The Ivy

Join The Ivy Manchester’s Chinese New Year celebrations from 4 – 10 February. The Ivy Asia will be honouring the pig by launching a special menu of five expertly crafted cocktails, each named after the five elements in the Chinese Zodiac – metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Plus they shall be throwing a special Chinese New Year of The Pig party on 9 February featuring live performers providing a spectacular immersive entertainment for those dining throughout the evening.



For Chinese New Year, Tattu are running a celebratory set sharing menu, available for parties of 2-8 people between 3 – 9 February. Plus, purchase Tattu’s special Red Letter cocktail, to be in with the chance of winning one of three prizes up for grabs, which include a bottle of champagne, 50% off your Tattu experience and a £100 gift voucher.



To celebrate Chinese New Year, Mulberry have launched a range of beautiful limited-edition bags inspired by the tale of the zodiac calendar and the pig’s journey.

Shop here


Celebrate Chinese New Year at Australasia from 5 – 8 February. Dine nestled amongst Chinese hanging lanterns, and don’t forget to leave with a lucky red envelope.


20 Stories

Enjoy an exclusive Chinese New Year themed cocktail entitled The 1987 (the year in which the archway in Manchester’s China Town was completed) at 20 Stories from 5 – 10 February. The 1987 is a delicious combination of ketel one, lychee liqueur, yuzu puree, pineapple juice finished with black sesame, maccha and raspberry powder.