The Fitzgerald 1920s Secretive Speakeasy
11 Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DB
Happily Affordable ££
Type of Venue

What they say:

Now open, The Fitzgerald is a 1920s style speakeasy overlooking Stevenson Square in the heart of The Northern Quarter. Brought to you by the innovative bar gods who created Rosylee Tearooms, Tusk, Hula and more, it's not surprising that this new bar is set to be one unique and popular bar. Accessed via its own secretive side street entrance, this elegant new eatery and cocktail lounge above Rosylee Tearooms looks set to bring some Great Gatsby glamour to the NQ, with crystal chandeliers, elegant furnishings and classic cocktails. But shh, tell nobody - ok? 

What we say:

We love anything with an air of mystery here at DesignMyNight, so The Fitzgerald looks right up our (side) street. The bar's connection to the lovely Rosylee Tearooms give it a real stamp of quality, and from the sneak peek that we've  already had of the venue we can assure you that this is all set to be one classy joint and one of the most exciting new bars in the Northern Quarter. We're excited to take a step back in time to 1920s America, complete with bar staff attired in flapper dresses and waistcoats, and perch ourselves on the vintage furniture whilst sipping on some real quality cocktails.