Complete with warming winter dishes and delicious cocktails.
Offering the perfect place to escape this Christmas, The Ivy Spinningfields has transformed its Roof Garden’s North and South terraces into the North and South Pole for the festive season, complete with warming winter dishes and delicious cocktails.
The North Pole terrace offers a cosy winter woodland escape, whilst the South Pole terrace features nods to ice and Antarctica.
The transformed terraces also feature dedicated, themed limited-edition cocktails created in collaboration with Veuve Clicquot, including a delicious ‘Winter Garden’ cocktail (£13.25) incorporating Witley Neil Rhubarb and Ginger gin, Luxardo Maraschino, liqueur, Monin sugar, lemon juice, apple juice, lavender bitters and Veuve Clicquot Champagne.
A host of seasonal winter dishes have also been added to the menu in The Ivy Brasserie and Ivy Roof Garden, as well as a limited-edition Christmas dessert, Snowball fight, a decadent combination of Brandy ice cream, white chocolate, gingerbread and cream sauce – available from November 25 to December 24 for £9.25.
The Ivy Spinningfields features four unique floors and offers Mancunians a totally new dining experience in the heart of the city.
Situated on the ground floor, the traditional Ivy brasserie is open all day, seven days a week, serving modern British classics to suit all occasions. The all-encompassing menu features a variety of dishes including truffled orzo pasta, lobster linguine and slow-cooked lamb shoulder.
Ivy Asia, exclusive to Manchester, serves Asian-inspired cocktails alongside sharing dishes such as Wagyu beef with truffle sauce, salmon fillet teriyaki, and avocado, crispy tofu, lime and ginger dressing.
The perfect spot for sun-drenched lunches, afternoon teas and dinners and cocktails, the Roof Garden is an opulent hideaway located in the heart of Manchester, complete with lavish furnishings in colourful fabrics and an iridescent glowing marble pink bar.
Also published on Medium.