20 Stories launches Stunning Alpine Après Ski ‘Terrace in the Sky’

Manchester’s rooftop restaurant is replacing its autumnal florals...

Photo by Jack Kirwin -JK Photography-

20 Stories is saying goodbye to autumn and hello to winter with an Alpine terrace inspired by the Black Forest, the home of Monkey 47 Gin.

The city centre’s coolest rooftop restaurant is transforming into a beautiful Alpine terrace taking inspiration from the winter months spent on the slopes thanks to a partnership with Monkey 47 Gin to create ‘Après Ski In The Sky’.

The Alpine themed rooftop will feature warm toned florals throughout and see the return of their large winter globes, along with 4 Chalets providing shelter from the indecisive Manchester weather, accommodating seating for up to 6 guests.

Photo by Jack Kirwin -JK Photography-

Guests will also be able to enjoy seasonal drinks with a bespoke cocktail menu using Monkey 47 as their star ingredient, along with serves of Perrier-Jouët Champagne. Featuring amongst the cocktails guests will find a limited edition cocktail with Monkey 47 Distiller’s Cut which contains a 48th ingredient.

Take a seat under a cosy blanket somewhere high above Manchester whilst you sip your way through their specially curated Monkey 47 menu 19 floors above the ground, away from the hustle and bustle of the streets below.

Natasha Davies, D&D Marketing Manager of the North said: “We are excited to welcome you to 20 Stories with a new theme for the winter months.”

Photo by Jack Kirwin -JK Photography-

“Our aim is to provide a cosy, warm and magical wintry feel that overlooks our wonderful city for those festive celebrations with your friends, colleagues and family”.

“We have worked hard to ensure we are able to offer a totally diverse and unforgettable experience that you can’t get anywhere else in the city, and we are sure our guests will love it every inch as much as we do.”

The 20 Stories Terrace will feature throughout the months of November – January in partnership with Monkey 47.

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