Manchester’s first Neapolitan restaurant, Salvi’s, has come a long way since it first opened almost a decade ago – blessing the city with not one, not two, but three Manchester locations over the years, with a fourth now officially open at Deansgate Square.
Sharing the exciting news back in September, Naples-born owner Maurizio Cecco revealed that the family had found a home in the thriving Deansgate Square complex for its fourth venue, bringing both a deli and a restaurant to the space – with everything we know and love about the beloved Italian restaurant already in store – but thankfully, so much more of it!
Marking the second deli-restaurant combo for Salvi’s, following success at their Corn Exchange site, the Deansgate Square venue promises a stunning new covered and heated outdoor terrace, alongside an outdoor private dining area, a brand new menu that pays homage to Maurizio’s mother, Nonna Teresa, and a number of classics that bring it right back to the dishes fans already love from existing Salvi’s restaurants – resulting in a celebration in all of the things that have made Salvi’s a Manchester institution.
If that wasn’t enough already, Maurizio will also be hosting a number of fun workshops on the terrace, where fans can learn how to make authentic Italian dishes for themselves, following the success of his many Facebook Live tutorials that carried us through Lockdown 1.0.
Maurizio said of the new opening last year: “Deansgate Square, we’re gonna open as a deli, as a restaurant, and we’ve got a big outside as well. Coffee, brunch, everything from the morning to the nighttime. I think Deansgate Square is [like a] city on its own!”
Not only is Deansgate Square home to a number of luxury apartments, but Mancs will also find Atomeca Bar, Deansgate General Store, and pop-ups from The Fizzicians. Salvi’s at Deansgate Square is officially open now.