Manchester Professionals’ Dinner Club – MONDAY 4 JUNE 2018

  • When: June 4, 2018 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Where: 1761 & LILLY’S BAR, 2 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4AT
  • Summary: We are delighted that our next Dinner Club is being held with our friends at 1761 and Lilly’s Bar, an independent, British restaurant passionate about fresh, seasonal and locally sourced British food and a fabulous basement Bollinger Bar to Booth Street.
  • Details:


    P R O F E S S I O N A L S’   D I N N E R   C L U B

    MONDAY 4 JUNE 2018

    TIME: 6.00pm for 6.30pm

    VENUE: 1761 & LILLY’S BAR, 2 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4AT

    COST: £40.00+VAT (Includes a welcome drink, three course meal and half a bottle of wine)

    Named 1761 as this is the date that signifies the birth of the Industrial Revolution in Manchester and saw important developments such as the opening of the Bridgewater Canal which is often described as England’s first canal.

    Phil Healy, a Mancunian by birth, who owns the two floor venue, said “I wanted to create something that is truly of this city,” he said. “For me, the whole concept of 1761 is something that has come from Manchester, in Manchester, for Manchester.

    “It’s not cheesy or themed but about creating a real feeling of pride and warmth for this city. Or of course people can just come to see the fish in Lilly’s Bar.”

    Lily’s Bar has been designed to create the sense of stepping back in time.  Being greeted by Lily Bollinger’s image as they come through the door, you’ll find the ultimate escape from the city above.

    Welcoming, luxurious and cosy in design, the bar offers an extensive selection of cocktails and bucket loads of the quintessentially British champagne, (well, James Bond does love it) – Bollinger. Drinks take the theme of ‘a moment in time’ with each one inspired by a story from our past.

    Much like a Bond villain’s lair, the room is surrounded by a huge marine fish tank with 18,000 litres of water in it – as well as Lily’s Library – a secret drinking den available for private hire complete with its own bar, projector and fireplace.

    ​1761 Restaurant pays homage to Manchester’s great past. Drawing inspiration from the Industrial revolution and that warm Mancunian spirit which it so notably represents their food is fresh, locally sourced, seasonal and home-cooked served by people who care!

    To book your place, please download and return the completed BOOKING FORM

    Please note payment MUST be received prior to the event.

    By booking a place on this event you are agreeing to our terms and conditions details of which can be found at

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