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Hawksmoor Liverpool officially opens its doors this November

Hawksmoor will officially open its doors in Liverpool on Thursday 24 November. 

Ranked number one in the ‘World’s Best Steak Restaurants’, Hawksmoor is famous for its charcoal grilled, 35-day dry aged steaks, award-winning cocktails, and spectacular interiors. 

Opening on November 24th in the iconic, Grade II-listed India Buildings, which sits just off Castle Street on the corner of Brunswick Street and Fenwick Street, Hawksmoor Liverpool will boast a 150 cover restaurant, private dining space and a bar to be enjoyed by both diners or those simply looking for a spot to enjoy a drink. 

Hawksmoor Liverpool officially open its doors this November

Founded by two childhood friends in 2006, Will Beckett and Huw Gott, opened a restaurant serving steaks from traditionally-reared cattle and sustainably sourced seafood, alongside old school cocktails in a then-unfashionable part of London and changed steakhouse standards in that city. Since then, Hawksmoor has grown to a 10-restaurant group, including the most recent, wildly successful launch in New York, praised by The New York Times, The New Yorker and critics across NYC’s world-renowned restaurant scene.  

Hawksmoor Liverpool officially open its doors this November

With a focus on sustainability, charity and local sourcing, Hawksmoor is the first UK restaurant to become a certified B Corp. Will and Huw’s obsession with quality and ethics has led them to collaborate with and highlight individuals and companies who share their beliefs, from local farmers and fishermen to local, national and international charities fighting food poverty as well as to their restaurants being given the highest rating for sustainability by the Sustainable Restaurants Association. 

Hawksmoor Liverpool officially open its doors this November

Their nominated Liverpool charity will be Feeding Liverpool, a local food alliance which was set up in 2015 to tackle hunger and food insecurity by identifying the root causes of poverty.

Hawksmoor has pledged a £10,000 initial contribution to Feeding Liverpool and will follow this initial donation with contributions from best selling menu items and ongoing fundraising to foster a supportive long term partnership with Feeding Liverpool and their vital network.

For more information visit www.thehawksmoor.com

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