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Albert’s Schloss Has Transformed Into An Alpine Retreat With Festive Shows & Christmas Grub

Laura Rogan Laura Rogan - Editor of Secret Manchester

Albert’s Schloss Has Transformed Into An Alpine Retreat With Festive Shows & Christmas Grub

Transforming into a winter fairytale ready for the festive season, Albert’s Schloss has brought back its grand, festive entrance – turning up the alpine factor of the venue by 100%.

Framed by two giant fir trees, the popular Bavarian-style bar and restaurant will be leaning into its inspiration for the festive season, with a new roster of live entertainment, a hearty Alpine menu to fill up on and festive drinks to enjoy, too.

Credit: Albert’s Schloss

Finding a muse in the mountain regions of Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France and Italy, the menu brings winter comfort by the bucket load, with warming dishes including fondue, French onion soup served in a haus baked sourdough and baked cod, accompanied by fantastic puds such as the Christmas pudding strudel.

The new food menu is also accompanied by a number of delightful new winter cocktails, all taking inspiration from dark fairytales with flavours such as Black Forest cherry, gingerbread, spiced apple and clementine.

Credit: Albert’s Schloss

In true Schloss style, there’ll be tons of entertainment to get stuck into as part of their festive Seven Days of Showtime programme, with early band performances every night of the week, cabaret and plenty of opportunities for a good old knees-up daily.

Saturday entertainment at Schloss will now start from 4pm continuing on into the early hours, giving plenty of chances for pals to get together and celebrate the festivities before Santa crawls down our chimneys. Table bookings are open now, and you can secure yours here.

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