At Hatch you’ll find over 30 creative, independent businesses who put their heart and soul into their products.
With shops selling products made by local makers, a barbers, Manchester’s first drop off sneaker and handbag cleaning boutique, street food, sit down indoor dining, cocktails, a nano-brewery and much much more, the traders you’ll find at Hatch will give you a unique experience. Our traders rotate frequently, giving a fresh experience each time you visit.
Keeping you caffeinated 7 days a week, Takk espresso bar. In a hurry? Grab a hot drink from the serving hatch on Oxford Road. Or take a seat and watch the world go by from their Scandi surroundings.
Introducing Takk’s baby brother Öl. A nano brewery and keg bar, Öl is a collaboration with Byrne the Cake Brewery. Enjoy their own brews alongside a selection of beers from some of the world’s best breweries.
The distilled and perfectly formed pop and drop version of South Manchester institution Electrik Bar. With 10 lines of draught & craft beer, wines & ciders, arcade games, darts and one of the best jukeboxes in town.
Independent brewers and lovers of beer, Beer Box brew excellent craft beer as Black Storm Brewery and sell it at their beer store concept Beer Box, previously only found in Newcastle upon Tyne. As well as their own beers, Beer Box stocks beers from the most innovative independent craft brewers from around the world.
Offering an eclectic mix of wines by the glass or bottle, vin-yard wine bar + shop bring you excellent, affordable alternatives to the usual mass-produced vino. The ever-changing menu will include vegan, organic, natural and biodynamic wines to drink in or take away.
From Honolulu to Hatch…Poké specialists, Oke Poké are the city’s specialist purveyors of traditional Hawaiian street food. Dishes are served in biodegradable containers, using sustainable fish, free range chicken, and the highest possible quality ingredients.
Poke bowl / Yaki-poke £7
Mini yaki-stick £5
Hawaiian beer £5
Specialising in arancini of multiple varieties (with meat, fish and veggie options), juices made with Sicilian fruits and cannolos, the two brothers are guaranteed to bring a smile to your face with their passion for Italian and Sicilian food and drink.
A father/daughter team bringing their passion for Cyprian food to Hatch, where Turkish meets Greek: halloumi meets peynir, the pitta kebab meets the gyros… and everyone eats copious amounts of hummus!
Burger and wrap boxes £6.50
Mediterranean rice box £7.50
Mediterranean stew box £7.50
Flatbread sizzlers £7.50
Mezze salad platter £6.50
Fun, theatrical, luxury ice cream rolls, milkshakes, bubble waffles and cakes.
Ice cream rolls – optional sauces and whipped cream. All made with Jersey milk ice cream
Milkshakes – all made with handmade Madigascan vanilla ice cream
Bubble waffles – served with handmade ice cream and toppings
Fukuu is a new Pan Asian food brand for Manchester, all inspired by one woman’s journey from growing up in her family’s restaurant to establishing the successful casual Japanese restaurant, Oishi-Q. It’s food created with love by a woman who believes that ‘through food we can find home’.
XXL chicken £8.95
Katsu burger £8.50
Salt and pepper chicken £8.50
Koren fried chicken £8.50
Loaded fries £8.50
Katsu curry £8.50
Salt and pepper fries £3.50
Fried egg £1.50
Japansese rice £2.50
Hanoi 75 have converted a 1999 double-decker bus into a fabulous Vietnamese kitchen serving up a creative menu of cuisine from Vietnam’s capital city fused with other influences from South East Asia and all centred around the beautiful Bahn Mi! Expect fresh, fast Vietnamese sandwiches to take away, enjoy on their fabulously bedecked bus or anywhere at Hatch.
Norti Porki £8
Pho Real! £8
Jacked-Up Fruit £7
Teriyaki Mushroom £7
Indochine French Fry £5
Satay Tempeh £5
Herbivorous is a vegan street food specialist founded by two enthusiastic foodies Robyn and Damian. The menu will change regularly making this a beautiful and evolving plant-based eatery.
Hoisin ‘duck’ wrap (homemade seitan ‘duck’ served with red peppers, spring onion, lettuce, hoisin sauce and vegan mayo) £7
Burget stack (served in a brioche bun with tomato, lettuce and gherkins) £8
Loaded dinosaur chips (tripled cooked chips loaded with pulled BBQ jackfruit, coleslaw and chipotle mayo) £7.50
Triple cooked chips £3.50
Homemade vegan mayos £0.50
The Kitchen is Hatch’s new family run, ‘Thessaloniki style’ restaurant bringing Manchester its first taste of Thessaloniki Style Street food. The menu is inspired by a city where young chefs push the boundaries of traditional Greek food using the amazing local produce available to create fresh exciting dishes.
Tacos (Rabbit / Cod / Beef brisket / Sweet potato) £8
Souvlaki – All served on Greek corn pitta with fries (Shredded lamb shoulder / Pulled chicken / Giant king prawn / Sweet potato) £8
Sides/Extras – Halloumi fries £4 / + beef brisket / +lamb shoulder / +tzatziki, pickled red onion, avo abd crispy chickpeas £7
Loukamades – Traditional Greek doughnuts (Lotus biscoff and crumb / White chocolate and raspberry / Nutella and sprinkles) £5
Established jewellery shop and Afflecks favourite Abacus will be returning to Hatch after a successful six week pop-up last Christmas with an array of their hugely popular sterling silver jewellery and body jewellery.
‘Choc’ is a heavenly chocolate boutique serving up a variety of chocolate bars wrapped in bespoke designs by local artists and creatives, alongside a small selection of chocolate truffles, chocolate coated nuts, dates and hot chocolate.
The UK’s network of DJ studios bring their first Northern branch to Manchester offering one-to-one DJ and production courses accredited by the London Sound Academy. DJ Gym offers the chance to learn from pros every day with a whole range of courses including Beginner DJ and Beginner Music production.
Winners of this year’s Environmental category in the Alliance MBS ‘Venture Further 2019’ awards, Mindful Store will give shoppers the opportunity to discover amazing, innovative and sustainable products. Every product comes with a QR-code that tells customers more about the background story: where and how it was produced, who the founders of the company are and how the product benefits our planet.
Nordic Muse is an own-label jewellery and branded Nordic lifestyle collective established in Manchester. With a dedication to good design expect minimalist necklaces, stacked rings and geometric pieces plus home-living from a growing portfolio of leading design led Nordic Brands.
Husband, wife (and cat) team PoppyK sell handmade jewellery and gifts. Much of the jewellery is handmade from scratch, whilst some is sourced from around the world – and lots of it is inspired by their own passions like animals and travel. Their jewellery and gifts aim to be interesting, unique and cute – and are all designed to make perfect and personalised gifts.
For all your clothing & accessories needs, streetwear specialists Rigged Out is a brand formed by the streetwear community for the streetwear community. Specialising in independent alternative brands from around the world such as Carrots By Anwar, Chinatown Market, Clear Weather, Felt USA, WeMoto, The Hundreds, X-Large, Jungles Jungles, Pas De Mer, Loco Love, bound and more.
Shop Small celebrates amazing local and independent artists, makers and creators. It’s the perfect place to find a unique gift whilst supporting Manchester’s creatives with products including enamel pins, gemstone jewellery, art prints, cards, flower pots, dog accessories and much more.
Manchesters first drop off shoe cleaning boutique offering a bespoke and comprehensive service to treat your most beloved sneakers to some TLC. Choose from packages like the ‘signature overhaul’ and your shoes will enjoy the likes of delicate hand washing, stain removal, suede resets, reshaping, paint retouching and lace cleaning…rendering them, literally, good as new.
Every great community needs a hairdresser and trendy city centre male grooming experts, The Portland Barbers, are Hatch’s fabulous new resident coiffeurs. Currently of Charlotte Street in ChinaTown, they’ve headed to Hatch to set up their main city centre HQ.