Bruntwood Works secures outdoor seating expansion at University Green
By Bruntwood Works
Bruntwood Works customers have secured a significant extension of the outdoor dining and drinking space on the Oxford Road Corridor’s University Green. The outdoor space at BrewDog Outpost and Takk has been transformed into an expansive al fresco destination overlooking the beautiful green spaces and squares that make up the University Green neighbourhood.
New outdoor furniture means more visitors can enjoy a refreshing pint from Brewdog’s list of award winning beers, a spread of their famous wings, or an artisan coffee, brunch and sweet treat by Takk.
As Manchester continues to enjoy outdoor hospitality in line with the national easing of lockdown restrictions, the evolution of this space by Bruntwood Works and The University of Manchester will be a welcome addition to the city centre’s European-style ‘plaza spirit’ already proving transformative for the hospitality industry.
For those thirsty for safe socialising in the sunshine, University Green provides the perfect south-of-the-city spot and with bookings and walk-in tables available, the destination should be high on the list of “Al Fresco April” priorities. What’s more, Bruntwood Works’ ever-popular Hatch sits opposite University Green for even more choice of independent bars and eateries.
Book an outdoor table at Brewdog Outpost online here.
University Green is a retail and leisure destination on Oxford Road developed in a partnership between leading property company Bruntwood Works and the University of Manchester. The neighbourhood continues to bloom with current businesses including Mowgli, BrewDog, Pret A Manger, Takk, Five Guys and YiFang Fruit Tea.
University Green is part of the vibrant growth area within the Oxford Road Corridor neighbourhood of Manchester. It's an area lined with universities, museums and galleries and is a centre for innovation and learning. Popular local hangouts include cultural institutions such as Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester Museum, Manchester Academy, Hatch and the Deaf Institute.