Rust & Stone
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- Restaurant Bar
Pushing the boundaries of the ever-expanding health food and drink market, Rust & Stone offer the people of Manchester an array of biodynamic wines. Creating in the most imaginative ways, these head-scratching concoctions are said to provide the ultimate cleanse of one's internal being.
Rust & Stone is based in the heart of Manchester's Spinningfield area, in the former lodgings of the Long Bar and Haig Club unit near The Lawn. As the city's latest yoga inspired café, healthy living is their main focus. With a refreshing, serene interior and easy-going, mellow music, it's easy to find your zen here.
The food and drink menu is the main attraction at this cosy spot. Chef David Gale has produced a fascinating menu, composed of raw meats, organic greens and a number of fresh, foamy soap creations. But the real focus is on their mystical-manure wine list. These creations are produced using a range of bizarre techniques and process, and perfectly bring together ripe fruits and delicious vegetables. Helping with sluggishness, body pains and general wellbeing, you'll feel like a new person after a visit to this open air café.
- Happily Affordable
- No door charge
- No Age Restriction
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Rust & Stone, Rust & Stone Hardman Square M3 3EL