Chef Tom Kerridge will head up the food and beverage at the Stock Exchange Hotel, a new hotel due to open in the autumn from GG Hospitality.
The acclaimed chef will bring ‘a bit of Marlow up to Manchester’ when he launches the F&B inside the 1906 Edwardian building following an extensive renovation.
GG Hospitality is the restaurant and hotel group backed by former Manchester United teammates Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs, which also runs Hotel Football in the city that opened in 2015.
Speaking on the new venture, due to launch in Q4, Kerridge says: “This is a really exciting opening for us. The hotel is going to be stunning and we’re very happy to be working with GG Hospitality. We can’t say much at this stage, but I can say that we’ll be bringing a bit of Marlow up to Manchester. We are very much looking forward to being a part of the city and joining the exciting and vibrant Manchester food scene.”
Winston Zahra CEO of GG Hospitality says: “We are looking forward to opening the Stock Exchange Hotel and will be releasing all of the details in the coming weeks. We are especially happy to have partnered up with Tom on the food and beverage side of the hotel and are very much looking forward to working with Tom and his team in Manchester.”
Stock Exchange Hotel will launch in Manchester’s Grade-II listed former stock exchange building and will comprise 41 bedrooms.
Tom Kerridge runs three Marlow eateries, including the two Michelin-starred The Hand and Flowers and also the Kerridge’s Bar and Grill within Corinthia London which opened in September last year.