Abbey Road Bar & Kitchen on Harrington Street in the commercial district of Liverpool will open its doors this Saturday (4th July) for only the second time! The bar holds what could be a record as the first bar to open and close on the same day, as the site opened on Friday 20th March, the night all licensed premises were closed from midnight.
Now over three months later, the team behind the venue are happy to be able to open their doors on Saturday 4th July, as pubs, bars and restaurants are officially allowed to open. The site will open from 12noon until 11pm and no bookings are needed. You can just arrive and be greeted at the door by a host who will book a table for you.
The venue, which has several one-off paintings by Liverpool’s very own Paul Curtis, is a sports bar with pool tables, TVs on every wall and a huge selection of beers. Nestled between Castle Street and North John Street it’s in an ideal location for a pub lunch for the thousands who work around the commercial area.
General Manager of the site Brendan Soprano said: “ We are looking forward to opening / launching again this week and hopefully for longer than seven hours! We have all the safety measures laid out by the government and LCC in place and we will be open until 11pm with all premier league matches being shown.”
Saturday will also see the sister venue to the site, the very popular Harrions on the corner of Victoria St and North John Street, open from midday. As with Abbey Road, no booking is needed, but you will be greeted and booked in by a member of staff at the entrance who’ll allocate your table.
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