Manchester’s most beautiful restaurant Fenix to throw luxurious Moonlight Parties this bank holiday weekend

The Mykonos vibes continue in style.

Daisy Jackson Daisy Jackson - 26th March 2024

Fenix, the stunning Greek-Mediterranean restaurant that opened last year in Manchester, is launching a series of Moonlight Parties with special events for the Easter weekend.

The luxurious two-storey venue has created the events to continue their vision to bring a taste of Mykonos to the city centre. 

With these Moonlight Parties, they’re capturing the world-famous nightlife of the Greek island, with international DJs playing into the early hours. 

The bank holiday weekend parties will be taking place in the beautiful ground floor nest bar, where golden grasses ripple from the ceiling and clever illusions make it seem as though a wall of fire is flickering above the bar. 

Fenix has programmed a unique line-up of events for the upcoming four-day Easter weekend. 


The high-end restaurant and bar will kick things off on Thursday with international percussionist Kami, joining their resident DJ Christian, who’ll also be behind the decks on Friday. 

Then on Saturday, there’ll be a performance by the incredible Jano, before Sunday concludes with Mykonos’ very own international DJ Anthony from Zuma Mykonos.


This will be the first of a series of late-night parties for Fenix, which is already establishing itself as one of Manchester’s best destinations. 

The restaurant opened last November, from the Permanently Unique group that’s also behind the city’s beloved Tattu. 

As well as its beautiful interiors and lighting that mimics both sunny days and moonlit nights, there’s a menu of meat and fish cooked on an open fire, a wealth of pasta and rice dishes, and meze-style small plates. 


And then there’s the bar, where incredible cocktails fall under four categories – Earth, Air, Water, and Fire – each served in custom glassware.

Fenix has already been receiving rave reviews, including from national critics like the Observer and Guardian tastemaker Jay Rayner.

For the Moonlight Parties, there’ll be a range of packages available, including the exclusive Half Moon package (a table for four with a selection of mixers and meze board, a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Rose, and a bottle of patron silver, for £400.)

Each of Fenix’s Moonlight Parties will start at 10.30pm and run until the early hours. 

The series starts on Thursday 28 March with events running until Sunday 31 March.


Details of the May Bank Holiday Moonlight Parties line-up will be released soon.

You can find out more and book your table here

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