B. Eat Street Has Officially Relaunched And Their New Gaff Is Incredible
Just LOOK at the place...
More eats, more booze and bigger beats
Ok, so we've been more than a teensy bit excited since Manchester's B. Eat Street announced they would be extending their Deansgate gaff this November.
The official press and VIP (among other glittery too-cool-for-school peeps) relaunch party was held on Thursday evening to welcome even more great eats, beats and booze - including the city's iconic dessert and 'freakshake' dive Black Milk Cereal.
All-new street vendors
Black Milk joined Blue Caribou Poutine and Freddie & Ava's wood-fired pizzeria and Italian at B.eat Street's newly-extended permanent home in Deansgate and they can now be enjoyed by anyone looking for refuge from that Winter cold...
The live music venue will be boppin' and keepin' it street every day of the week bar Monday (closed) from 11am-12am Tuesday to Thursday, 11am-2am Friday and Saturday and 11am to midnight every Sunday.
With resident DJs and special events, not to mention new boozy deliciousness from Bunny Jackson’s Juke Joint (pictured below) and the venue's all-new rum shack, it's set to be a regular hang-out now and in the coming months - especially given their cosy new additions...
Bunny Jackson's Juke Joint
Platforming live blues, rock and soul three days a week (catch the Cat's Pyjamas and other roof-raisers every Thursday, Friday & Saturday) these guys do whiskey like we've never tasted before. There's also an American pool and the possibility to sing along to Country Karaoke tunes at one of their special programmed events.
With a Caribbean vibe all-year round, this place offers indoor and outdoor heating to warm the cockles. You can expect a host of high-quality global rums here, as well as rustic fire pits and a palm tree filled shack full of tropical warmth to keep that summer sunshine in your heart and soul, whatever the weather!
The industrial event space and part-time art exhibit is now a full-time party place!
It's available to hire and use to hang out, looking cool and arty any time an event isn't booked - the opening exhibition is Flu Season by Harrison Edwards, fitting considering the impending and obligatory end-of-year sniffles.
Former glamour photo gallery Love Exclusive has also been transformed under the new renovation - it's now decked out with comfy seating, private dining rooms, recreational pool tables, board games and even darts, if you fancy a bit of competitive banter over a pint. Gigantic rustic fire pits now characterise the place - with its newfound cosy atmosphere.
Blast those Winter blues
So grab a mate, a free hot water bottle and some proper Italian grub from Freddie & Ava's (or get stuck into Blue Caribou's Québec-style poutine - you've not LIVED unless you've tried this dangerously dirty combo of squeaky cheese curd, gravy and fries.)
Top it all off with a cheeky tipple of whisky from Bunny Jackson's den and that Winter cold will be long forgotten...