Archie’s Will Open A City Centre Restaurant On Christmas Day To Feed The Homeless

By Laura Rogan

This is what Christmas is all about.

After a successful year for Manchester burger joint Archie’s, the much-loved foodie spot is giving back this Christmas – opening their 72 Oxford Road store on the big day to help feed the homeless.

The American-inspired restaurant, which has just opened its flagship Trafford Centre store last week, will open their doors from 1-4pm to allow those without a home the chance to fill their tummies – on a day which is all about giving and sharing.

Credit: Archie’s

The restaurant will be donating both their Superstar Burgers and Falafel Burgers, fries and drink, welcoming anybody in need with open arms.


Imran Rafiq, one of the directors at Archie’s, said: “After the hard year we’ve had, we wanted to give back by opening our doors on Christmas day for people who may not be able to have a meal. In past, we’ve worked with homeless charities before through the Archie’s foundation”
The burger joint is now working hard to spread the word to the homeless, to ensure anyone in need in Manchester can receive a warm meal while the city sits empty.

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[Featured image: Archie’s | Their new Trafford centre storefront]