FOODIES are being invited to dine at a unique, private late night dinner party.

The Disappearing Dining Club (DDC) is returning to Manchester with Dinner Dance MCR, three late night dinner parties bringing like minded people together to enjoy tasty food and drink, good company, and great music in  unusual spaces.

A four-course dinner and late night party will entertain guests until around 3am.

But mystery surrounds the locations which will only be announced to guests a week before each party.

Expect to be see empty, disused or abandoned industrial spaces reinvented as the perfect place for a somewhat badly behaved late night dinner party.

DDC puts quality, seasonal ingredients and good cooking first, serving elegant but unfussy dishes for people to enjoy.

Dishes served will include the likes of smoked duck breast with celeriac remoulade, curried crab salad with apple jelly and DDC Guinness bread, slow roast pork belly with prawn, chorizo, bean and jersey royal salad and caper dressing, and vanilla bavaroise with poached rhubarb and oat crumble.

Guests will be seated on long tables with food served family-styleu.

For drinks there’ll be a short and simple wine list offering food friendly reds as well as a full bar serving tasty cocktails, craft lagers and all the usual spirits and softs.

Music is Balearic, electronic, dinner party disco and eclectic house, with resident Danny Whitehead (Mambo) and guests including Luke Unabomber, Eclectic Circus, Edit DJs, Scott Martin (We Love Space) playing from 7pm until very very late.

Tickets include:
Dinner Dance for £56 starting at 7pm until 3am. These tickets will include a welcome Grey Goose vodka cocktail, four-course dinner, DJs throughout dinner and a late night party

Dance No Dinner for £11 starting at 10pm until 3am. Thse tickets include a welcome Grey Goose vodka cocktail (before 11.30pm) and a late night party.

Dinner Dance MCR will take place on July 12, 26 and August 9.

And £1 from each ticket will be donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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