OPEN KITCHEN CAFE & BAR
AT PEOPLE'S HISTORY MUSEUM
Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester City Centre, M3 3ER
WHO ARE WE?
We have partnered with People's History Museum to bring a food revolution to Manchester City Centre. Taking over the museum's river side cafe and turning it into a sustainable, ethical, and delicious cafe and bar.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We work with a huge range of food businesses to source perfectly edible food that will otherwise go to waste, together with produce from locally sourced and ethical suppliers, and use this ever-changing mix of ingredients to create delicious all-day menus.
Sustainability goes beyond our food and drink; from 100% compostable takeaway packaging, to chairs made from rescued ocean plastic and crockery crafted from recycled plates using low-carbon production methods.
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WHAT DO WE SERVE?
Our breakfast menu is packed with classics that include 'Pasture For Life' grass-fed meat, chef-made vegan sausages and homemade granola bowls.
Lunch is a mix of fresh sandwiches, hearty mains and small plates.
Cocktails, organic wine, independent and locally sourced beer are served all-day.
A full range of non-alcoholic drinks are available. Along with gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options.
Winner of the Cultural Enterprise Awards, Green Award 2021 for our partnership with People’s History Museum.
As featured in The Sunday Times
‘Marina O’Loughlin: nine new restaurants I can’t wait to book’.
HERE'S WHERE WE ARE
Open Kitchen at People's History Museum
Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester City Centre
We’re just a 4 minute walk from Salford Central Station. If you’re heading to Deansgate you’re just a 6 minute walk away and that’ll take you to the heart of the city centre and all the best Manchester must-sees and dos within walking distance.
Open Kitchen Policy: Fly-posting & environmental damage
Open Kitchen is a sustainability organisation, and the environment is at the heart of everything we do. We define fly-posting as the placement of any promotional materials for any event, cause or organisation (posters, stickers or bills) that are put up without the permission of our management team. Fly-posting, particularly the use of stickers which use glue and plastics, cause environmental damage. It is Open Kitchen’s policy to ban anyone associated with an organisation that fly-posts within our cafe site. This policy is based on our wish to protect the environment, and is applied regardless of the content of the promotional materials.