Electric Shuffle Leeds edition, Red Engine, p Red Engine

Electric Shuffle's Leeds location gives a taste of what to expect when the Manchester edition opens this summer. Credit: via Red Engine

Manchester shuffleboard bar to open this summer

Making its North West debut, Electric Shuffle will take over the former Evans cycle shop location at 201 Deansgate starting on 21 June.

Electric Shuffle offers guests a chance to enjoy cocktails, sourdough pizza, and multiple rounds of shuffleboard. The brand is part of Red Engine, the company that is also behind Flight Club. Electric Shuffle already has locations in Leeds, London, Dallas, and Austin – with plans to open in New York City soon.

The Manchester bar venue is 11,400 sq ft and has the capacity for 450 people. Customers will be greeted with a décor that has been described as industrial meets art deco. There will be multiple semi-private shuffleboard areas, a central bar, and space for eating and drinking.

This is not your average shuffleboard either. The Electric Shuffle version has gone digital, with technology being used to share live replays and allow for up to 32 players. There are also multiple mini-games, including one where you are given a specific target that you need to hit with your puck.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring Electric Shuffle to Manchester,” said Red Engine chief executive Steve Moore.

“We have loved our time in Manchester so far and the welcome that Flight Club has received over the past five years has been incredible,” he continued. “We look forward to helping create more memories to last a lifetime at Electric Shuffle.

“From couples’ date nights to corporate events and everything in between, Electric Shuffle is a place that is built for friends by friends, and we can’t wait to show everyone in Manchester what we’ve been working on.”

Alex Hill at First Site acted for Red Engine on the lease deal.

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