Liverpool’s dry bar, The Brink has announced it will be reopening its doors, after closing its doors back in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Located on Parr Street, the venue is renowned for serving an imaginative array of non-alcoholic beverages, as well as locally sourced fresh food at an affordable price.
Established in 2011, The Brink which closed back in 2020 during lockdown, was unable to reopen its doors due to the financial impact from Covid 19.
Popular amongst the recovery community, students, families and the general public alike, the Parr Street venue was often referred to as a thriving social hub, providing an inviting space for everyone of all walks in life.
The Brink’s profits were pumped directly back into the community to fund support for those who have suffered through alcoholism and addiction.
The venue was also staffed by people who have had problems with alcohol in the past; providing those in recovery with an opportunity to re-enter the workforce.
The recovery side of things is what made The Brink unique – however it is the venue’s fresh and novel offerings that shape it as a good all-rounder.
Now after two years of closure, The Brink has confirmed its return via its social media channels
“We’re back! The Brink Café is now open 10am-2pm Mon-Fri for coffee, cake, mocktails, smoothies and soft drinks with the kitchen back up and running very soon!
The Brink is now open Monday – Friday 10.00am until 2.00pm.
For further information follow @thebrinklpool