There will be six new additions to the Warrington Market line-up, opening to customers from Saturday 18 July.
Three new traders will open in The Cookhouse from Monday 20 July. Shawarma and More will be serving up Middle Eastern street food, Jak Blak will be offering a modern take on British culinary classics, and the new Artisan Bar will be serving a range of cocktails, wine and spritzers.
‘Cookhouse at Warrington Market’ is open Monday to Saturday, 11am – 7pm, and features 12 traders serving a variety of hot and cold cuisines from around the world – from Eastern delights such as Thai and Chinese, to the freshest Italian pizza, Indian street food and Mexican favourites – the new Cookhouse has it all. Plus, there are two fully stocked bars, serving a range of cask ales, local brews, spirits, cocktails and wines.
Food is available to takeaway, or you can eat-in at The Cookhouse, which also features a terrace for customers to dine outside during warmer weather.
A further three traders will be opening their doors in the main market hall in the coming weeks, including additions to the mezzanine level, with Ascension Tattoo, opening from Saturday 18 July, followed by neighbouring NAJS Feet & Beauty Academy from Monday 27 July.
French deli, Petit Français will be joining the line-up, creating handcrafted baguettes, baked pastries and authentic French pantry goods, ready to serve customers from Friday 24 July.
Earlier this week, we welcomed back the well-known pork butchers, Yates Greer, who are now open for business in Market Hall on the ground floor. Plus, new recruit Pesho Professional, who specialise in men’s grooming, opened their doors to their very first Warrington customers today, Friday 17 July.
For more information and updates, visit warrington.gov.uk/market, or follow @warringtonmkt on social media