Great Northern Warehouse is sorting out your Easter plans with a whole host of food and drink offers, including a boozy cocktail keg,chocolicious sweet treats (a great alternative to the classic chocolate egg) alongside delicious tapas and screenings at Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film.

Alex’s Bakery

Famed for its buttercream cupcakes and loaded chocolate brownies, Alex’s Bakery, has launched a Mini Egg Easter Cake, lovingly created with vanilla sponge, strawberry jam, buttercream and packed with over 100 Mini Eggs. The perfect treat to share with family and friends over a coffee catch up this Easter. You can order your cake here.

Lane 7

Get the gang together and enjoy Lane7’s eggs-travagant special. The Easter Kegg, a keg filled with 24 servings of classic Cosmo cocktail for £130 (£5 per cocktail), all whilst you get competitive playing bowling, beer pong, darts and more at this neon graffiti covered venue. The limited-edition Easter Kegg can be purchased now until Monday 18 April. Pre-order a keg for your visit here.

Dormouse Chocolates

Fancy something sweet, that isn’t shaped like an egg this Easter? New for Easter 2022, award-winning chocolatier, Dormouse Chocolates, has created a temptingly tasty, Bunny Snacks Bar – a cinnamon spiced, dark chocolate swirled bar with carrot flavoured white chocolate and candied pumpkin seeds.

You can also pick up the chocolatier’s unique Eggs on Toast Bar, an award-winning bread and butter milk chocolate topped with a white chocolate fried “egg” – a tasty take on a breakfast classic and the perfect alternative to a traditional Easter egg! Shop the selection here.

James Martin

For the ultimate, Easter Sunday lunch, head down to James Martin Manchester to sample its Easter Bottomless Brunch. For £40pp, guests can enjoy free-flowing prosecco, draught Budweiser or Stella along with a classic corn-fed chicken or beef roast with all the trimmings. Book here to avoid disappointment.

Pong & Puck

Retro game lovers can head down to Great Northern’s brand-new entertainment venue, Pong & Puck, to take part in the ultimate Easter egg hunt. Three Easter eggs will be hidden around Great Northern Warehouse from 13:00 on Saturday 16 April and lucky finders will win uber egg-citing prizes, including a £100 bar tab at Pong & Puck.

Pong & Puck hosts a wide variety of activities from prosecco pong to shuffle board, so it’s the perfect destination for family get-togethers and work team nights during April. Book a slot here.


Treat the family to modern polish cuisine this Easter at Platzki. The Deansgate venue has launched a brand-new menu for the Spring season, featuring everything from Pierogi – classic polish dumplings with weekly changing fillings to its famous Platzki – a potato pancake with smoked mackerel and delightful whipped horseradish cream. Book a table here.

Grimmfest at The Odeon

For movie moguls, head to Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film, Grimmfest. Home to cinematic thrills and plenty of chills, Odeon, will premier horror movies over the Easter period. Grab tickets for the highly anticipated EGO, a brand-new psychological horror starring María Pedraza from Netflix’s Money Heist or enjoy The Cellar, the new Irish supernatural thriller starring Elisha Cuthbert. Book your tickets here.


If you’re after a chocolate fix, look no further than this summer’s must have desert, the ice cream cookie sandwich from Almost Famous. Available only at the famed burger restaurant’s Great Northern Warehouse venue. Imagine two freshly baked chocolate cookies, filled with Cheshire Farm ice cream and rolled in biscuit crumb. Oh and there’s a vegan option too!

Speaking of vegan options, Almost Famous launched their first meat free menu this April, featuring burgers such, BLAME IT ON THE VEGAN – a vegan cheeseburger topped with waffle fries, crispy vegan chorizo, jalapeno and onion, vegan bacon mayo, redneck BBQ and choula.


Accommodating picky kids over the Easter school holidays? Look no further than Evuna and let them choose their own meal from a wide variety of classic Spanish dishes. Guests can enjoy three tapas plates for just £15.50, served until 4pm Monday to Sunday.

The Book Nook

For creative kids and budding authors, The Book Nook, community library offers access to free books and provides a quiet place to stop off in the city centre. Open 10:00-19:30 every day throughout the Easter holidays, the Book Nook is complete with a children’s section making it the perfect stop off for parents with kids in tow looking for a cosy space to entertain the kids for free.

Fat Hippo at Lane7

Spice up your Easter at burger joint, Fat Hippo, located within Lane7 at Great Northern Warehouse. The April special is “Honey Side Up” featuring a feast of beef and chicken, honey, spice and all things nice! Double beef patty, American cheese, hot honey chicken strips, smoked bacon, lettuce, pickles and Fat Hippo sauce, served with Hippo dusted fries. Priced at £13.90. Book a table here.


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