Roxy Ballroom set to take over Birdcage site as games bar confirms second venue
Half a dozen bowling lanes, beer pong tables, Olympic standard ping pong tables, shuffleboard, and arcade machines have all been installed at the Withy Grove site, as well as a 12-hole 'crazy pool' game on a mezzanine level.
Roxy Ballroom has confirmed it will open a second venue in Manchester – taking over the old Birdcage building on Withy Grove.
The games, booze and grub brand has enjoyed enormous popularity with the local nighttime crowd since setting up shop on Deansgate – having branched out nationwide following initial success in Leeds.
Seven years after opening its first site, Roxy has confirmed the addition of another location right here in Manchester.
The new Manc venue will have all the classic graffiti-style decor, as well as the wide selection of games that has made the brand famous.
Half a dozen bowling lanes, beer pong tables, shuffleboard, and arcade machines have all been installed at the Withy Grove site, as well as a 12-hole ‘crazy pool’ game on a mezzanine level.
The 17,000 sq ft building will also have a wide range of booze and cocktails available.
American-style food – such as nachos, wings, burgers, and pizzas – will provide fuel for the engine during gaming.
Roxy has said that the new venue features “some of the games our existing customers have already come to know and love, with a few new additions that you won’t be able to get anywhere else.”
Bookings must be made in households or support bubbles, with Roxy operation 3pm-10pm during the week and 12pm-10pm at the weekend.
Players can order food and drink using a QR code on each gaming table.
The new Roxy Ballroom will officially open its doors on October 2.
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