Bitesize News #15: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up (Aug/Sep 2017)

Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up Edition #15 – August/September 2017 Words by Lawrence Saunders New South Liverpool café opens its doors A new café serving fresh, locally sourced food has opened in South Liverpool.The menu at the family-run Dove & Olive on Dovedale Road will change daily based on what’s in season and features ... Read More...

Bitesize News #14: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up (Aug 2017)

Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up Edition #14 – August 2017 Words by Lawrence Saunders Scandinavian inspired eatery heading to Hanover StreetA new Scandinavian inspired eatery is set to open this month on Hanover Street.MALMO MAT:KAFFE will replace cult favourite Lox & Caper in the Merseyside Youth Association building.The menu is based around rye-laden open ... Read More...

Bitesize News #13: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up (Jul 2017)

Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up Edition #13 – July 2017 Words by Lawrence Saunders Head of Steam returning to Liverpool The Head of Steam brand is returning to Liverpool.Hartlepool-based Camerons Brewey, which owns the chain of pubs, has announced its next opening will be on Hanover Street at the site currently trading as The Abbey.Work ... Read More...

First look at Metquarter transformation

The first images of how Liverpool’s Metquarter could look following its multi-million pound revamp have been revealed.Owner Queensberry Real Estate plans to re-position the Whitechapel shopping centre as the city’s “premium retail and restaurant destination”.After acquiring the Metquarter in January 2016, Queensberry has now submitted a detailed planning application to ... Read More...

Tyrers developer to help bring ‘sleeping giant’ St Helens to life after approval

St Helens is “a ‘sleeping giant’ which can be brought to life with regeneration” according to a developer in the area.Luxor Group has highlighted the potential for the town after receiving the go-ahead for its £1 million transformation of the former Tyrers department store.The Liverpool City Region based property firm acquired the ... Read More...