Burgers and beer? It's bound to be a Runaway success.
MANCHESTER'S very own Runaway Brewery will be joining forces with Honest Burgers at its new Manchester restaurant, taking over the top floor and roof terrace.
The burger joint is due to open on Bridge Street within Manchester Hall next month, after a brief pop-up at Northern Monk Refectory in the Northern Quarter.
Founded in London and with branches around the country, Honest is known for its 100 per cent beef patties, made in its own butchery and served medium rare, as well its their rosemary salted chips.
Runaway already has a taproom within its brewery on Dantzic Street, beneath the railway arches.
At its taproom residency on Bridge Street (inside the former Garage bar), it'll be offering four of its own beers on rotation, as well as a special collaboration brew with Honest Burgers. Honest Pale is described as a refreshing pale ale designed to complement the menu.
Honest Burgers has also created a Manchester-exclusive burger for the site, topped with a molten beer cheese sauce made with Runaway's smoked porter.
Mark Welsby from Runaway Brewery said: "When we heard Honest were coming to Manchester our mouths were already starting to water - but getting to join them in their new space on Bridge Street is a real privilege.
"The top floor of the new restaurant is a cosy, intimate space, with a great outdoor terrace - really reminiscent of our taproom down at the brewery - so it's going to be a home from home!
Tom Barton, co-founder of Honest Burgers, added: "Wherever we're lucky enough to open a new restaurant, collaboration with local, independent operators is key for us.
"We're big fans of Mark and the team at Runaway and it felt like the perfect fit for the taproom."
Honest Burgers will open on Monday April 15 at 36 Bridge Street. The Runaway taproom will launch on Thursday April 18 and will be open between 5pm and 11pm on Thursdays and Fridays, and from midday until 11pm on Saturday.
Burgers, fries and beer will be on offer in Bridge Street
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|Publication:||Manchester Evening News (Manchester, United Kingdom)|
|Date:||Mar 29, 2019|
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