Manchester’s Corn Exchange is set to once again become a leisure and dining destination as its onsite brands begin to reopen from this weekend.

Saturday 4 July will see the reopening of stylish bar and kitchen, Banyan, Berlin-inspired Doner Haus and authentic, family-run Italian restaurant Salvi’s, while Mowgli and Cosy Club will follow on 6 and 8 July respectively.

The Corn Exchange’s remaining resident brands, which include Escape Hunt, Gino’s, Pho, Pizza Express, Roomzzz, Tampopo, Vapiano, Wahaca and Zizzi, are then set to reopen to the public from mid-July onwards.

Ahead of reopening, the site has worked to implement appropriate measures such as social distancing and a one-way system to ensure visitors can dine, relax and socialise in safety. What’s more, each brand is introducing individual procedures including prior booking and reduced guest capacity in order to meet government guidelines.

For those looking to dine in style at home, Doner Haus and Gino’s are offering takeaway and delivery from the 2nd and 15 July.

Liam Mooney, General Manager at Corn Exchange Manchester, said: “We’re excited to safely once again welcome visitors to our mouth-watering mix of brands, which will begin to reopen from this weekend. The teams onsite have worked hard to introduce measures to keep colleagues and guests alike safe while at work or play and we’re all looking forward to being a key destination for those visiting Manchester city centre.

“Opening hours and booking arrangements will vary between brands, so check online before arriving to make sure you can attend. We’ll be closely monitoring Public Health England’s advice and will be reviewing the guidance regularly to ensure the site is as safe as possible.”

For more details on booking and visiting any of the onsite brands and for further information on the safety measures in place, please visit the Corn Exchange website.

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