I don’t visit often enough, but I do love hanging out in Didsbury. I spent the perfect day over the summer with Gal Pal S, where we strolled down Burton Road, popping into the new ice-cream parlour, chocolatier and Volta (review here).
The award winning The New World Trading Company (NWTC) has revealed it will be bringing The Botanist to Didsbury. Expected to open in Spring 2017, the unique pub and restaurant will reside in the former JD Wetherspoons pub The Milson Rhodes, located on School Lane.
The 12th addition to The Botanist brand will cover a total of 4500sq ft. and offer guests botanical cocktails, world famous beers and ales as well as a handpicked selection of gins. Alongside its extensive drinks offering, guests can dine on food inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. The Botanist will also host live music with daily energetic evening gigs and lazy Sunday afternoon sessions with a real home-from-home atmosphere.
The New World Trading Company Chief Executive Officer, Chris Hill said “We are incredibly excited to bring The Botanist concept to Didsbury. We’ve had great success since our first opening in Alderley Edge back in 2012 and look forward to continuing this in our new location.”
The Botanist forms part of The New World Trading Company who recently celebrated a double win at The Publican Awards national ceremony, securing Best Employer and Best Managed Operator (2-50 sites).
The New World Trading Company (NWTC) is the proud operator of some of the most exciting brands in the UK restaurant and bar market, consisting of The Oast House (Manchester), The Botanist (Alderley Edge, Birmingham, Chester, Farnham, Knutsford, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Marlow, Sheffield & York) The Smugglers Cove and The Club House (Both Liverpool) and The Trading House (London & Glasgow). NWTC recently celebrated a double win at The Publican Awards national ceremony, securing Best Employer and Best Managed Operator (2-50 sites).
Keep your eyes peeled here for more exciting developments about The Botanist in Didsbury. In the meantime, hop on over to website here for more information: www.thebotanist.uk.com.