Randall and Aubin will be selling a rainbow inspired cocktail in honour of Manchester’s Pride Festival this August Bank Holiday Weekend.

The cocktail is named The Rainbow Wheel and will feature six flavoured Bellinis, each representing a colour of the LGBT+ pride flag, served on a big wheel.

Red represents life and will be strawberry flavoured Bellini
Orange represents healing and will be a peach flavoured Bellini
Yellow represents sunlight and will be a lemon flavoured Bellini
Green represents nature and will be an apple flavoured Bellini
Indigo represents serenity and will be a blueberry flavoured Bellini
Violet represents the spirit and will be a blackcurrant flavoured Bellini

The Rainbow Wheel will be available throughout the Manchester Pride Festival that will be taking place between Friday 23rd and Monday 26th August 2019.

The Rainbow Wheel will cost £15.00, and for every cocktail sold, Randall and Aubin will donate £1 to The Proud Trust. The Proud Trust is an organisation that helps LGBT+ youth in Manchester.

Randall and Aubin are avid supporters of the LGBT+ community. Their first restaurant was launched in 1996 in Soho, the epicentre of London’s gay scene.


Jamie Poulton, Managing Director at Randall and Aubin, said “We’re delighted to be getting involved in Manchester’s Pride celebrations. We’ve had a strong bond with the LGBT+ community since Randall and Aubin’s beginnings in Soho. When we decided to open a second location in Manchester, we wanted to continue our support.”

Randall and Aubin is located on Bridge St, just off Deansgate where the Pride parade will be setting off on Saturday 24th August

Randall & Aubin


Randall & Aubin is an Anglo-French brasserie Randall & Aubin, famous for their sumptuous menu of British seafood and meat dishes, located on Bridge Street in Spinningfields, Manchester.