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Hardman Square Pavilion is the home of the latest Ivy Restaurant, as part of the new development nicknamed “The Field”. It’s a celebration of green space, nestled in the heart of Manchester’s business district, with interlinked footpaths, planted areas and landscaped spaces with the pavilion being the main feature. Spanning across 4 floors, this new timber frame structure with “living walls” on the external elevations is the largest new restaurant to open in the UK in 2018, and has space for 535 covers. It features a ground floor brasserie, first floor private dining room, an 'opulent' Asian bar and restaurant on the second floor and a 'sumptuous' roof garden. The second floor features the group's first ever 'Ivy Asian' - a glam affair offering Asian-inspired cocktails, dishes like Wagyu beef and salmon teriyaki, and a 'show-stopping green, semi-precious stone floor, set against a striking antique gold mirrored bar, gold-gilt ceiling and luxurious Asian fabrics'.
|Timber superstructure erection duration (weeks)||7|