Popular social golf emporium Junkyard Golf Club will finally reopen its doors on May 17, along with most of the indoor hospitality industry in Greater Manchester.
Everybody’s favourite explosive neon lit playground has been closed throughout the entire pandemic, but is back with a bang with some added twists and turns.
The venue, which is located at First Street in Manchester, has made sure that it remains COVID-as the brand opens in a very different world that it existed in over a year ago.
Speaking about its reopening, Managing Director Sam Jones said: “It’s been a rough year for everyone, not least those of us working in the hospitality industry.
“The public’s support and response to our sites re-opening has been absolutely fantastic. The desire to get back out, and get social is so important to our cities and culture and we can’t wait to re-open our doors.
“Our staff have been working round the clock to get everything ready for the May 17 and of course… we are ready to go!”
Tickets are on sale now and according to the Junkyard team, they are selling fast – so if you want in, we say book ASAP as social distancing means there is already a limited number of tickets per slot and walk ups will be super limited.
Already operating on a time slot system, serving up cocktails in single-use cups, and the ability to make cashless payments easily makes the Yard a no brainer as a safer way to socialise.