Eat Well MCR to host Charity DJ Battle between Manchester’s Bar & Restaurant Owners

Too Many Owners will look to raise funds for Eat Well MCR this Christmas...

In a fairly unique-but-intriguing night of fundraising, an array of Manchester’s bar and restaurant owners are set to go head-to-head in a night of DJ battles.

Hosted at Tariff & Dale on Wednesday 17th November, some of the city’s most recognised food and drink figures will be involved, in an evening that will raise money for the incredibly worthy cause of Eat Well MCR.

Eat Well MCR is a collective of chefs, hospitality professionals and volunteers helping to provide chef-made meals to people side-lined by poverty across Greater Manchester.

The organisation has already prepared and delivered more than 50,000 meals to those in challenging circumstances around the city, since launching in April 2020.

See the full list of owners and venues that are set to spin tracks and face off on the night below:

Nick De SousaTariff and Dale & The Lead Station
David FoxTampopo
Lyndon HigginsonJunior Jacksons
Jonny HeyesNell’s NY Pizza & Bar
James Bates & Dom JonesMaray
Mark Flanagan and Jon WilkinPot Kettle Black
Neil Macleod & James PlantAlbert’s Schloss
Richard CossinsFlawd
Soo WilkinsonThe Creameries
Andy WindsorRamona/Firehouse
Matty FarrellSalt Dog Slims
Tom Coates / Jake BurgerPortobello Road Distillery

All proceeds from the event will go straight to Eat Well MCR, and tickets are on sale now.

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Too Many Owners

Date: Wednesday 17th November
Time: From 7pm
Cost: £15
Venue: Tariff & Dale

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As part of their fundraising efforts, Eat Well have also been asking restaurants to add a £2 option titled ‘Meals for Manchester’ to their menus. Customers can add this ghost item to their final bill, which will go directly to the initiative and cover the cost of one of these vital meals.

Find out more about Eat Well MCR’s incredible work on their website…

www.eatwellmcr.org

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