New venue to enter Downtown Liverpool
For Immediate Release
Liverpool will soon be getting a new cocktail bar with probably the best views in the city. Situated on the Strand facing the famous world heritage waterfront and with a connecting roof terrace floor this is sure to be the go to new venue in the city.
Opening early 2018 on Brunswick Street above Tom Hall’s Tavern and the recently opened Bentley has been in planning since earlier this year with the owners researching venues in New York and London for ideas.
The yet to be named venue which covers 2000 sq feet on the third floor of the Bentley Building on the Strand, will see graffiti covered walls and an urban feel meet cocktail chic. The new venue will boast breathtaking views of Liverpool’s waterfront, including the Three Graces and unrivalled panoramic views of the city from the rooftop terrace which will hold over 100 people.
A spokesperson for the venue said “The lower east side in NYC has been a big influence on the design and feel of the venue. We wanted to create a space that really comes into its own and provides truly unique surroundings for those looking for something a bit different from an evening out. Entering the bar via a lift entrance customers can sit and sip cocktails and look out at the fantastic views. With an extensive list of cocktails we are aiming to cater for that middle market which we feel is under served in the city right now. Those who want a great night out but not locally but at the same time not all out clubbing. The jewel in the crown will be the city’s biggest roof terrace and we are already in talks now with promoters over some fantastic events.”
The Bentley Building is home already to the hugely popular Meet Argentinean restaurant which opened over 12 years ago as well as the sports bar Tom Halls Tavern. The Bentley Lounge also opened this summer – which offers two separate rooms, the Port of Liverpool, which contains the stage for live events. The second being the Cunard which is ideal for weddings and faces the waterfront.
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