High hopes for new restau­rant

Manchester Evening News - - NEWS -

MANCHESTER’S high­est restau­rant will open soon in Spin­ning­fields - and its name has been re­vealed.

20 Sto­ries will be 100m up in the sky, com­plete with a rooftop restau­rant and gar­den ter­race at the very top of the new No. 1 Spin­ning­fields of­fice build­ing.

Own­ers D&D are look­ing for a big name to lead the new ven­ture - and has a record of bag­ging Miche­lin stars at some of its other brands, such as Launce­s­ton Place and An­gler in Lon­don.

The 9,500 sq ft space will also boast a ‘sub­stan­tial’ out­door ter­race with panoramic views over the city which de­vel­oper Al­lied Lon­don is billing as ‘Manchester’s most glam­orous op­er­a­tion yet.’

The restau­rant is sched­uled to open next Fe­bru­ary, ac­cord­ing to the D&D web­site. They will also be joined on Spin­ning­fields by The Ivy, which is plan­ning to open a brasserie in the city next year.

Al­lied Lon­don is also pro­gress­ing with plans for ‘new ur­ban oa­sis’ The Field - which is un­der con­struc­tion in the mid­dle of Hard­man Square.

At the heart of The Field is a four-storey, tim­ber-framed build­ing known as The Pav­il­lion.

No.1 Spin­ning­fields

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