The Northern Quarter is about to get its biggest ever roof terrace and it's going to be your new favourite hangout. Situated in the heart of Manchester, 33 Oldham Street is an impressive three-storey space with stunningly designed areas. Brought to you by Andy Smith, of Kendal Calling, Off the Record and Bluedot festivals, and partner Jason McGuire of Manchester Coffee, this multi-storey venture centres around a love of music.
Taking you from day to night, you'll find a coffee shop, workspace, lounge, screening room and roof terraces. The light and airy ground floor operates as a coffee shop by day and bar by night. Think award-winning coffee and snacks followed by sleek cocktails in the evening. Inspired by Japan’s famous omakase joints, the first-floor listening room draws on the intimate vinyl bars of Tokyo. The cosy lounge and workspace even transitions to a chic bar in the evening. Designed by Grammy-award winning record producer Steve Levine, the space also doubles up as a state of the art recording studio. Continue upstairs, where you'll find a stylish creative space and lounge, with a fourth floor housing the largest roof terrace in the area.