Turtle Bay Manchester set to reopen with a ‘Beachfront’ – Bookings Required

From 12th April Turtle Bay Manchester Oxford Road is set to open for outside bookings, serving Caribbean soul food and tropical cocktails on its ‘Beachfront’ and bookings are now open. Bookings are also open for inside dining from May 17th.

Serving up Caribbean sunshine from breakfast until dinner and bringing back its famous 2’4’1 cocktails, Turtle Bay Manchester Oxford Road offers the perfect Caribbean getaway while sun-soaked holidays are still off the agenda. The al fresco space is big on Turtle Bay’s unmistakable island vibes, offering an outdoor dining experience that sets it apart from the average local.

Turtle Bay fans can look forward to a tropical take on that long-awaited catch up with friends, and this time around, guests can also opt for a more casual experience and just enjoy a few drinks from the restaurant’s famous rum cocktail menu (all 2’4’1 during the brand’s much missed Happy Hour).  

Turtle Bay’s all-day food menu boasts a wide selection of Caribbean soul food and grazing options from their island-inspired breakfast dishes to the Jerk Pit BBQ; comforting curries to clean-eating inspired Buddha Bowls; plus an excellent range of burgers, beach salads and sides.

Turtle Bay is also home to one of the biggest vegan collections on the high street with incredible plant-based treats in abundance across the entire menu- from breakfast to mains, desserts and snacks.

The reopening of Turtle Bay will also see the return of their Bottomless Brunch every single day, providing plenty of scope for guests to make their social debut all week long. A two hour long Caribbean cocktail and brunching experience, the Bay’s Bottomless Brunch is a sunshine-filled catch up event like no other and includes unlimited tropical cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe, bellinis, prosecco or craft beer, all to a soundtrack of laidback reggae beats. It includes any brunch dish from the sunshine inspired Big Kingston Grill Down, to the infamous Vegan Yardbird or their twist on Avocado Smash, all for £27.50 per person. 

For those booking for just drinks, enjoying Turtle Bay’s famous Happy Hour is essential. Happening every single day (Sun – Thurs: 10am – 7pm & 9.30pm – close; Fri & Sat: 10am – 7pm & 10pm – close), guests can enjoy Turtle Bay’s Caribbean social experience whilst taking full advantage of the 2-for-1 cocktails and mocktails.

Cocktail highlights include the Reggae Rum Punch (Ve, Wray & Nephew, strawberry, grenadine, lime, pineapple & bitters), Koko Kolada (Ve, Koko Kanu, dark rum, pineapple juice & coconut milk), and the Side Chick Martini (White rum, passion fruit, vanilla, orange juice & prosecco shot), which is also great with vodka. 


Turtle Bay Manchester Oxford Road is open for outdoor bookings from 12th April and bookings for 17th May onwards are now being taken for inside the restaurant (up to 6 people):

While indoor areas at Turtle Bay restaurant remain closed, spaces are limited and reservations are required.

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