Booth Street eatery, 1761, has joined the Foodinate revolution. The restaurant, which specialises in modern British food and drink, has teamed up with the social enterprise to help address the problem of poverty and homelessness in Manchester by pledging to fund a free hot meal for every meal sold on Mondays and Tuesdays. In signing up to the campaign, 1761 joins the ranks of five other Manchester restaurants also working with the organisations, including Crazy Pedro's, The Lead Station, George's, Tariff & Dale and Proove.
While most Foodinate partner restaurants elect 3 to 6 dishes to be included in the campaign, 1761 have offered to donate for every single starter, main course and dessert on their menu. The 130-cover restaurant has been matched with local community support centre Mustard Tree who already offer provisions and skills training to those left homeless or living in poverty.
Help fund a meal for a local person in need by ordering any starter, main or dessert from the 1761 menu every Monday and Tuesday. The restaurant can be found at 2 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4AT.