The all-day venue will introduce two special dishes and a brand-new cocktail to celebrate the New Year.
Ducie Street Warehouse is delighted to celebrate Chinese New Year with Manchester’s community and beyond this year. Presenting a weeklong Chinese inspired menu, the all-day kitchen and bar will introduce two special dishes and one brand-new cocktail, which will be available from Tuesday 1st until Saturday 5th February.
Head Chef, Andrew Green will be adding Chinese-inspired dishes to the menu including; Rice Straws and Cashew Nut Satay with Chilli & Soy and Crispy Beef Ho Fun and Flash Fried Beansprouts, both very welcome additions to Ducie Street’s already stunning selection of food.
The bar will also have an exciting addition to its drinks menu in the form of the Ducie Street Tiger cocktail with St Germain, grapefruit and pineapple for everyone to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.
Also happening on Saturday 5th February, is Ducie Street’s regular DJs residency with their favourite selectors behind the decks – Goteki, Nathan Burroughs and Jim Bane.
For the ultimate Chinese New Year celebration and getaway, stay at the cool aparthotel Native Manchester, located just above the warehouse.
Native Manchester is the UK’s largest aparthotel and one of the only places in Manchester to offer leisure staycations with large self-contained luxury apartments offering a truly home from home stay.
The aparthotel features 166 individually designed apartments, including studios, loft apartments and eight duplex penthouses with private terraces offering panoramic views across the city.
The building’s industrial heritage is prominent throughout Native, from the vast glass central atrium that’s suspended above its ground floor venue Ducie Street Warehouse and connects the apartments, to the interiors of the apartments themselves – each one is unique, featuring a fully equipped kitchen, bespoke Conran furniture and super king-sized beds.
All housed within the warehouse-chic surroundings of the Grade II listed building, Ducie Street Warehouse and its aparthotel, Native Manchester, are right in the heart of the city centre – a hub of creative concepts with something for everyone.