British leisure groupRed Engine is set to open a new Electric Shuffle bar on Deansgate in Manchester.

Scheduled to open on 21 June, this new establishment is expected to become the brand’s largest venue in the UK.

It will be the fourth Electric Shuffle location in the country, following the successful launches in London and Leeds.

The venue, situated in the former Evans Cycle shop at 201 Deansgate, is currently under development.

Spanning 11,400ft², Electric Shuffle Manchester will feature 15 play spaces and accommodate about 450 guests.

The design of the new venue is expected to mirror the aesthetic of the Leeds location, showcasing an industrial-art-deco theme with a touch of retro glamour.

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The new venue will offer a bar area adorned with plush colours, distressed metal accents, and art-deco inspired lighting.

The decor may also include tributes to Manchester’s musical history, alongside the brand’s iconic neon bar turbine wheel and vintage electronics.

Red Engine has revamped the traditional shuffleboard game, incorporating camera vision technology to enhance the playing experience with automatic scoring and live shareable replays.

The updated game can support up to 32 individual players or 150 participants for corporate events.

The food menu at Electric Shuffle Manchester will feature a variety of sharing dishes such as buttermilk chicken bites, spiced cauliflower wings, sourdough pizza paddles, and fries.

The bar will serve an array of cocktails, including signature drinks, classics with a twist like the Salted Caramel Euphoria, frozen cocktails, and ‘trophy cocktails’ presented in trophy cups.

Additionally, the venue will host brunch sessions on weekends, offering guests a bottle of Prosecco and unlimited pizza during a two-hour slot for £35, which also includes an hour of shuffleboard gameplay.

Red Engine CEO and co-founder Steve Moore said: “We couldn’t be more excited to bring Electric Shuffle to Manchester. We have loved our time in Manchester so far and the welcome that Flight Club has received over the past five years. We look forward to helping create more memories to last a lifetime at Electric Shuffle.”

Presently, Red Engine and its partners own and run 25 venues in total, of which 17 are owned by the company, while the remaining eight are co-owned by State of Play Hospitality in North America and Night Owl in Australia.

The company plans to increase this number of 33 in this year, as it has plans to open eight more sites. Of which, four will be owned by the company and the remaining being owned by its partners.