Manchester’s cult-favourite burger joint Almost Famous is now taking bookings for its al fresco dining area at Great Northern.
Now that ‘Step Two’ in the government’s roadmap to lifting England’s current national lockdown has commenced from 12th April – which crucially allowed hospitality businesses to reopen for outdoor service only – Almost Famous’s ever-popular Great Northern site has been welcoming back its legion of loyal burger lovers.
The beloved eatery – also known by many Mancs as “the happiest place on earth” – is now serving up it’s “no nonsense burgers” every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Almost Famous burgers were born from a need for a super-juicy, dripping-down-your-arms, no-nonsense burger, made with 100% prime cuts of beef, pillowy soft charred bun, melty cheese and creamy tangy sauces.
All of these elements have been smashed together to create the burgers Almost Famous has been known for since day one.
Offering a limited menu, fan-favourite famous burgers Crack Shack, Phoenix, Vegan Famous and the iconic Ultra Famous – which features a double juicy famous cheeseburger, wonderbutter onions, famous sauce, smoky bacon ketchup and pickles – are all available to tuck into.
There’s also a mouthwatering selection of wings, loaded fries, cocktails and soft drinks to choose from too.
While April was kinder to us with the weather, May has unfortunately brought with it some heavy downpours and hailstorms, which has understandably turned some punters away from visiting their favourite local hangouts – but luckily, Almost Famous Great Northern has, quite literally, got you covered with its new sheltered, outdoor seating area.
Bookings are already being snapped up fast, but you can secure your table here.
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