From rooftop garden terraces to riverside verandas, Spinningfields has a charming selection of al fresco dining and drinking retreats, each with bright and refreshing new spring/summer menus that are not to be missed.
Available to enjoy in the luxurious Roof Garden and Brasserie, The Ivy’s Summer dishes include heritage tomato and feta salad, salmon and asparagus with champagne sauce, and lobster and samphire risotto.
20 Stories are transforming their roof terrace into a beautiful tropical garden, in partnership with Cîroc Summer Watermelon vodka, to create a stunning ‘Tropical City’. Guests are invited to sit back and bask under the Manchester sunshine whilst enjoying a cocktail overlooking panoramic views of Manchester.
Carluccios is bringing the seasonal flavours of the Mediterranean to their menu. Plus, buy two main courses from the new summer menu and receive a free bottle of wine to enjoy with your meal, when dining between 17 May and 9 June.
To help put a spring in your step The Refinery is in full bloom this season, talking the Language of Flowers.With a stunning new menu, discover irresistible botanical cocktails, a wider selection of rose and orange wines, a variety of beers and ciders and an extended range of vegan and vegetarian options.
Vibrant colours and electrifying flavours are at the heart of Comptoir’s menu this July, featuring delicious dishes such as Grilled red peppers and feta cheese (£5.75), plus roasted sea bass with slow cooked fennel (£13.95).
With 19 new dishes that promise “flavours that balance clean, crisp spices and seasoning with refreshingly lighter ingredients” including rock shrimp and scallop gau dim sum (£8), seared beef and sunflower seed salad (£14) and deconstructed banana fritter (£8), Tattu’s new menu is nothing short of spectacular.
The menu at The Alchemist mixes things up with a selection of dishes that cross genres to offer everything from naughty nibbles to mighty main courses for the healthiest appetite, including tandoori seabass fillets, pan fried trout and crispy pork belly.
Ibérica are celebrating the region of Castilla-La Mancha in May, with a specials menu that features a Manchego tasting board with five artisan cheeses from 3rd generation producers Gomez Moreno, paired perfectly with a selection of guest wines.
The Oast House
Inspired by the classics, The Oast House have curated a new cocktail menu which includes raspberry mojitos, frozen strawberry daiquiris and piña coladas. Plus join The Oast House in their courtyard every Friday from 5pm for 2-for-1 aperol spritz.
The summer menu at Thaikhun promises to remain culturally authentic, using the freshest ingredients, herbs and spices to create stir fry, curry, salad, soup, rice and noodle dishes that are bursting with flavour.