The new restaurant is set to diversify MediaCityUK’s food scene.
Following success on both First Street and the Royal Exchange, Vertigo Plant Based Eatery is opening up a third Manchester venue at the lovely MediaCityUK, with it’s shiny new doors set to open for the first time on August 3rd.
Replicating the success of their other sites, the brand new venue will feature a number of vegan faves – with a diverse offering including bao buns, burgers and a ton of tasty breakfast and brunch options.
The restaurant, which was officially named one of the ‘Top 20 Vegan Restaurants in the UK’ by The Times, is also set to add a host of new, summery features to the new venue – with a larger capacity for 45 diners inside and a further 20 outside. Outdoors, guests will find a gorgeous sun terrace where they can soak up the sun while enjoying a meal, with further socially distanced dining space available as part of MediaCityUK’s ‘Box On The Docks’ scheme, which launched just this month.
Michael Jebelli, Founder of Vertigo, said, “Vegan fare has become enormously popular in the past few years and we’re thrilled that more people are discovering how amazing it can be.”
“Our two existing restaurants have gone from strength to strength, and we’re so proud to be able to open our third restaurant in Media City next week. It’s a natural fit for us to expand out of the city centre and we can’t wait to launch.”
“It’s been such a tough few months for everyone in the sector, and we’ve had such support from our team and customers. We hope the launch demonstrates that there is a quiet confidence among operators, as well as a public demand to get the restaurant industry back up on its feet and open again. ”
Vertigo’s brand new MediaCityUK restaurant officially opens to the public next Monday, August 3rd, and you can book a private pod ahead of the opening here.