Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up
Edition #7 – May 2017
Words by Lawrence Saunders
Burrito bar to open on Dale Street this summer
A new Mexican restaurant is opening on Dale Street in Liverpool city centre this summer.
Changos Burrito Bar will launch at the site of the former Sayers bakery in the Queen Insurance Buildings in early June.
The eatery, which has a branch in Manchester city centre, offers a range of burritos alongside classic sides such as nachos and bottles of the popular Mexican soft drink ‘Jarritos’.
Changos revealed its plans to expand into Liverpool late last year, seeking the go-ahead to add a mezzanine floor and an outdoor seating area to the former Sayers premises.
The Merchant to hold food-themed weekend
The Merchant is holding a food-themed celebration to mark the spring bank holiday weekend.
Bank Holiday Food Fight will take place from 26 to 28 May, including live music, DJ sets and pop-up restaurants.
The celebration will kick off on the Friday with the first birthday of Nightcrawler Pizza, during which 1,000 free slices will be given away while live hip hop acts and DJs perform.
On the Saturday, pop-up eatery SKAUS will serve up Nordic BBQ and DJ sets will continue into the night.
The event will conclude on Sunday when Eat New York brings its authentic American street food to The Merchant.
Castle St Townhouse unveils ‘eclectic dinner’ concept
Castle St Townhouse has expanded its food offering with the introduction of an ‘eclectic dinner’ concept.
The revamped menu includes appetisers such as Chicken Liver Parfait with Toasted Rye Bread & House Chutney and Twice Baked Soufflé with Cheddar & Wholegrain Mustard Sauce.
New mains include Townhouse Chateaubriand, Hake Fillet with Spinach Hash, and Roasted Wild Mushroom Orzo with Basil Oil.
The launch of the dinner menu coincides with the appointment of Robert Andrew Scott as the new general manager of Castle St Townhouse.