opened a new Alpine-inspired outdoor ‘drinking and dining’ terrace in the street
Manchester’s first wunderbar has taken to the street with the opening of its brand new outdoor terrace.
Now that ‘Step Two’ in the government’s roadmap to lifting England’s current national lockdown has commenced – which crucially allowed hospitality businesses to reopen for outdoor service only – Manchester’s iconic bier palace, Albert’s Schloss, has unveiled a glorious Alpine-inspired outdoor terrace in the heart of the city centre – Schloss Straße.
Inspired by Alpine summers and al fresco dining of continental Europe, Schloss Straße is a 100-cover, partially-heated terrace situated on Peter Street directly outside the venue.
There’ll be a summer-themed drinks menu, biers and Alpine cook haus delights.
For drinks, Schloss Straße will serve a range of Bavarian tap biers, Fresh Unpasteurised Pilsner Urquell, plus Schloss’ very own Manchester Rein, highballs, spritz and Sommer cocktails – including Strawberry Spritz, Pear Old Fashioned, Chinotto White Negroni and Alpina Colada.
‘Gülden Hour’ boozing will take place every Monday to Friday 4-7pm, with highballs and spritz for £5, Kozel for £4, and bottles of prosecco for only £20.
The acclaimed cook haus will serve a range of Alpine-inspired delights, from small plates including meatballs and cambozola, garlic bread and hummus and flatbread, to classics like fish fritz and pan-fried Schnitzel.
The Cook Haus will also be serving up a rotating sandwich of the week, a Cook Haus special, and a selection of classic burgers and wursts.
As night falls, Schloss Straße will welcome live entertainment, DJs and promenaders.
Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, some of Manchester’s finest DJ’s will be on the Straße decks, including Jonjo Williams, Hattie Pearson and DJ Paulette, and this weekend will see the return of the infamous ‘Sunday Service’ with a selection of Sunday roasts available throughout the day and DJ Paulette DJ’ing in the afternoon to keep your weekend hanging on as long as possible.
Advanced booking is required, with drinks bookings available all day from 12-9:45pm and food bookings available from 12-9:15pm up until Sunday 16th May.
After this date, outdoor tables will operate on a first-come-first-served basis.
You can make a booking via the Albert’s Schloss website.
Featured Image – Albert’s Schloss