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New pirate inspired rum bar Man’s Ruin hits Liverpool’s shores

Man’s Ruin, a new pirate inspired rum bar, is set to open on Stanley Street.

The latest addition to the Liverpool’s LGBT district combines the aesthetic appeal of a traditional pirate ship, featuring barrel booths and a luxury ‘Captain’s Quarter’.

The brainchild of owners Joe McMahon, Adam Ramsey and Dan Friend, whose portfolio also contains Graffiti and Wall of Fame, Man’s Ruin will be situated within the trio’s newest property, formerly operating as Wonderland.

A statement from the directors reads: “Not to be confused with our recent announcement of the over-21 nightclub Void, Man’s Ruin is a completely separate rum bar housed within the same 10 Stanley Street building. The concept for Man’s Ruin was inspired by a venue that we visited in America as we wanted to introduce something a little more edgy and out-there to this end of town.”

“While the original idea was to create a Tiki bar, we decided to expand on this and instead base it around the look and feel of a pirate ship, focusing on rum and things associated with pirates.”

In light of the on-going development of the local area, the group behind Man’s Ruin have committed to creating 15 new jobs ranging from security to bar and hosting staff.

The new addition to Stanley Street will launch on 25 August and will open from Thursday to Sunday from 7pm until late, thereafter.

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One thought on “New pirate inspired rum bar Man’s Ruin hits Liverpool’s shores

  1. David
    August 19, 2016 at 10:16 am

    Will try and visit on my next trip to Liverpool

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