Sexy Fish Restaurant Chain To Open New Manchester Location

Celebrity hot spot restaurant, Sexy Fish is set to open its third global location this autumn with a new restaurant in Manchester, UK, boasting 215 covers. The new venue, from Richard Caring's Caprice Holdings, follows in the footsteps of the successful Mayfair London and Miami locations.

The new restaurant is found at 2 Spinningfields Square and will no doubt feature the same opulent look and feel as its sister venues. The interior is said to feature three large sea creature sculptures created by famous abstract artist Damian Hirst, plus fish-shaped lamps from renowned designer Frank Gehry.

The Sexy Fish Manchester website says, With our high-end glamour, surrealist décor, and opulent culinary majesty inspired by the oceans of Asia, Sexy Fish will offer an exquisite lunch as well as an exclusive late-night experience, allowing guests to enjoy incredible entertainment, as well as food and drink options, until the early hours.

The restaurant will sit over 200 people across its main restaurant and bar area, together with the private dining room which will seat 45, with standing room for 60.

Richard Caring, chairman of Caprice Holdings, said: "Myself and the entire company are extremely excited to bring Sexy Fish to the vibrant and amazing city of Manchester this autumn.

"Manchester follows on from the successful restaurants in London and Miami.

"Caprice Holdings as a company has an affinity with the city, and we believe that Sexy Fish will be loved and enjoyed by the people of Manchester. I repeat, we are truly excited and look forward to being in one of the greatest cities in the UK, and the world."

Caprice Holdings is the name behind a number of renowned names in hospitality including Scott's, Bacchanalia, J. Sheekey, Daphne's as well as The Ivy.