Find out more about Stockport’s brand new food hall. With a wide range of food and drink this is not one to be missed.
Located amongst the bustle of Stockport Marketplace, Project 53 have managed to acquire a prime location next to the soon to be refurbished Produce Hall.
The Project 53 concept is a run off from a family brewery based in Mobberley. Their main aim is to sell high quality craft ales combined with local gins and stone baked pizza.
I mean pizza, gin, and beer, how could anybody be against that set up…
After having a lovely chat with manager Sophie, who had an incredible passion for Stockport, she told us how they really wanted the interior to match Stockport’s industrial vibe. The use of open brick, stone floors, recycled wood and low lighting really give a nod towards Stockport’s heritage.
All they are missing are a couple of hats… Maybe they will drop some in soon.
Sophie said of the renovations; “we wanted the decor to have an unfinished shabby style whilst everything we serve to be executed with overwhelming perfection”.
All we can say from our experience is that they have triumphed in what they set out to achieve.
The space truly matches the Old Town chic and the drinks and pizza were served with true care and attention.
The range of ales on offer would be enough to satisfy any beer connoisseur. It is great to see more locally brewed craft beer finding its way into Stockport. Importantly for some, we were made aware that many of the beers on offer are vegan friendly. It is of course great to see more establishments catering for a wider audience.
In regards to the gin, what can we say. The Project 53 team seem to have compiled a huge selection of locally sourced gins. We of course went for something pink and filled with fruit. It was prepared fantastically and we couldn’t fault it. If we have any gin fans amongst we would love to know what Project 53’s Parma Violet gin tastes like. Let us know!
Now to that stone baked pizza…
At present their are 5 options to choose from. Ranging from a fantastic Pepperoni that includes Basil and Chilli Flakes to a Goats Cheese pizza that includes, Caramelised Onion, Spinach and Balsamic Vinegar.
We must admit the goats cheese pizza was one of the best we’ve ever eaten. The Stop in Stockport team recommends you give it try. Seriously though, try it.
Unfortunately there isn’t a vegan pizza on offer at the moment. Although, we have been assured that they are currently working on a vegan option which I have no doubt will be fantastic. We will keep you updated, you’ll know when we do.
We absolutely loved our trip to Project 53 and will be heading back to Stockport’s newest bar as soon as possible. As always it is great to see more and more places popping up and bringing more life into our town.
We highly recommend paying these guys a visit and sampling all they have to offer. We are sure you will have good time.
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We were invited to dine as guests of Project 53 and were not asked to pay.
Remedy Bar opened its doors two years ago. The bar is situated in Stockport Old Town and was transformed from two struggling clothes shops into a craft ale metropolis.
The space inside has warm low lighting, open brick, candle flickers and a window to display distillery equipment that add to the authentic feel of a young brewery. One of the interiors triumphs are the large front facing windows that allow for an excellent view of the Market Hall. Whilst seated near the window you feel as if you are almost part of the market and the outside space.
Remedy Bar’s selling point is their focus on serving high quality craft ales. The ales on offer range considerably and we recommend giving a few a try. For the non-ale drinkers among us, there is a variety of gins on offer; a personal favourite being the Elderflower gin.
Remedy Bar also has a refreshing playlist of indie tunes that contribute to the casual atmosphere. The bar itself is incredibly musically orientated and during the weekends live bands take centre stage to perform to a livelier crowd.
This independent bar is another example of Stockport Old town becoming a revitalised area for young and old to enjoy music, drinks and food. We at Stop in Stockport hope that next time you remedy the weeks works with a drink at Remedy Bar.
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