Manchester’s longstanding Irish pub O’Sheas has unveiled images of a brand new beer garden venue – which will officially launch on April 12 to coincide with the reopening of hospitality.
Owners of the Princess Street pub – which has served more than two million pints of Guinness during its 27-year history – have set up a sister site in Ardwick in time for COVID restrictions lifting next month.
Punters have now been offered a peek at the open-air premises on Cakebread Street – which has space to accommodate dozens of groups when pubs resume outdoor service next month.
O’Sheas Beer Garden is also promising a full programme of live music and sporting fixtures running through into the summer – including a number of special events for the Euros.
Craft ales, cocktails and a selection of street food (provided by local vendors) will also be on the menu at the venue – which is calling itself “the home of Manchester’s coldest pint.”
Co-owner of O’Sheas Paul Mackey said: “This is for the people and for the city.
“We celebrate a return for hospitality and have been given the opportunity to utilise an amazing new outdoor space to come back.
“The beers are cold and the welcome is warm. We have missed you all dearly and we can’t wait to see you in the garden!”
Bookings at O’Sheas Beer Garden are available on a ‘first come, first serve’ basis for groups of 2-6 people.
Reserve a spot here.