Situated in a beautiful Grade II listed building in Manchester's Northern Quarter, Cottonopolis oozes charm and sophistication. The building maintains many of its original features including the bare wooden floorboards where tailors once trod in their clogs. The interior décor is stunning, bespoke and luxuriously finished. There are four elements to choose from on the Japanese-inspired menu - Ice, Fire, Steam and Oil - and you can expect sashimi, pork yakitori, duck bao buns, vegetable tempura and katsu chicken amongst other small plates on offer. The drinks menu is compact and well thought out and features Czech tank beer, cocktails and a selection of sake.
Cottonopolis are set to become flagship Bar for Japanese craft lager Asahi and to celebrate, they have drafted in NYC legendary DJ Danny Krivit and commissioned a unique sculpture by Manchester based artist Lazarian.
On the 1st of December, Cottonopolis will mark the launch by inviting DJ, Producer, Remixer, Editor and one third of Body & Soul Mr Danny Krivit to bring a touch of New York disco to Manchester. Support will be provided by High Hoops and an array of Manchester’s best DJ’s who will be taking the party through until 3am. The party kicks off at 10pm with giveaways from Asahi throughout the night, it’s free entry so get down early to ensure you get in.
From Sunday the 14th of October Cottonopolis will be introducing their Sunday Roast Menu alongside the new Coravin Club.
The Roasts are all priced at £15 and will be available every Sunday from the 14th October from 12pm.
Alongside the Sunday Roast, Cottonopolis will be launching the new Coravin Club where they will offer a unique list of classic, rare and speciality wines by the glass. The wines will be chosen weekly and brought in limited quantities by the in house wine expert who will be on hand every Sunday to guide you through list.