Caffeine & Co. Set To Open Two New Manchester Venues.
Here at DesignMyNight we love our coffee, so much so that we have tried just about everywhere that the streets of Manchester has to offer. One of our favourite spots, and a nice alternative to the over-crowding of big coffee companies, is the independently run Caffeine & Co just off John Dalton Street. This cosy coffee shop makes delicious homemade cakes, biscuits and sandwiches from scratch - a perfect place to escape your crazy mid-week stresses. But alongside their daytime offering, Caffeine & Co. are soon to be taking on the late evening Manchester nightlife as well; bringing their expertise to the Manchester bar scene.
Caffeine & Co. are set to make a big impression on the Manchester nightlife
It may have risen from humble beginnings, but Caffeine & Co. are about to make their mark upon the streets of Manchester. Owners, Claire and Phil Howells, have confirmed plans to broaden their reach, stretching to the outskirts of Chorlton in Longford Park and most excitingly right here in Spinningfields. Though it's being referred to as a pop-up bar, we have a slight feeling that it's here to stay.
Caffeine & Co. are set be one of the best quirky bars in Manchester
The Spinningfields outlet will be in Quay House, and is surely set to flourish amongst the already established Spinningfields Bars. The new venue will produce a fuller food menu and evening meals with booze - something we know a thing or two about! Special craft beers and tasty wine will be just some of the brilliant new additions to a unique late night dining experience.
Longford Park will open mid-June and will come complete with new features such as an open space to watch the chefs create their culinary delights. Spinningfields' venue will follow two weeks later and will be their biggest opening yet.
The new venue will be the latest addition to the Spinningfield bars in Manchester
Phil Howells described what he wanted to achieve, saying “we have a tagline that will run at the bottom of our menus. It reads 'Real Bread, Slow Food, Great Coffee' and that kind of sums it up. It’s vital that we make everything ourselves"
Manchester's summer weather may be disappointing, but at least we'll have two new places to keep warm - just in case!