Ducie Street Warehouse will be launching a special Veganuary menu in January 2022 alongside their signature main menu of small plates and sharing food – and mid-week bookings can get 50% off.
Head Chef Andrew Green will present an all-vegan menu with a selection of plant-based dishes to make any Veganuary pledges easy to achieve. Highlights include crispy peanut cauliflower, sweet potato fritters, mafalde pasta ribbons, DSW vegan laksa, and to finish, poached winter plums.
The new vegan menu will be available all-day from Monday 3rd January until Monday 31st January. And, to help, they’re offering 50% off ALL food at the restaurant between Monday to Thursday (in January only) – online booking in advance is recommended.
Ducie Street Warehouse will, of course, continue its vibrant programming for 2022, by presenting music takeovers from Ad Hoc Records to showcase Manchester’s most exciting producers and DJs on Saturday 15th January. On Friday 21stJanuary, Borderless Grooves will bring music from all over the globe, from Turkish Disco, South African House and so much more.
Other wellbeing highlights in January include a collaboration with Rebel Book Club who will be supplying a selection of wellness books for guests to read in the lounge from Wednesday 5th January.
The 7.1 surround sound Mini Cini, will host a series of sound healing events with Talitha every Tuesday and Thursday in January, who will go through sound healing techniques and the power of sound healing. Sounds good to us.
Also back by popular demand is the weekly Pawpcorn every Monday – a dog-friendly cinema experience with lower sounds, more lit surrounding and toilet breaks to suit every furry guest at the warehouse.
Planning to get fit in 2022? Award-winning fitness studio, BLOK, housed in Ducie Street Warehouse, is offering a ‘January Replenish’. For £15, guests will get access to one class at BLOK and a £10 credit to spend on the day at Ducie Street Warehouse lounge.
All housed within the warehouse-chic surroundings of the Grade II listed building, Ducie Street Warehouse and its aparthotel, Native Manchester, are a hub of creative concepts with Something for Everyone.
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