I’m certainly not the first to put pen to paper (or digits to keyboard) following the opening of The Ivy's highly anticipated Spinningfields venue in November last year. I am, however, one of the few, it seems, to be reporting back without so much as a hint of scathing or scoffs of ‘style over substance…
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- Restaurant Bar
The West End's iconic celebrity hotspot has ventured outside of London to open its first Manchester location.
A stunning multi-faceted venue, the Spinningfields outpost follows in the tradition of the Ivy Collection, with an all-day modern British menu focussing on seasonal ingredients. Open seven days a week, there's plenty of opportunity to check out this café-style brasserie; with four floors accommodating more than 500 diners.
On the ground floor, you'll find the iconic Ivy Brasserie serving their well-known menu of British and European classics, including the ever-popular brunch. On the second floor, expect Ivy Asia; a gorgeous room of semi-precious stone floors, golden gilded ceilings, and lush jade colours. And to top it all off? A huge roof terrace which includes a retractable roof, fire pits and tonnes of greenery.
- Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar , Wine Bar
- Eating and Drinking , After Work Drinks , Date night
- Splash the Cash
- Smart casual
- No Minimum Age
- Background Music
- Booking required
Ivy Spinningfields, The Pavilion, Byrom Street, M3 3HG