Doing good and eating out in Manchester just became a lot easier as this huge new complex opens, with the aim of supporting the homeless. Helmed by Oliver Wilson (son of Factory Records founder Anthony Wilson), Peacemeal is a new Ancoats space that incorporates a restaurant, bakery, studio, and rooftop garden in one plot, with 1/4 of the staff being homeless.
The restaurant will be knocking out all sorts of goodness, with the menu using seasonal and local produce, as well as ingredients grown on the rooftop garden. There will also be a bakery and guest chefs will be popping in to create a 'one pot' daily special. Come evening, the lights will go down low and top DJs will take over the decks, providing a cool after-work drinking spot. And it doesn't stop there; on the second floor, there's a studio which will host classes in the likes of yoga and meditation.