Chorlton’s The Beagle is soon to be serving something a little different - as Manchester street food collective Guerilla Eats take over their kitchen to dish up its grub.
The conquest commences on Thursday 6th June, as each week a new member of Guerilla Eats serves up their specialities from The Beagle’s kitchen. They’ll be offering a selection of street food inspired exclusive cuisines from Tuesday to Sunday at the Chorlton pub, where you’ll already find a wholesome collection of British beers, continental drafts and helpful advice from the staff.
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The Beagle’s a relaxed setting, where rows of worn wood and burnished brass mix with the bric-a-brac décor. The bar’s Jonathan Heyes thinks its partnership with Guerilla Eats is a “match made in heaven; Guerrilla Eats will be bringing the great food and we’ll be supplying great drinks”.
Menus and traders will be announced every Monday via The Beagle and Guerrilla Eats websites, with the ever changing rota of vendors offering two or three dishes each a week.
Sarah Tarmaster of Guerrilla Eats also added: “The partnership with The Beagle is an amazing opportunity for Guerrilla Eats and for our traders. Coming into the kitchen allows our traders to up their skills, try out different styles of cooking and lets us incubate the phenomenal cooking talent that we have here in the North West.”