It comes after the team beat five other pop-ups to be crowned the winner of Allied London’s The Kitchens start-up competition at Manchester’s Spinningfields development.
Now Bangers and Bacon has evolved in to Beastro, a new all-day offering opening on 8 April.
The 45-cover restaurant will serve a grab-and-go breakfast and lunch menu including a ‘grown-up’ sausage roll; buttermilk pancake stacks; and hot roast sandwiches.
In the evening the restaurant will open up a six-cover chef’s table, and serve dishes such as 35-day aged beef; pork rillettes – shredded pork infused with sage and apple served with sourdough; and beef tagliata salad.
Beastro is the brainchild of chef Richard Brown and James and Heather Taylor from the Bobby’s Bangers sausage brand.
Brown previously cooked at the Michelin-starred Juniper in Altincham before it closed, and launched street food brand Shake, Moroc and Roll in 2014.
The trio were among six other pop-ups to land a spot in The Kitchens last year. The year-long competition saw traders judged on the turnover and success of the brand, with the winner awarded a five-year lease and continued support from developers Allied London.
“[Allied London] gave street food operators a chance to test out ideas, and spent a year advising and organising us," says Brown.
"Now it’s time for us to show everyone the fruits of our labour and we can’t wait to get started!”