Housed in the iconic Corn Exchange, Sixes is Manchester’s latest ‘activity’ bar and restaurant, fusing cocktails, beers and Great British BBQ food with cricket batting nets!
The new bar is set to open on Sunday 29th August with batting nets suitable for all ages and abilities, meaning beginners, club regulars or even professionals can come along and test out the state-of-the-art batting nets (available to hire by the hour), and cutting edge technology.
The Sixes restaurant offers all-day dining, with a menu inspired by the greatest elements of the British Gastropub. You’ll find a menu of Small Plates including Mac & Cheese Croquettes (£7), Burnt End Nuggets (£8.50) and Low & Slow Smoked Chicken Wings (£8).
There’s a selection of ‘Classics’ including the Sixes Burger (£14), Grilled Sea Bass (£23) and Whiskey Glazed Beef Short Rib (£16.50), alongside ‘From the Grill’ sharing boards like their 45-Day Aged Ribeye or Middle White Pork Chop (£18).
You’ll also find the Sixes Sunday Roast, available every week between 11am – 4pm and featuring 45 day aged Hereford Beef Ribeye, Beef fat Roasties, Charred Honey Carrots, Spring Greens, Buttered Savoy, Smoked Cauliflower Cheese, Yorkshire Pudding and lashings of gravy.
Sixes in Manchester is also home to a Champagne Bar, as well as featuring an impressive menu of cocktails that certainly stand out from the crowd.
There’s a range of ‘Experimental’ cocktails which include the ‘Pickled Ploughman’ (£10); pickled gin with sherry vinegar, cheese and crackers, and ‘Bread & Butter’ (£11); Hennessey VS with brown butter, spiced honey and bread.
With the simple motto ‘Eat.Drink.Bat’, Sixes looks to mix all the finest elements of a bar and restaurant experience with a competitive edge and all-round excitement.
To celebrate their arrival in the city, Sixes will be offering up two weeks of FREE CRICKET for everyone – just book on their website and get swinging for the boundaries and climb the leaderboard!