SALUT ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR 12th APRIL REOPENING AND WINE FLIGHTS

As spring begins, outdoor hospitality venues are set to reopen on 12th April and Manchester’s independent wine specialists, Salut, have announced plans to welcome back customers to their outdoor space and enjoy wine from their 400 strong collection plus their fabulous grazing menu.

Salut will have al fresco seating for up to 55 guests – with retractable awning to create a sheltered spot in the city centre perfect for sipping wine come rain or shine.

Alongside their usual extensive by-the-glass menu, the team have curated a new specially selected range of wine flights for the occasion so that guests can enjoy Salut’s famous tasting experience direct to their table. There’s four flights to choose from, with each collection consisting of three different 50ml wines and covering a range of styles including a new natural wine flight. It’s a perfect way to explore Salut’s extraordinary menu and designed for those much missed catch ups over a glass of great wine.

As usual, Salut will be serving great food to compliment from local suppliers like The Crafty Cheese Man & Holy Grain Bakery. The menu will include Salut’s renowned cheese, charcuterie and mezze platters as well as even more new vegan and vegetarian options.

Beers from Manchester’s best breweries as well as coffees, teas and soft drinks will all be served. Plus a new monthly-changing cocktail special – something the team have been experimenting with and refined during lockdown!

Until the inside can reopen, the seating will be walk-in only

Salut will be open seven days a week: Monday-Wednesday 10.30am-8.00pm; Thursday-Saturday 10.30am-9.00pm and Sunday midday – 8.00pm.

The Salut Wine Shop is home to an extraordinary collection of over 400 wines, all of which will continue to be available for takeaway, click and collect and delivery nationwide – check it out here.

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  1. It always looks a nice place especially in the sun. Sadly I’m not a wine drinker.

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