To kickstart the festive season Ducie Street Warehouse and its aparthotel, Native Manchester, is presenting a warm Christmas programme that begins tomorrow.
Taking place at its intimate restaurant, the venue will launch a Festive Dining Menu with a selection of comforting starters, mains and desserts.
For starters, the menu features the likes of Salt & Pepper Calamari, Maple Roasted Parsnip Hummus with flatbread and Sesame and Peanut Gochujang Chicken.
To follow, the mains include Turkey Saltimbocca Romana, Miso and Honey Glazed Cod, as well as Roasted Sweet Potato Wellington, which can then be finished off with an indulgent menu of desserts.
The menu features DSW Manchester Cream Liqueur Tiramisu, as well as Mulled Poached Pear, with granola and ice cream and Medjool Date Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Two courses are priced at £35 per person available every day for lunch. Three courses are priced at £40 per person for Monday to Wednesday, and £45 per person for Thursday to Sunday.
The restaurant will also open for Christmas Day serving a special Christmas menu priced at £120 per person and £60 for children under 12.
The set menu includes a three-course meal and a snack on arrival, with highlights including a Chicken Liver Parfait, Roast Free Range Turkey Breast, and a selection of fine British cheeses to finish. To book a table for Christmas click here.
Throughout the colder months, Ducie Street Warehouse will also host a series of the venue’s staple Disco Brunches with a special festive twist, every Saturday from 26th November, including Christmas Eve, and right up until New Year’s Eve.
An additional Festive Disco Brunch will also be hosted on Boxing Day. Joining the festive disco brunch line-up are the likes of Cheddar Gorgeous, Feel Good Choir, Stell’s Selections, Mix-Stress and Friends and Girls on Film.
Festive Disco Brunch is £40 per person which includes one dish and bottomless cocktails for 90 minutes. You can book the disco brunch here.
Over at the lounge, regular DJ takeovers will be curated complete with festive cocktails and drinks available from the bar. Next door at the Mini Cini, the Warehouse will also host a special Christmas Pawpcorn showing How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000). Pawpcorn is a unique cinema experience targeted for those visiting with pets, where the 36-seat cosy Mini Cini hosts a film with a lower sound level, brighter surroundings and toilet breaks.
Rounding off its Winter celebrations, Ducie Street Warehouse will also host a series of Christmas workshops, including Festive Drink and Draw and wreath and jewellery making workshops. There’ll also be an alternative festive pop-up market every weekend from 11am until 7pm, featuring independent traders such as Queens of Archive, PINÃ DORADA and Duggie’s Dundas.