Two New Venues for Berry Street – Berry St Bar + Kitchen & Elixir.
For Immediate Release
It’s all change over on Berry Street in Liverpool City Centre. After 3 years of the American themed Rack & Dollar the owners have re-branded the site and recently launched Berry St Bar + Kitchen. In the coming weeks this will be joined by Elixir private cocktail lounge
In replacing the former American themed venue Berry Street Bar + Kitchen and Elixir now offer a more relaxed and ambient setting. The setting is now more of a gastro pub that plays live sport and live music too. While Elixir is a tranquil cocktail retreat in the heart of the city.
The new menu includes a mixture of bistro and grill dishes. A spokesperson for the venues said ““Our aim is to offer a relaxed dining experience where our guests can also watch live sporting events. With a range of nibbles & small plates which are perfect for sharing (or pigging out alone). Our main courses are traditional but polished takes on British Pub Classics. We also have an extensive grill section, where all of our meat is locally sourced, highlights of which are Pork Tomahawk and T-bone steak. We would also like to give a special mention to the local drinks supplier Hops & Barley who have helped us achieve our niche product range working tirelessly with our team.”
Both local and foreign beers adorn the bar. The wine list showcases a varied range of styles from different countries which were hand selected to be the best value for your money. There is an extensive selection of American Whisky’s that perch on the top shelf. The sign reads ‘Heaven Hill American Whisky Embassy’, a prize given to the best bar in the UK that encompassed the range, knowledge and passion for American Whisky. So you know you are in good hands.
One of the best things about the menu at Berry Street Bar + Kitchen is that all of the meat is locally sourced from a butcher in Hoylake. Something the owners are proud of.
New private cocktail lounge, Elixir, which is positioned to the back right of the venue will be the second venue to open later in the month. The lounge will have a cocktail menu designed on the history and search for the elixir of eternal life and apothecary will be a theme throughout.
See www.berrystreetbarandkitchen.co.uk for more details.
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