Italian restaurant and bar 53 Degrees launches in Liverpool

53 Degrees

Map coordinates provided the inspiration for 53 Degrees, a modern Italian bar and eatery that has recently opened on Berry Street in Liverpool.

The venue positions itself as a “fresh offering” to the city’s nightlife scene where Italian street food is combined with a bar menu designed by consultants from Bacardi and Grey Goose.

General manager Shaun Royden said: “We have launched with a full programme of great events that takes us right up to Christmas. It’s been proving popular since before we opened our doors for the first time!

A number of well-known guests chefs will be manning the kitchens at 53 Degrees Liverpool between now and Christmas.

The team behind Izakaya, as well as a growing number of other outlets in popular locations including the Baltic Market and Dockside Dining Club, have launched their spin on Italian street food.

An array of entertainment, including sets from big name, international DJs will be provided. A private back room, titled The Pirch, is also available for private hire, inclusive of a roofed outdoor terrace.

Shaun added: “Our site was home to a well known Italian restaurant and bar for a long time, so we’ve honoured that heritage and built on it by adding our own modern twist, with a wide ranging bar menu, a slick interior and a sheltered, outdoor section available for private parties.”

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