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The team behind The Deysbrook pub expand taking on the former Justino’s site

The team behind The Deysbrook pub in West Derby have taken over the former Justino’s site on Aigburth Road.

James Nolan, the owner of the pub who took over in March 2015 at just 22 years old, has now expanded to open Amici, a new Italian restaurant.

Opening this summer, Amici will breathe new life into the venue that’s based in the heart of South Liverpool.

James, 31, is renowned for his efforts in Liverpool’s hospitality scene, and in 2021, he was named as one of the Liverpool Echo’s 30 Under 30: The young people changing the face of Merseyside, after he invested £260,000 into The Deysbrook, giving it a major refurbishment and making the pub more modern and comfortable for guests.

Creating 25 jobs at Amici, James, from Stockbridge Village, will build a team of chefs, waiting staff, bartenders, kitchen porters and management.

Announcing Amici, James explained:

“I’m very excited to be opening Amici this summer, reopening the closed site and offering a new venue in Aigburth. 

“I’m passionate about hospitality; delivering the right service, excellent food and drinks and creating a fantastic atmosphere, and we’ll be working hard behind the scenes until we open to bring that all together.

“We’re very much looking forward to meeting the local community including those who visited the previous restaurant, as well as new faces and getting to know them when we open the doors this summer. There isn’t a more perfect time to bring a taste of Italy, as well as a range of summer drinks, to South Liverpool.”


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