Peaky Blinders Bar And Restaurant Is Now Open!


· Peaky Blinders Manchester is now open on Peter Street

· Bar and restaurant inspired by the TV Show and the whole 1920s era

· Set across two floors and with 200+ covers

· Food provided by Ocean Treasure 23 restaurant in new partnership – full Chinese cuisine upstairs and Dim Sum bar food downstairs

· Signature speakeasy cocktails inspired by the show

· Live music on the Peaky Blinders stage from some of Manchester’s best loved artists

After a warm welcome from Tommy Shelby and his gang, Peaky Blinders Bar and Restaurant is now open!

After a stunning renovation, the old Sakana site on Peter Street, has been completely transformed into a grand, 1920s, speak-easy style drinking hall complete with a huge bar, plush leather booths, beautiful wall murals depicting characters from the show, art deco light fittings and a big balcony live music stage overlooking the whole venue.

The bar, restaurant and live music venue is, of course, inspired by the Peaky Blinders TV series and the whole era from which the show takes its name - ‘Peaky Blinders’ were in fact a real urban youth gang active in Birmingham around the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Peaky Blinders Manchester incorporates plenty of key elements from the show including character stills, and décor – fans can expect to feel like they’re immersed in the Peaky Blinders experience – above all though, Peaky Blinders sets out to be a warm, welcoming, enjoyable place to be.

The venue is carefully designed and inspired by the whole period. Fuss free and atmospheric –guests will be greeted by hosts in Peaky Blinders period uniform, who will ensure that they feel part of the experience from the off.

Beer will be served in tankards and gorgeous, expertly created cocktails inspired by the show will be served in vintage glassware, alongside contemporary favourites too.

The ‘Monaghan Boy’ comes with a smoky silhouette of Thomas Shelby on top, whilst other house signatures include Naughty Ada (a vigorous and juicy mix, just like the dissenting Ada); The Irish Traveller (Peaky Blinder’s Irish twist on an Espresso Martini) and Aunt Polly (a refreshing fizz cocktail to make you feel like the real boss of the Peaky Blinders, Aunt Polly). Plus, there’s cheeky and charming concoctions like By Order of the Peaky Blinders, Just Smoke and Trouble, Graces Secret and Whisky is a Good Proofing Water (because as the Peaky Blinders say “Whisky is a good proofing water; it tells you who’s real & who isn’t”).

Happy Hour runs from Sunday to Friday 4-7pm when all signature cocktail and double G&Ts are £5, draught beer and cider is £3.50 and Prosecco is £20 a bottle.

Live music provides a grand party soundtrack to the proceedings from Thurs to Sunday brought to the magnificent Peaky Blinders stage by some of Manchester’s finest local, independent artists and DJs including Izzy Walsh, The Lucy Mae Trio and Will Tramp.

Food comes courtesy of Ocean Treasure owner Simon Yip (part of the established Chi Yip supermarket and wholesale group). Ocean Treasure, who were operating in the Sakana building before the transformation, have partnered with the new owners and are serving their acclaimed Chinese cuisine upstairs in the restaurant as usual. Simon and his renowned team have curated a beautiful menu of small plate Dim Sum for customers who wish to dine downstairs in the bar.

A new city centre hideaway is here - by order of the Peaky Blinders!

Peaky Blinders is open from 12noon until 2am daily.


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