THE newly unearthed Brickworks, an unforgettable basement venue beneath the Barton Arcade, is to play host to an intimate supper club to mark the launch of Just Eat Digital Pop-Ups.
Just Eat is now delivering food from four of the nation’s trendiest takeaway restaurants – all new to Manchester – and to showcase what’s on offer they are organising a special launch Supper Club in collaboration with Manchester Food and Drink Festival on Thursday, March 15 at the new underground events space.
The three course feast – alas, a competition winners’ only event – will feature popular dishes from the following new pop-up restaurants on Just Eat. And the good new sis you can order from them online now.
Dirty Bones: NYC-inspired comfort food, Dirty Bones’ signature dishes include Taleggio Mac & Cheese, free-range Buffalo Hot Wings and dry-aged steak burgers with creative toppings. Order here.
Bird: The original chicken & waffles joint offers a range of fried chicken wings and pieces with sauces and dips, and fried chicken burgers perfect for a cozy night in. Order here.
Buns & Bao: The Taiwanese-inspired takeaway’s selection includes a ribeye sandwich and truffle bao burger. Order here.
Buns & Buns: Reinventing the popular bao, bringing flavours inspired by Istanbul’s spice bazaars and French bakeries direct to your doorstep. Order here.
Back to the much talked about Brickworks, which lies two floors beneath the iconic Barton Arcade building – one of the oldest surviving Victorian shopping arcades in the country. This astonishing space, having been derelict for years, has recently been restored to reveal all 10,000 sq ft of its remarkable archways and chambers.
The Brickworks will be transformed by Just Eat, for one night only, into an unforgettable dining room for the first foodie event to be staged there.
Just Eat Pop-Ups will be available to order in the delivery areas highlighted in red below.