Our new Manchester restaurant will be opening its doors on 5th March, following a two-week soft launch period in which customers can enjoy 50% off food.
Over the last few years Hawksmoor has developed a reputation as one of the UK’s best restaurants with its simple mix of dictionary-thick steaks cooked over charcoal, a wine list drawn from interesting small vineyards as well as big-name winemakers, and award-winning cocktails all served by lovely people who genuinely care about what they do. Hawksmoor sources all its meat from The Ginger Pig in Yorkshire, where Tim Wilson ethically rears traditional breed British cattle. His grass-fed beef is widely acknowledged to be the best in the country.
Based in the Victorian Courthouse building on 184-186 Deansgate, Hawksmoor Manchester is owners Will Beckett and Huw Gott’s first restaurant outside London. To be in with a chance of getting a reservation at Hawksmoor Manchester during the soft launch, from February 19th – March 4th, guests need to sign up at http://www.thehawksmoor.com/locations/manchester before midnight on 26th January and the instructions to book will be sent on Tuesday 27th January at 11 am.
Will: “It feels great, after years of trying to open a restaurant in Manchester and months of building works, tastings and anticipation to be finally on the verge of launching the restaurant. We really hope Manchester likes what we’ve created – really high standards of food, drink and service, but in a relaxed environment with none of the stuffiness that sometimes comes with fine dining.
“We’ve really got to know Manchester over these last few months and believe Hawksmoor will be a great addition to the dining scene in the city. We love the Courthouse, it’s proved to be the perfect location for us and we hope we’ve done it justice.
“Soft launches have worked really well at our restaurants in London, they give people a chance to come down and see what we’re all about and we’re hoping to see a lot of you and get your feedback before we fully open our doors on March 5th.”