New bar and restaurant is due to open in Manchester’s gay village in August.
A new bar and restaurant is due to open in Manchester and will create around 50 jobs, the Manchester Evening News has reported. MCR42 hopes to follow on from the success of its sister site, Tea 42, in the Northern Quarter.
The new establishment will be spread over two floors will take the place of Mongolian Grill on Chorlton Street. A drinks lounge will occupy the ground floor, whilst diners will enjoy food on the second.
Will Hannah, co-founder of Tea 42 and MCR42 said: “MCR42 is an extension of Tea 42.
“In that respect, what we’re retaining is an extremely high quality of delicious and creative dishes, coupled with a stunning backdrop that is still welcoming and relaxed.
“But we’re also putting a little twist on it. We will continue to offer a large gluten free and vegetarian menu.
“We are absolutely thrilled to be moving into the area – a cultural hub rich with entertainment, music and heritage.