202 Kitchen has a brand new home.
Following the success of their pop-up bar and restaurant on Bridge Street, 202 Kitchen has found itself a brand new home – this time, taking up permanent residence overlooking the river in Leftbank.
Nestled within the hustle and bustle of Spinningfields, 202 Kitchen will be bringing their endless Instagram moments to the brand new spot, keeping within their pretty-in-pink theme that fans across Birmingham and Manchester have loved over the past year.
After outgrowing their previous site on Bridge Street, the new venue will be bigger and better than ever, with space for 200 covers where guests can enjoy al fresco riverside cocktails, or drink and dine inside a lavish, pink space – which is receiving a huge £1m injection to make it as iconic as possible.
Keeping within the hearty theme of their previous menu, guests will be able to enjoy an array of comforting dishes including Mac ‘N’ Cheese, waffles, fried chicken, burgers and more. The original menu took inspiration from the ‘trap box’ social media trend, piling comfort food into metal tins putting the focus on the delicious food in a casual manner.
202 Kitchen Directors, Leon Beckford, Panikos Myrritis and John Sambo said: “We are looking to move out of lockdown by making significant moves and the future looks bright for 202 Kitchen.
“Having successfully tested our concept in two cities during a difficult year for the hospitality sector, we are now perfectly placed to expand our operations, starting with Manchester.
“The waterside Manchester site will now be the brand’s flagship venue and we can’t wait to reveal our plans for the fit out.”
Opening its doors in June, the new Manchester venue will become a ‘flagship’ for 202 Kitchen, giving Mancs their most atmospheric experience yet. If that wasn’t all, the venue will feature an outdoor space designed for all weather conditions, meaning guests will be able to enjoy the fantastic riverside location all year round.
202 Kitchen launched last year in Birmingham with an epic opening night, with famous faces such as Maya Jama in attendance. The Manchester opening followed just months later, with the venue becoming a popular hot spot after the first lockdown.
To find out more and receive priority access when bookings open, head over to their website here.
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