Beautiful Botanical Rooftop Garden And Street Food Market Planned For Old Car Park

Published . By Kay Field.

A render of what the rooftop venue will look like. 

Roofff, a new outdoor dining development, is set to raise the roof on Manchester’s food and drink scene. The new rooftop food hall and botanical sky garden is planned to open in Deansgate later this year, located on the 10th floor of First Street’s Q-Park car park. Spread out over 11,000 square feet, the mammoth space will feature a fairy-lit tropical garden as well as a stunning wood decking and vine-covered pergola, offering 360 degree views of the city skyline.

Roofff will also house a whopping 3 bars and 8 restaurants, serving a variety of Japanese cuisine, fresh seafood, steaks, all-day breakfasts and desserts, whilst 2 of the food outlets will be filled with regularly rotating pop-ups, supporting emerging local chefs and start-ups. A range of communal tables, small booths and intimate banquettes will also be positioned underneath the floral-laden pergolas and outside amongst the verdure. Whilst plans are still in motion, there have also been discussions about hosting regular live music and entertainment evenings. 

Roofff will be situated on the 10th floor of Q-Park car park on M15 4FN. Whilst no exact opening date has been announced, it is expected to open before the end of the year.