For a limited time only, the penthouse apartments at the newly opened Moda Angel Gardens will play host to Manchester’s highest dining venue as the team from Higher Ground take residency for a series of unique supper clubs.
At 100m high, the pop-up is Manchester’s highest dining venue, as the Manchester Evening News headline pointed out, it’s even higher than 20 Stories, offering incredible views across the city and beyond. With just four dates available, the pop-up gives guests a one-off chance to dine in this stunning setting and capture what is sure to become one of the most iconic shots of Manchester.
Guests are enjoying welcome drinks with a view, as the sun sets over the city, before sitting down for a four-course meal served using fresh North West produce with a special selection of paired wines to accompany.
To date the pop up has played host to the press launch for the Manchester Food and Drink Festival, a number of the city’s influencers and some of Moda’s residents. Now the space is opening up to the public so they too can dine in sky and capture the most iconic view of the city.
Moda Angel Garden is Manchester’s next generation neighbourhood, bringing together hi-spec luxury apartments, hotel style services and enviable amenities, including a roof top sports pitch and cinema room.
Higher Ground, led by Joseph Otway and Richard Cossins, brings together artisanal North West ingredients, locally brewed beer and natural wines in a chilled out setting. Joseph, ex-Head Chef of Where The Light Gets In in Stockport and ex-Relæ in Copenhagen, will be in the open plan penthouse kitchen creating a daily changing menu, using fresh local ingredients sourced from handpicked North West famers and producers.
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