Christmas in Manchester is back with a festive bang.
Returning for 2021 to bring us a little bit of festive sparkle after what can only be described as a pretty shitty year-and-a-bit, Bar Hütte is bringing back its wonderful, twinkling alpine huts – but this time, they’ve got a brand new home.
Departing from its Spinningfields spot on Deansgate where the miniature Christmas village has called home for a number of years now, Bar Hütte will be popping up in the Great Northern Square from November 4th, with a wonderful new winter wonderland for Mancs to enjoy.
Bringing ski village vibes to the square complete with a giant Christmas tree, guests will be able to book out their very own private ‘hutte’ – each of which is perfect for social distancing. Not only that, but it’s the perfect excuse to escape the chill, too, with some fantastic festive-themed drinks including hot gin, mulled wine and Irish hot chocolates on offer.
There’ll be more huttes than ever before, too, as well as a cosy terrace bar and indoor lodge to snuggle up inside. Soak up the Christmassy atmosphere, enjoy delicious oven-baked pizzas, or try the famous ‘Bombardino’ – which is provided complimentary for all hutte bookings. And they haven’t forgotten the much-loved karaoke sessions, either, with each hutte coming complete with its very own machine loaded up with the best festive hits.
Bookings are open now, and since the huttes are super popular every single year, we’d recommend securing yours so you don’t miss out. Each hutte costs £60 for exclusive use for 1 hour and 45 minutes, with complimentary Bombardinos and full use of the karaoke machine.