Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Panacea Owner's Bar Plan

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Panacea Owner's Bar Plan

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JOE Akka, the owner of John Dalton Street nightclub Panacea, has applied to open a new venue in Ancoats, Manchester's blossoming food and drink district.

The new venue, called Behind the Counter, would operate for seven days a week and stay open until 1am on Fridays and Saturdays if the application is approved.

Set in the Ice Plant building at 39 Blossom Street, Behind the Counter could join Seven Bro7hers Beer House, Elnecot, Rudy's Pizza and Second City Bar in an area named by the Times newspaper as one of the 20 coolest places to live in Britain . The application comes shortly after The new called Counter operate days a Manchester council proposed a blanket ban for Ancoats, which would stop bars, restaurants, clubs and breweries from selling alcohol after 11pm.

Customers would be given halfan-hour drinking up time when it reaches 11pm, but then must leave venues after they are finished, according to the draft policy. …

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