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A Spectacular 'Day Of The Dead' Dinner Party Is Happening At This Glitzy Manchester Venue

Dare to be there?

Not ones to lay low for too long, just a matter of weeks after their recent star-studded opening party, the guys over at Manchester's brand new Peter Street Kitchen have announced a spooktacular Day Of The Dead Dinner and After-Party.

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The latest extravaganza is set to be one for the scrapbook. Drawing on the Latin-American side of its dual heritage. for one night only the venue will become a terrifyingly beautiful Halloween haven under a new name - Peter Scary Kitchen (original guys, original ;))

Promising a night of "spills, chills and surprises" to its bounteous ticket holders, the venue have partnered with revered brand Moët & Chandon to gift guests with a welcome glass of bubbly to get those juices flowing before the party gets underway.

The night will go on to unveil a sublime selection of contemporary Mexican small plates, dishes from the already-famous robata grill and a selection of delicious signature cocktails - naturally.

And then, appetites sated it’ll be time to lay your inhibitions to rest and party into the dead of night (sorry) with live entertainment and DJs promised to bring the house down.

The ghoulish fest kicks off at 8pm next Friday 2nd November.

A few tickets are still available and priced at £65 - which includes the Mexican feast and of course a glass of champagne.

Fancy it?

Course you do!

Best be quick though - you can purchase yours over on the official website here or call the venue on 0161 835 8941 to secure your place.

Peter Street Kitchen is located at Free Trade Hall, Peter St, Manchester M2 5GP

Opening hours: 6-10.30pm Sunday - Wednesday, 6- 10.45pm Thursday - Saturday for evening dinner reservations.

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