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From Saturday 4th July a selection of Liverpool’s bars and restaurants will be planning to reopen if the Government’s initial strategy goes ahead.

Bars and pubs will be open with reduced hours while nightclubs will remain closed, for now. Sites will be operating under Sunday hours with an earlier closing time of 11.00pm.

Venues owned by The Pub Invest Group which includes McCooleys, Dirty O’Sheas, Einstein, Soho, The Rubber Soul Complex, The Old Bank and several more sites will all be looking to open on the 4th July, whilst nightclubs such as Kingdom, Level and Fusion will remain closed until further notice.

Latest news on Liverpool venues opening

Grand Central Hall over on Renshaw Street will be making use of their large gardens to the rear of the building, when licensed premises are allowed to open early next month. Roscoe Gardens will open up from the 4th July ( or when the government says it is safe to date subject to change ) and this will be accessed via Mount Pleasant. The team behind the Grand Central are looking to erect a marquee at the back of the gardens as well as around 25 large tables that will be placed at safe distances around the gardens. The idea is that families or groups of friends can book tables at the site as the government looks to relax lockdown rules. Tables can then be set out accordingly.

Owner of Grand Central Hall, which also includes Smokie Mo’s a hotel and large dome theatre space Maureen Bramwell said ” It’s been a difficult 3-4 months for the industry as well as the nation and we now look forward to opening up our huge outdoor space for the last few summer months. As the football is now starting this again also we will be playing all the premier league games on our large outdoor screen. Some areas will be covered some outdoor and we will be lead by the government guidelines as well as the Great British Weather.” To book tables simply call 0151-709-3559. 

Latest news on Liverpool venues opening

A spokesperson for the Pub Invest group, Gary Bond , said:

“From a Pub Invest Group point of view we’ll be opening will be the likes of McCooleys, Dirty O’Sheas, Einstein, Soho, The Rubber Soul Complex, The Old Bank and several more of the sites as soon as we’re permitted.”

Rooftop bar Liberte, which is known for its bottomless brunches and bank holiday events, will be reopening as well as newer venues such as Harrisons and the Abbey Road on Harrington Street, which officially opened the day the lockdown started.

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