Salvi’s has announced a brand new eclectic Italian food center comprising a restaurant, bar, deli and exhibition space within the luxury development, Deansgate Square, as family-run Manchester favorite celebrates its 10th anniversary birthday in the city.
Open this winter in a 3,000-square-foot unit within the flagship project, with a heated, weather-protected patio offering outdoor and indoor dining year-round, Salvi’s will bring an authentic slice of the south of the Italy at the southern end of Deansgate.
The latest addition to the Salvi’s family will draw on generations of culinary knowledge drawing inspiration from each of its existing locations, as well as the native Naples of owner Maurizio Cecco; much of his offering will be based on original family recipes created by his mother, Nonna Teresa, which helped make the beloved restaurant group a Manchester institution.
As 2021 marks 10 years since Maurizio and his wife Claire spotted a gap in the English market for authentic, high-quality Italian products and opened their grocery store at the Corn Exchange, Salvi’s will unveil a whole new look at the launch of its new place.
Designed in collaboration with AXI Studio, the space will create a “third place” for residents and guests who will be greeted with Salvi’s now famous Italian-Mancunian warmth.
Salvi’s will also offer a variety of dishes, from ice cream to pizza to cicchetti, all alongside Italian wines, beers, spritz and a take-away charcuterie “sfizio”, a special little treat, while that the dining room will include a private outdoor dining area – the first of its kind in the city – which will be available for reservation for events, private dinners and Maurizio’s ever-popular pasta-making classes.
The 10th year celebrations will also include the introduction of a brand new Salvi’s brand, having already seen the extremely successful return of Festa Italiana after a Covid-imposed sabbatical year.
Maurizio Cecco, Managing Director of Salvi’s, said: “Manchester is our home and we are always on the lookout for new potential venues so it seemed too good to miss! Deansgate Square gives us the opportunity to bring together all the best aspects of Salvi’s, and now we can deploy new ideas that we are really passionate about.
The announcement follows the successful openings of Atomeca and general stores in Deansgate Square.
Comprising 1,508 spacious apartments spread over four carefully designed towers, Deansgate Square offers another level of city center living in Manchester and in 2020 launched its amenities offering ‘The Club’, the first of its kind for residential development in Manchester. UK. This means that residents can enjoy their own private swimming pool, spa, gym and gym and gym – with The Gallery business and lounge areas now also open to guests. residents.
Deansgate Square Italian food court joins Salvi’s already impressive portfolio of Deli in the Corn Exchange selling high quality authentic Italian produce and Mozzarella Bar & Restaurant downstairs, as well as Salvi’s NQ on High Street in the neighborhood North. .