Ducie Street Warehouse presents a brand-new disco brunch series, with a new menu and DJs every Saturday, and an impressive finale brunch party hosted on the last Saturday of every month.
The disco brunch will launch on Saturday 26th February, featuring a new menu curated by Head Chef Andrew Green, which includes both savoury and sweet dishes.
Saturday is disco brunch time at Ducie Street Warehouse – and on the last Saturday of the month, the warehouse will present an elevated disco experience with a themed party paying homage to disco culture around the world; with inspired entertainment, alongside exceptional cocktails that will be exclusive to the party. The restaurant will be transformed into beautiful surroundings with sounds from the finest DJs from 1pm until 4pm, before the decks are moved back into the lounge where the party will continue.
February’s end-of-the-month disco brunch, and first of the party series, on Saturday 26th, is a nod to New York City’s glamorous brunch party scene, with a vogue performance from The Ghetto Collective, music from DJs Danielle Moore, Rebecca Never Becky and a live trumpet plus a special host. The warehouse will serve guests with exclusive NYC-inspired dishes, including a special Steak n Eggs, plus bottomless Cosmopolitan and New York Sours.
Launching at the party brunch later this month and taking pride of place on the menu thereafter, the savoury menu includes Tofu Scramble on Sourdough; Shakshuka; a signature Tower Stack complete with Grandad’s sausages, crisp dry cured bacon, Burford brown egg, melted American cheese and potato cake; Halloumi & Potato Cake Stack; Steak n Eggs; a special Rainbow Bagel, plus a variety of Eggs Benedict dishes and On Toast options which range from mushrooms, avocado, feta & chilli through to Burford Brown poached eggs with crushed avocado and sumac.
Sweet options include the evolutionary and Ducie Street Warehouse’s signature Gochujang Fried Chicken Waffles with maple sauce, peanuts, and sesame; Homemade thick pancake stack with maple syrup, blueberries, crushed pecans and lemon zest; Brioche French Toast and special Knickerbocker Glory with Northern bloc ice cream, Gooey cookie pieces, poached plums, whipped cream, cherries and wafers.
DSW disco brunch party is hosted at the restaurant every Saturday – with a selection from the menu available to order from the lounge. And on the last Saturday of every month, the warehouse will host an elevated themed brunch party with special entertainment.
The brunch menu is available from 11am until 4pm, priced at £40 per person, which includes bottomless Cosmopolitan or New York Sours, and a delicious brunch dish. The disco ambience will continue into the night, on Saturdays, with DJs playing all evening in the lounge.
To book a table for brunch visit: www.duciestreet.com/food-and-drink
All housed within the warehouse-chic surroundings of the Grade II listed building, Ducie Street Warehouse and its apart-hotel, Native Manchester, are right in the heart of the city centre – a hub of creative concepts with something for everyone.