Ducie Street Warehouse is proud to announce a special collaboration with Bread Flower, a bagel shop and florist concept, established by two friends in 2020 – Maya Black and Scarlett Jamieson – as they combine their love of sourdough baking and floral design.
Hosted at Counter, within the contemporary Ducie Street Warehouse, Bread Flower is taking over the space every Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 2pm.
Counter will be filled with fresh flowers and sourdough bagels. The freshly baked, hand-rolled sourdough bagels are available as sandwiches to eat in or takeaway. The bagels are also available to buy by the dozen or half dozen with pots of flavoured schmear (cream cheese). Flowers will be available to buy in single variety bunches and mixed arrangements, and larger bouquets will be available to pre-order from the Bread Flower website.
The bagel menu will include a new bespoke menu for Ducie Street Warehouse, including Smoked salmon with caper and schmear; Carrot lox (vegan smoked salmon) with dairy-free caper and dill schmear; Pastrami with mustard and pickle schmear and fresh rocket; and a Rainbow veggie bagel with beef tomato, avocado, cucumber and beetroot schmear. Toasted bagels, bagels by the bag and schmears are available too.
A selection of flowers will be available and change monthly from single variety bunches such as Tulips, Anemones, Rose, Eucalyptus, to bouquet arrangements, vases and cards.
The Bread Flower takeover at Ducie Street Warehouse is part of a food concept collaboration series that will be hosted across the warehouse space throughout 2022.
The Counter also serves drinks, such as teas, and coffees from Manchester based speciality coffee roasters, Blossom Coffee Roasters. Next to the Counter, is the Pantry which offers a wide selection of beers, wines and canned cocktails, as well as snacks and artisan food cupboard – perfect for guests to grab when staying at the aparthotel upstairs.
All housed within the warehouse-chic surroundings of the Grade II listed building, Ducie Street Warehouse and its aparthotel, Native Manchester, are right in the heart of the city centre – a hub of creative concepts with something for everyone.