The Ivy Spinningfields introduces CBD cocktails and evening set menu

Adam Lowe

The Ivy Spinningfields’ new drinks menu features relaxing CBD-infused cocktails and its first evening set menu – available from Thursday 6 January until Thursday, 10 February only.

Stress-free Sipping

The restaurant’s new Stress-free Sipping drinks offering includes a selection of low or no-alcohol beverages infused with natural CBD adaptogens, designed to boost the mood, enhance relaxation and reduce stress levels. These include Trip CBD Infused Coolers (from £5.75), an alcohol-free, refreshing, sparkling serve with 15mg of premium CBD, available in two flavours, and The CBD Spritz (£8.75), an alcoholic option using the Trip Peach & Ginger CBD, Aperol and Prosecco for a unique take on the classic Aperol Spritz.

For beer lovers, the Lucky Trip Shandy (£5.75) features Lucky Saint 0.5% abv Lager and Trip Elderflower & Mint, making for a fantastically light and guilt-free shandy.

Set menu

The Ivy Spinningfields will celebrate the start of 2022 with the launch of a new set menu available in the evenings for the first time until 10 February. Guests can now enjoy two courses for £28.95 or three courses for £34.95, with classic dishes such as The Ivy cured salmon, the blackened cod fillet and the chocolate bombe set to delight visitors in the new year.

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The new Evening Set Menu will be available from 6:30pm, Sunday to Thursday, until Thursday 10 February, in addition to the regular lunchtime set menu, which recently relaunched for the new year.

About The Ivy Spinningfields

The Ivy Spinningfields offers Mancunians a totally new dining experience set across four fabulous floors in the city’s financial district. The restaurant 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 featuring fire pits and lush foliage on the top floor. The Ivy Spinningfields occupies an impressive, timber framed space within a new development, The Pavilion, surrounded by greenery yet located in the heart of the city.

Situated on the ground floor is a traditional Ivy brasserie, open all day, seven days a week, serving modern British classics to suit all occasions. All-encompassing menus feature a variety of dishes including truffled orzo pasta, lobster linguine and slow-cooked lamb shoulder.

On the first floor, The Dalton Room is available for those seeking a more exclusive experience, accommodating parties of up to twenty seated guests. The private room is available to book seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as standing receptions. With its floor to ceiling glass walls, guests are able to enjoy natural lighting and views across Spinningfields.

The second floor of The Ivy Spinningfields is the first ever Ivy Asia – a glamourous bar and restaurant, serving Asian inspired cocktails alongside dishes such as Wagyu beef with truffle sauce, salmon fillet teriyaki, and avocado, crispy tofu, lime and ginger dressing. The entire floor is illuminated with a show-stopping green, semi-precious stone floor, set against a striking antique gold mirrored bar, gold-gilt ceiling and luxurious Asian fabrics. The Geisha Room, a stunning private room with bespoke mirrored artwork, is also available to hire privately.
On the top floor is Manchester’s first Roof Garden. With a fully retractable roof, the spectacular space is open all year round. Guests can enjoy food and cocktails alongside an abundance of planting, greenery and foliage, roaring fire pits and colourful fabrics, all creating an enchanting oasis in the heart of Manchester.

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Reservations can be made for all floors, whilst walk-ins are welcome for those wishing to experience either the Ivy brasserie, Ivy Asia or Roof Garden.

The restaurant’s General Manager is Kate Cooper, whilst additional senior members of the team include Steve Scoullar as Senior Head Chef, Jason Annette as Head Chef and Luke Mason as Bar Manager.

More information


The Ivy Spinningfields The Pavilion, Byrom Street, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3HG
Reservations: 0161 503 3222
Website:│Instagram: @theivymanchester

Opening times

Ivy brasserie opening times: Monday to Thursday: 11:30am to 2:00am
Friday: 11:30am to 3am
Saturday: 9am to 3am
Sunday: 9am to 1am

Ivy Asia opening times: Monday to Wednesday: 5pm to 11pm
Thursday to Sunday: 11:30am to 11pm

Roof Garden opening times: Monday to Sunday: 11:30am to 11pm

Private dining

Private dining enquiries:
The Dalton Room: Seats 16 on one table or 20 across two round tables (first floor)
The Geisha Room: Seats 12 on one table or 20 across two round tables (second floor, Ivy Asia)

About Adam Lowe

Adam Lowe is an award-winning author, editor and publisher from Leeds, now based in Manchester. He runs Dog Horn Publishing and is Director and Writing Coordinator for Young Enigma, a writer development programme for LGBT young people. He sometimes performs as Beyonce Holes.