Vintage market, café and creative workshop planned for Ten Streets

A vintage market, café and creative workshop could transform a vacant warehouse in Liverpool’s Ten Streets area if plans are approved.The proposed venue in the emerging district would also have space outside for occasional street food units and seating.Liverpool City Council’s planning committee will consider the plans for the Cotton ... Read More...

Liverpool city centre bowling alley ‘on track’ after licence decision

The opening of a new bowling alley in Liverpool is “on track” following the settlement of a licensing issue.PINS on Duke Street will feature a street food inspired menu, private ‘VIP’ bowling, shuffleboard and “interactive experiences around every corner”.The 'boutique bowling alley' already had a licence to open until 12am, however ... Read More...

Restaurant review: Barton Rouge, Exchange Street East, Liverpool

Restaurant Review Barton Rouge Exchange Street East, Liverpool Review by Hannah Fowler With two established restaurants in Heswall and Chester, Barton Rouge is no stranger in the North West.Its recent opening on Exchange Street East marks the Indian restaurant’s first foray into Liverpool, bringing the introduction of Old Delhi style street food and a lunchtime menu ... Read More...

Bitesize News #6: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up (Apr 2017)

Bitesize News: Liverpool’s Food & Drink Round-up Edition #6 - April 2017 Words by Lawrence Saunders Glasgow-based bar & restaurant chain targets Cabin Club A Glasgow-based bar and restaurant chain has targeted the famous Cabin Club for its first Liverpool opening.Bar Soba, which was first launched as a pop-up restaurant at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, ... Read More...