This week we welcomed back The Ivy roof garden with an enviable brunch ahead of its official reopening on 15th April.
Popping in for an exclusive look around and a touch of breakfast, we managed to sneak a peek at all that’s in store for Manchester’s most exclusive dining spot for the upcoming summer months.
Boasting an opulent space adorned with greenery, and an air of luxury afforded by floor to ceiling windows looking out over Manchester’s most affluent district, we predict that The Ivy’s rooftop garden will be making waves throughout spring and well into Summer as Manchester’s most exclusive dining experience.
On the menu you can expect to find a selection of delights that will leave you feeling as pampered and as you will fortified. We were offered a selection of breakfast treats to choose from, which included delights ranging from Dairy-free ‘yoghurt’ with berries, crushed pistachio, chia seeds, basil and maple syrup, to Eggs Royale with Smoked Salmon, two poached hen’s eggs, toasted English muffins with hollondaise sauce and watercress.
Unsurprisingly, The Ivy roof garden carries with it the airs and graces that we’ve grown accustomed to expect from our new favourite mancunian haven. Encompassing a gardenesque aesthetic with touches of vibrancy shining through in each of the furniture choices and the homely vibe afforded by the fire pit and fireplaces built into the walls, you’d be forgiven for losing yourself momentarily in a Shakespearean dream while dining at The Ivy roof garden.
Arisen from your dream only by the shock of Manchester’s silver kingdom peering back at you through the roof garden’s glass perimeter, their iconic view of Spinningfields was disrupted in no small measures by the shock of the huge circus style tepee sitting outside ahead of this Friday’s reopening Super Party.
A spokesperson from The Ivy told us exclusively that, “As a thank you and to celebrate the re-opening of our beautiful Roof Garden, we will be hosting our Super Party at the restaurant on Friday, 12 April. Guests of the restaurant and the people of Manchester were asked to register their interest and we have tried to accommodate as many people as possible.”
The proceeds from the circus themed evening will be generously donated to The Firefighter’s Charity, as a thank you for their extraordinary help during The Ivy’s rooftop fire in January.