B.EAT STREET MCR

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Housed within the Great Northern Warehouse, B.EAT STREET has closed to the public on a regular basis and is set to reopen as a private hire event space only.

Great Northern Warehouse, 235 DeansgateManchesterM3 4EN View map
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Venue permanently closed.

What's on near B.EAT STREET MCR

T3 and Young RJ
MusicManchester
Slum Village at The Blues Kitchen

Detroit icons Slum Village are taking over The Blues Kitchen this April, performing new music as well as tracks from their legendary 2000’s albums.

from £24.75
MusicManchester
Manchester Psych Fest 2024

Manchester Psych Fest, the UK’s trailblazing psychedelic music and arts festival has announced a massive bill for its 2024 edition.

from £45.20

Where to go near B.EAT STREET MCR

Ocean Treasure 235 Cantonese restaurant and casino.
City Centre
Restaurant
Ocean Treasure 235

This upmarket Cantonese restaurant is based in a casino, meaning you can fill your belly then go blow your wages, all in the same place!

Another Hand
Manchester
Another Hand

Another Hand is a new restaurant from team behind 3hands, offering casual dining at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

City Centre
Great Northern

An epicentre of entertainment and shopping housed within a 19th Century railway warehouse. The Great Northern is a commercial hub of leisure, lifestyle and buiness in the centre of Manchester.

Deansgate
Restaurant
Platzki

Polish restaurant Platzki is one of Manchester’s most inspiring dining destinations, dancing between fine dining and home-cooking.

City Centre
Event venue
Virtual Hideout

Keen to try out this whole Virtual Reality thing? Virtual Hideout is a great, easy-going place to start.

Manchester
Tourist Attraction
Paradise Skate World

Tucked into the first floor of Great Northern is Paradise Skate World, an intergalactic realm of quad skating and cosmically themed cocktails.

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Music in Manchester and the North

Fresh concert seasons, forward-thinking festivals and a revolving door of amazing gigs. Things are looking bright as spring comes into view.

Exhibitions in Manchester and the North

February is a month of love so art lovers in the North - rejoice! There is lots to choose from: two photography festivals, gorgeous crafts and shows celebrating local talent.