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The Private Room at RBG

Some dates still available for festive celebrations – including New Year's Eve

Published on December 3rd 2010.


The Private Room at RBG

RBG on John Dalton Street is one of Manchester's most popular restaurants, and its Private Room is one of the city's most exclusive venues for hire. A Christmas celebration here will stand out in anyone's calendar of festive events, and there's still some dates free in December. Including the big one – New Year's Eve.

We think it would make for a smashing party. The food is raved about, and the place itself out-styles many other contenders without seeming to try. The Private Room offers ultimate privacy by occupying the entire second floor of the restaurant, with its own reception area and cloakroom facilities, cocktail bar and service kitchen. It can accommodate functions from anything between 10 and 100 guests.

They'll serve canapés and cocktails, and there's top-of-the-range AV equipment for a DJ. Or you can enjoy a more intimate affair with dinner, fine wines and cheeses.

RBG has a set lunch menu for £21.50 and a dinner menu for £29.50. They'll treat you to a glass of Prosecco on arrival for a sparkling festive start.

You can add wine-tasting or a cocktail masterclass to your event – RBG's knowledgeable bar team will get your evening started with hands-on tuition to make your own cosmopolitan or mojito. There's also a Champagne List, exclusive to the Private Room, which you might want to peruse.

You can make the Private Room exclusively yours for lunch or dinner. There's only a few dates left for December – so book now if you're interested. New Year's Eve is still available.

To book, contact Cherryl Pinnington on 0161 839 1999 cherryl.pinnington@ircplc.co.uk

To find out more about The Private Room, click here.

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