It is being developed at Oh Me Oh My (pictured), a tea house and bar that was opened in the waterfront Grade II West Africa House opposite the Liver Buildings last year.
The venue, operated by the same team as café-bar Leaf on Bold Street in Liverpool, has a casual, artistic atmosphere with a reasonably priced and simple menu of breakfasts and lunches.
Like Leaf, Oh Me Oh My is licensed for alcohol, selling wine, spirits and beers alongside a premium range of teas, coffees and soft drinks. It has a strong bottled beer selection including Beerlao from Vietnam, Young’s Waggle Dance and Double Chocolate Stout, Erdinger, Bombardier, Damm Lemon and Birra Moretti.
Founder and managing director Natalie Haywood said: “We’re delighted at the prospect of continuing our organic growth in Liverpool and providing a space to get unparalleled views over the Liver Buildings and beyond.
“Our development will allow visitors and residents to the city to experience the waterfront from a new perspective, whilst also creating jobs for local people.”
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