London-based burger chain, Honest Burgers, and Indian restaurant chain Dishoom are set to open their doors in Manchester later this year, as they open in Manchester Hall on Bridge Street, Manchester City Centre.
Honest Burgers and Dishoom will open on the ground floor of the iconic Grade II listed building in Manchester Hall, the former Freemasons Hall.
The building underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment by a team of experts who preserved its historic features and gave nods to the history of the iconic building in the interiors.
The restaurants will be the second and third restaurants to open their doors in Manchester Hall since its renovation. The first restaurant was award-winning ‘Restaurant of the Year’, Masons Restaurant Bar, a Freemasons-inspired, authentically British restaurant, which has recently launched its brand-new summer menu.
It is an exciting time for Manchester Hall and Masons Restaurant as they are set to open their new rooftop terrace and boutique bedrooms, completing the full exquisite refurbishment.
Deepa Parekh, Director of Manchester Hall, commented:
“We’re proud to announce that Honest Burgers will be joining us at Manchester Hall to open up a restaurant in their first venture up North!
“The past couple of months have been an exciting time for Manchester Hall. We look forward to welcoming Honest Burgers and other businesses as Manchester Hall continues to develop into a go-to hub, with a variety of restaurants, in the heart of Manchester.
I know the whole team is excited for what the future holds.”
Manchester Hall has put itself on the map since it’s grand opening under a year ago and it continues to develop to become the go-to place in Manchester for dining, socialising, events and much more!