Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Bar Returns with Its Southern Hospitality

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Bar Returns with Its Southern Hospitality

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MANCHESTER'S bourbon and blues bar Bunny Jackson's Juke Joint is reopening at a new city centre location.

The bar first appeared as a pop-up at B.Eat Street on Deansgate Mews last year before the food and drink development closed for good at the end of this summer.

Now it's being brought back to life at First Street - where it will replace The Liquor Store - by the team behind Junkyard Golf Club, which also relocated to the neighbourhood earlier this year.

Co-owner Lyndon Higginson said: "It's pretty exciting. I just loved that bar so when B.Eat Street closed we packed it away ready to be put up somewhere else."

Whiskey-lovers can look forward to a well-stocked bourbon shelf, along with plenty of American beer and southern-style food including po' boys and popcorn shrimp - plus free hot dogs when you buy a beer after 10pm. …

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