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PremierLeague-News.Com - From beach huts to live music venues to basement dive bars
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It's been a horrible time to operate a hospitality business - more than a year of lockdowns, restrictions and curfews that have brought the sector to its knees. But there is finally light on the horizon, with venues allowed to reopen - albeit with safety measures still in place - from Monday May 17. For some operators, this will be the first time they can welcome customers inside their spaces. Many new bars and restaurants have taken shape in Manchester in recent months but haven't been able to let any members of the public inside. Some opened for mere days before the region was plunged into lockdown last November. Here are some of the new venues to get excited about after lockdown. Lost Cat The Lost Cat (Image: Supplied) Pass through a new florist that has appeared on Oldham Street and you'll find yourself inside Lost Cat. This two-storey bar was once home to Eat New York, who will still man the kitchens, but now Lyndon Higginson (of Crazy Pedro's and Junkyard Golf fame) is at the helm. It's a 'modern day social club serving serious beers and stupid cocktails', apparently, and in the not-too-distant future will also be home to an outside cinema. 64 Oldham St, M4 1LE | lostcatnq.co.uk Read More Related Articles Crazy Pedro's founder to launch TWO new Manchester bars this spring - including a rooftop cinema Read More Related Articles Keep up with an ever-changing Manchester with our free What's On newsletter Junior Jacksons The plastic chute in Junior Jackson's, which will deliver burgers (Image: Supplied) In the same location as The Lost Cat but heading underground is a brand new late-night bar, the 'crazy cousin' of Bunny Jackson's Juke Joint across town. The dive bar will sling out bourbons and beer as well as burgers from Triple B upstairs - which will arrive through a plastic chute into the basement. The site was previously a boutique gym but has now been given an all-American makeover. 64 Oldham St, M4 1LE | bunnyjacksons.co.uk American Pies American Pies, opening in Manchester city centre from the team behind Brewski (Image: Supplied) From the team behind Brewski comes Manchester's first Chicago deep-dish pizza restarurant. Pizza dough here is made with garlic butter and parmesan, then stuffed to the brim with oozy mozzarella, marinara sauce and all sorts of meaty toppings. They've been open for takeaway for a few months but will officially open the doors to their Mosley Street restaurant on May 19. 58 W Mosley St, M2 3HZ | americanpies.co.uk The Sunset Lounge A new 'beach bar' is coming to the Great Northern (Image: Manchester Evening News) Expanding on the existing offering at the Great Northern Beach Club - Manchester's Balearic-style 'beach bar' - is The Sunset Lounge. The site at the Great Northern Warehouse will now be adding bookable private beach huts to the mix, with 42" TV screens inside. The beach huts were at one point supposed to be the Alpine cabins used for the Bar Hutte festive pop-up, which was halted by lockdown. It will launch on May 19. Great Northern Warehouse, 235 Deansgate, M3 4EN | greatnorthernbeachclub.co.uk The Blues Kitchen The Blues Kitchen Manchester - in the old Walkabout site on Quay Street (Image: Supplied) Manchester's newest late-night bar and gig venue will open for the first time on Thursday May 20, taking over the old Walkabout site. It will bring a taste of the Deep South with blues music, a menu of barbecue and soul food and a bar packed with bourbons. A live music programme, running seven days a week, will take in everything from 1930s Delta blues, funk, acoustic, rock n roll, roots and southern soul music. 13 Quay St, M3 3HN | theblueskitchen.com/manchester Society Manchester Society Manchester will open at Barbirolli Square (Image: Supplied) One of the biggest new developments to land in the city centre this year will be Society, a £1m food hall from the founders of Assembly Underground in Leeds. Their Manchester venture at Barbirolli Square - spanning 8,073 sq ft - will have space for five independently-owned kitchens, a cocktail bar, and a craft beer taproom. It will also be home to Elnecot's new concept, Dokes Pizzeria.
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