Ducie Street Warehouse, Ground Floor, Warehouse, Ducie St,, Manchester, M1 2TP – Visit Now
Coming soon for Halloween weekend at Ducie Street Warehouse:
Dive into the Mexican-themed Día de Muertos celebrations, also known as Day Of The Dead, the colourful celebration of life held on 2nd November. The warehouse’s event will run from Friday 29th October until Tuesday 2nd November, with an all-day Día de Muertos destination event on Saturday 30th October, featuring a series of free entertainment.
This will include live DJs, mariachi, brass bands and Mexican fiesta atmosphere; a Día de Muertos parade through the Northern Quarter; performers, face painters and tarot readers; and specially curated food and cocktail offerings, made in collaboration with PATRÓN Tequila.
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A night at the Ducie Street Warehouse is a one-way ticket for a good time, considering their live music and an abundance of food and drink. Today we’re here for their new Sunday Roast option. Revamped and freshly launched for everyone to enjoy on a Sunday afternoon, this new menu has an extra twist that you would never expect.
Once seated in their dining area with an open kitchen and floor-to-ceiling windows, the new Sunday Roast menu has all the staples for a hearty meal. Choose from dry-aged sirloin, corn-fed chicken, rosemary leg-of-lamb, free-range gammon or their vegan roast to be the centrepiece of your plate, plus all the high-quality trimmings you’d expect.
Fill up your plate to your heart’s content with their beef jus gravy and just ask for more if you need it. Being a lazy Sunday, there is no need to be shy about ordering a drink or two as well. The roast menu’s pre-dinner drinks feature a breakfast margarita and champagne mimosa, and their wine list is more than suited for this occasion.
The star of the show though may just be their new menu dedicated entirely to cauliflower cheese. Created by star chef Andrew Green, add a special plate of vegetable goodness for a new Sunday experience. The menu features everything from a simple and classic cheddar version, to ones with truffle or more types of cheese than you can think of.
Alongside this are sides to please anyone. Pigs in blankets, mini lobster macaroni cheese and a broccoli gratin to name a few will fill up your table and stomach in no time at all. Long-time visitors may have their own favourites from the menu that they would love to see accompany their roast and they’ll be pleased to know that everything you would expect from their usual menu is still available. By all means, add some ox cheek croquettes or Padron peppers to your gastronomic party for your own enjoyment.
If you want to try this special dinner for yourself, head over to Ducie Street Warehouse behind Piccadilly Station on Sunday from 12:30 to 8:30.