Ducie Street Warehouse will reveal a new urban South-facing terrace for relaxed all day dining and drinking, opening on Monday, 12th April. Native Manchester will also reopen on the same day for all stays, be it leisure or business.

The eclectic 24/7 space is home to the new 80 cover terrace and 80 cover restaurant - an all-day kitchen headed up by Manchester-born chef Andrew Green; a bar and lounge that’s a place for work, play and everything in between.

The new heated and covered terrace will open daily for that first sip of tea, to that last cocktail; an all-day bar and kitchen where socialising is the order of the day. The terrace menu will serve a preview selection of dishes from the new all-day dining menu, of food that’s great to share, including signature Focaccia Romania flatbreads, small sharers and large plates.

Ducie Street Warehouse will see a collection of curated takeovers across sounds, inspired arts and cultural pop-ups. The first collaboration will launch in April, with 20k and a dead sheep, the independent Manchester based online shop selling zines, books and rare editions, which is ran by renowned DJs and selectors within the Manchester scene.


Ducie Street Warehouse
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Interior shot with people at Ducie Street Warehouse

Set in the very heart of the city, Ducie Street Warehouse is just 100 yards from Manchester Piccadilly Train Station and is home to Manchester’s iconic bar & lounge, restaurant, deli counter, takeaway shop and mini cinema.



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