Huge prosecco bar coming to Arndale’s new food hub

The £11m food court at Manchester Arndale is taking shape with the announcement of three new openings.

The FIZZ! Bar is taking up 1,300 square foot of the new space, flanked by a tapas restaurant and a burrito bar.

Tapas Revolution, the tapas restaurant group founded by Spanish TV chef Omar Allibhoy, will open its first outlet in Manchester, whilst Barburrito is already well accustomed to the city.

The 25,000 sq ft Halle Place development has capacity for a further seven new bars and restaurants, and hopes to add something different to the central shopping destination.

On behalf of the join owners Kannika Mall, asset manager at M&G Real Estate said:  "We are confident that Halle Place will become a popular and bustling, all-day dining destination for people from across the region and add to the appeal of this dominant city centre shopping environment.”

Morgan Davies, founder and CEO of Barburrito said: "As a Manchester based operation, we know the potential of this development very well and are delighted to have secured a prime unit within Halle Place".

Stuart Goulden

Lead Consultant