A Curated 3-Course Dinner, DJs & Cinema Screenings: Valentine's at Ducie Street Warehouse

'Love Edition' at DSW also including special Palentine’s programming for couples and friends to celebrate...

By Manchester's Finest | 8 February 2022

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Ducie Street Warehouse has introduced a new ‘Love Edition‘ series of programming this February, from a three-course curated dinner to DJs and cinema screenings plus activities perfect for couples to celebrate Valentine’s and group of friends to celebrate Palentine’s.

For Valentine’s this year, the warehouse-chic venue is offering a curated three-course meal, which is priced at £40 per person, and available on Friday 11th, Saturday 12th and Monday 14th February.

The ‘Threes A Crowd’ menu starts with the option of Spice Parsnip Hummus, King prawns, Gochujang Chicken, then followed by mains 16oz Roast Sirloin or Whole-roasted Spiced Celeriac Shawarma, and to finish with Date Majool Sticky Toffee Slice or Poached Plums to share.

The Ducie Street Warehouse main menu available all-day are perfect for pals to share, including the 800g Tomahawk of Cheshire Beef, 1kg baked Camembert cheese and Whole-roasted spiced celeriac shawarma.

On Saturday 12th February, the warehouse will be transformed into a romantic getaway, not only for couples, but also close friends to celebrate Valentine’s with the venue’s most-loved resident DJs Atiké, Alex Zalewska b2b Gary Bratchford, and Dom Owen from 12pm until 1am. Beyond soundtracking in the lounge, there will be board games and activities available for you to spend quality time with your nearest and dearest.

On Sunday 13th February, Ducie Street Warehouse will present its signature Sunday with Sides – with Sunday Lunch served in the restaurant all day Sunday and DJs behind the deck in the lounge to soundtrack your lunch from 12pm until 5pm with Jane Thomas, then followed by Ben Arnold closing the night until 9pm.

And on Valentine’s Day, Monday 14th February, the 36-seat Mini Cini with 7.1 surround sound and a 4k projector will screen foreign films Betty Blue (1986) and Jamon Jamon (1992).

Other community happenings at the Mini Cini in February include Queer Up with Alexis Caught & Charlie Craggs hosted by Queer Lit on Monday 21st February, and a Superbia film night on Wednesday 23rd February.

For the ultimate Love Edition getaway, stay at the cool aparthotel Native Manchester, located just above the warehouse, as they have partnered with local artisan chocolatier Cocoa Cabana in Ancoats.

Those who stay over between Friday 11th and Monday 14th February will receive a special chocolate treat made with love by Cocoa Cabana.

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