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Kahlua Coffee House Opens In Manchester

The Market Restaurant changes function for one month only

Published on March 26th 2013.


Kahlua Coffee House Opens In Manchester
 

KAHLUA, the Mexican coffee liqueur company, has teamed up with Manchester's The Liquorists, The Coffee Circle and Teacup on Thomas Street to launch ‘Kahlúa Coffee House’. The cafe is apparently going to be 'inspired by the heritage of Veracruz, Mexico'.

Entry is by invitation or reservation and features bespoke cocktail menu designed by The Liquorists including the house signature Kahlúa Espresso Martini and the Afogato

From Friday 29 March to April 28 at 104 High Street in the Northern Quarter - the Market Restaurant site - the Kahlúa Coffee House will feature two floors of Mexican inspired coffee cocktails, food, film nights and a speak-easy style VIP room, Salon de Kahlúa hosted by cocktail masters The Liquorists.   

Swing aficionado Dr Sid will open the venue with a guest DJ appearance on Good Friday. The coffee house will be open throughout April with a series of free cocktail master classes, film screenings and surprise events.  

Cocktail and Coffee masterclasses with the Liqourists and Coffee Circle are free and include a signature Kahlúa Espresso Martini. Guests must be 18 or over to apply and spaces are limited. Bookings can be made at here or by contacting @KahluaUK on Twitter. 

Here’s what’s happening down at the Kahlúa Coffee House:

Downstairs - Kahlúa Coffee house opens 11am-midnight Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 11am-6pm the rest of the week (closed on Mondays). The menu here will be ‘Peckish’ – an original menu of game and poultry dishes and bar snacks created by John Quilter and the team behind award winning casual dining favourite, Teacup. Tasty treats include pigeon pockets with pomegranate seeds, sticky Kahlúa BBQ wings, bacon, chilli and toasted pecan brittle with ice cream and an espresso brownie with Kahlúa infused foam.

Upstairs – Salon de Kahlúa, the VIP event space opens Thursday –Saturday from 5pm til late (closed to public during cocktail masterclasses). Entry is by invitation or reservation and features bespoke cocktail menu designed by The Liquorists including the house signature Kahlúa Espresso Martini and the Afogato – a deconstructed White Russian served in a glass teacup and saucer with a scoop of vanilla ice cream soaked in hot Kahlúa and Absolut Vanilia. Thursday and Friday at 630pm and 830pm twice nightly FREE cocktail interactive master classes courtesy of the Liquorists and Coffee Circle.

Thursdays will also see the Salon de Kahlúa host a weekly FREE film screening at 8pm. The Big Lebowski - cult classic, in celebration of the White Russian; Frida - biopic, depicting the life of remarkable and controversial Mexican surrealist artist Frida Kahlo; Duck soup – the Marx Brothers classic anarchic comic masterpiece.

Admittance to the screenings is free of charge, no reservation required and offered on a first come first serve basis.

About Kahlúa

Kahlúa was first created in Mexico in 1936. Each bottle is still produced in Veracruz, Mexico where some of the world's finest coffee grows at high altitudes under the shade of citrus and banana trees. Kahlúa’s pure Arabica coffee is hand-selected, roasted in small batches and brewed. Then, it is combined with the warmth of locally-produced cane spirit and the vanilla and caramel to create the award-winning taste of Kahlúa.

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6 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

DavidMarch 27th 2013.

Do restaurants exist outside the Northern Quarter?.This is the modern version of the old boys network dressed up in casual jeans.Those with connections,those with the right Promoters get their opening featured.Those who are not,those who are in a less trendy part of the city and are not white and middle class,tend not to.This website totally fails to reflect the diversity of Manchester.

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AnonymousMarch 27th 2013.

I dont agree david. however if this website reflects anything its probably just the demographic of its readership.

AnonymousMarch 28th 2013.

Well it's better than it just being a website of reviews of chain bars and restaurants.

Anna SadokMarch 28th 2013.

Sounds interesting. So will the Market Restaurant return after this then?

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AnonymousApril 8th 2013.

Yes, this is a temporary take over during the Spring.

Mark.March 29th 2013.

lol what a pair of plonkers

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