On the corner of Tariff Street and Dale Street will sit a new restaurant and bar venture from the team behind The Lead Station in Chorlton.
Tariff & Dale will take on an urban kitchen physique with industrial innards where you can tuck into cool surroundings and freshly cooked cuisine. This Northern Quarter addition will serve all the craft beer and cocktails trimmings as well as home made foods with a simple, honesty to their culinary mastery. Italian influence reigns strong in their menu with authentic sour dough pizzas cooked in a clay oven and meats sourced of the highest quality. Choose from small plates, large plates, pizzas, salads and generous antipasti boards.
The cocktail offerings toy with classic inventions adding a signature twist so you can sup on your favourites with a fresh taste. The style of this diners den reeks rustic chic, perfect for hiding away some top rate nosh and liquors.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.80|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.80|
|Bottle of House Wine||£17.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£45.00|
A word from the chef:
Italian gastronomy at it's finest. Sourdough pizzas cooked authentically, Antipasti boards for exquisite grazing with large and small plates available.
A Northern Quarter nook with cool, industrialism on its side, I headed down to Tariff & Dale find out whether this raw new addition to the NQ could hold up with the areas neat standards and hipster hankerings. The Venue As you pass the...
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