A Clubhouse Christmas
From alpine carol-oke huts and duelling pianos, to a 10m long curling lane and wow-worthy food and drinks, your visit to Clubhouse’s pop-up venue at Spinningfields Square, next to the John Ryland’s Library and Australasia, promises to be nothing short of spectacular! Plus, don’t miss a photo in front of the ginormous 30ft Christmas tree – the tallest in Manchester! Tag your photos using #Spinningfields!
Serving up scrumptious drinks under their heated pergola, choose from creative concoctions such as a kiwi and coconut Life’s a Grinch cocktail or a pink gin and cranberry Santa Baby, as well as tuck into loaded fries, poutine, kebabs and more from Kong’s Chicken Shop and Meat and Three.
Walk-ins are welcome. Tables for food/drink are available to book for 4 or more people.
A Clubhouse Christmas soft is open from 18 December until 23 December, followed by a short break the venue will then reopen in time for New Year festivities from 26 December until 31 December.
Karaoke & Drinks Packages
Book a hut that seats up to 6 people for £50/hour and a half that includes table service via QR mobile ordering. There are also three tiers of drinks packages available: £35 (6 cans of prosecco on ice), £50 (3 four pint pitchers of pilsner / 2 cocktail jugs), £100 (6 cans of prosecco, 1 pitcher of pilsner, 1 cocktail jug).
Curling Lane & Live Music
For those looking to try-out the thrilling Winter Olympics sport without leaving the city, book a curling session for up to 6 people for £60/hour, with similar QR mobile ordering services as above.
There will be also live music every Friday and Saturday, with duelling pianists taking requests for chart-toppers, festive favourites and everything in between on 20 & 26 November as well as on 3,4 & 23 December, from 7pm – 10pm.
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Nominated ‘Best New Bar of 2020‘ by Manchester’s hospitality network, Clubhouse’s wildly popular cocktail bar, founded by Adam Keeligan, Joe Bolger and Chris Mullen, will also be available to visit during the festive season at it’s permanent home at Leftbank, next to Scene Indian Street Kitchen.