Tariff & Dale opening in Manchester

By Sophie Witts contact

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Tariff and Dale occupies a 4,000 sq.ft warehouse
Tariff and Dale occupies a 4,000 sq.ft warehouse

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The team behind Manchester’s The Lead Station have opened a second restaurant and bar in the city’s Northern Quarter today (8 May).

Tariff & Dale will occupy a 4,000 sq.ft converted Victorian warehouse and serve as a ‘cheeky little brother’ to its counterpart site.

An upstairs bar area will serve cocktails, UK draught craft beer and ale, imported cans and bottles, and a wine selection.

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Diners will be able to watch their food being prepared in an open kitchen in The Basement.

Head chef Chris Vernazza, who has previously worked under Tom Kerridge at The Hand and Flowers in Marlow, has created a menu of ‘accessible’ classics, specials, charcuterie boards, salads, and pizza from a wood fired oven.

“The philosophy is accessible excellent food; understandable and humble yet executed with passion and flair,” said Vernazza.

“I have sourced from as close to Manchester as possible but most importantly sort out great ingredients. After all, local lemons are difficult to find.”

The design of the site pays homage to its industrial roots, featuring an original cotton bailer in the entrance lobby.

Tariff & Dale opens on 2 Tariff Street, Manchester, M1 2FF from 5pm on 8 May.

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