Join Manchester's Juno Birch, London's leading queens Tayce and Cara Melle, plus a few special guests as the Bougie Drag Bottomless Brunch takes over eden once again. That means food, unlimited bubbles and entertainment from lip syncs to catwalk competitions.
Best Reopening Parties In Manchester
To say that the last few months have been strange would be the understatement of the century, but thankfully that end-of-the-tunnel light everyone was banging on about is finally starting to whizz closer. From restaurants looking to welcome you back with delicious plates to the socially-distanced club calling your name fresh from lockdown, we've rounded up the best reopening parties in Manchester right here.
Have you missed Flight Club? Us too. The King Street favourite is back with their epic Manchester Brunch Social where prosecco, bottomless pizza and social darts come together to promise a buzzing weekend in the heart of the city.
Though it had to be rescheduled, Manchester Gin Festival is finally back on the cards. Expect over 100 different types of gin, 15 rums and bubbly alongside giant Jenga, live music and delicious street food to keep you going.
A rave in a box complete with pre-ordered drinks packages and space for up to eight guests from the same social bubble? Puffin Box is the ultimate club night bringing you a lineup that includes La Discothèque, So Flute and Funkademia. If you miss clubbing, then this one's for you.
Haven't been to Escape To Freight Island? Now's the time, because the new open-air space is Manchester's hottest opening. We're talking roller disco, karaoke and retro arcade games, as well as drinks from Camden Town Brewery, pizza from Voodoo Ray's and tacos from Madre. Oh, and did we mention that Homoelectric, Gilles Peterson and Norman Jay MBE are all on the bill?
Always a top choice for Insta-worthy neon scenes, punchy cocktails and putt putt action, Junkyard Golf Club is back and socially-distanced. Get ready for cashless payments, table service, single-use cups and a bookings-only system so that your night out runs smoothly.
Head to The Cotton Factory where all-day dining favourite Peru Perdu is teaming up with Veuve Clicquot for a spectacular drag queen brunch. Book your spot for Sunday 30th August, when you can expect a bank holiday extravaganza with South American bites, Champagne and performances from 11am to 4pm.
From date nights that don't involve arguing over the washing up to afternoons with flatmates that go beyond the confines of your house, it's time to get back on track with our list of all the restaurants and bars now taking bookings in Manchester.
While this might not technically be a party, the Eat Out To Help Out scheme means great things for the hospitality industry. Shake up your midweek munch with a trip to one of these restaurants where you can get 50% off this August.