Ducie Street Warehouse, the brand-new all-day bar & kitchen on the ground floor of the Grade II listed former Victorian warehouse, also home to Native Manchester, has announced its new menu for the indoor space, where socialising is the order of the day.

Ducie Street Warehouse is a place to bring people together again, as Head Chef Andrew Green has created a menu dedicated to sharing. A collection of ‘Bigger Plates’ take centre stage on the menu and are ideal for 2-4 people sharing, featuring  Rosemary roast whole lamb rump, minted greens and hispi cabbage; Miso glazed whole Sea Bass, with bok choi and ginger; a 800g tomahawk of Cheshire beef, with vine roasted tomatoes; Harissa spiced whole chicken, chick peas, roasted vegetables, lime; Baked ‘Ras-el-Hanout’ cauliflower, squash, wilted spinach, red pepper, topped with toasted seeds and curry oil; and finally a 1kg baked Camembert cheese, served with toasted sourdough, plum and fig preserve, and toasted walnuts.

For those looking to share a selection of small plates, highlights include Salt & pepper crispy calamari, wild garlic aioli and lemon; Chilli & coriander king prawns, Sriracha mayonnaise, finished with lime; Halloumi cheese flame, vodka, plum & fig compote, with toasted sourdough; Lobster macaroni cheese, with lemon and herb pangritata; Golden shakshuka, baked eggs, feta, coriander served with toasted local sourdough; and Local reared lamb koftas, with Beetroot hummus, khobez, crumbled feta, and pickled cucumber.

The new menu also includes snack sharers, salads, large plates and sides, plus a collection of Pinsa – Ducie Street’s signature artisan Roman flatbreads with San Marzano tomatoes, fresh basil and fior de latte cheese.

Finish off in style, as sweet plate highlights include Date Majool sticky toffee slice, drizzled with miso butterscotch, and served with chai seed ice cream; Avocado & coconut cheesecake, lime, chilli; Honey blossom white chocolate blondie, with raspberry sorbet; and a Sharing Plum & Pear Crumble, with clotted cream ice cream.

Revealing a new urban South-facing terrace in April, the true vision of the entire building will now start to unfold as its indoor restaurant, bar and lounge offering can be experienced, with an offering of food, drink, entertainment, resident DJs and a collection of curated takeovers across sounds, inspired arts and cultural pop-ups. For relaxed all day dining and drinking, Ducie Street Warehouse is a place to socially inhabit, and a place where there’s something for everyone.

The eclectic 24/7 space is home to the new 80 cover restaurant, outdoor terrace, and a bar and lounge that’s a place for work, play and everything in between. Also, on site, find Counter, the new deli; for hand crafted coffees, fresh baked pastries, hot and cold food prepared fresh in house daily, and a selection of beers, natural wines and canned cocktails – all to take out or take to your Native apartment.  Work hard and play harder at Ducie Street Warehouse: three private meetings, events and party rooms are also available to hire, as well as the mini cinema and Native Penthouses – all with food and drink package add-ons.

Towering above Ducie Street Warehouse, with its cast-iron columns and exposed brickwork, is the award-winning Native Manchester aparthotel, with all the benefits of apartment living coupled with the service and flexibility of a hotel. Independent fitness studio BLOK also features in the fabric of this original space, delivering a world class fitness experience.

Book your restaurant table for Ducie Street Warehouse here open from 9am until late daily, food service times as follows:

Mon – Thu – 12-3pm / 5-9pm

Fri – 12-3pm / 5-9.30pm)

Sat – 9-12pm / 12-4pm / 5-9:30pm

Sun – 9-12pm / 12-8:30pm

The terrace and lounge will always be open for walk ins, ensuring there’s always space for locals, natives and passers-by alike! Counter will open 8am-5pm daily. To stay at Native Manchester book here and if you’re travelling in a group, in line with COVID regulations, call to discuss Native’s interconnecting apartments.



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