Boujee Restaurant and Bar unveils new eye-catching outside space on Chavasse Park in Liverpool
3 years ago
Boujee Restaurant and Bar launched in Liverpool ONE just before the last locldown took hold, today it reopens with a dazzling new outside area on Chavasse Park.
Boujee has reopened on Chavasse Park with a brand new outside Terrace available for A la carte dining that must be pre-booked, and also the new Boujee In The Park which is available for guests at a first come, first served basis.
Spanning a 9,600 sq ft unit set across two floors, the interior of Boujee which reopens in May, will evolve from a family-friendly environment during the day to a buzzing, experiential atmosphere in the evening, serving a range of sharing plates, sushi, signature cocktails, champagne and signature drinks. A VIP and private dining space on the upper floor will be available for groups of up to 20 people, but booking is essential.
Lystra Adams, a Boujee investor, also commented on the signing:
“Boujee is a vibrant, trend-driven concept packed with personality and truly has something for everyone. The process of choosing the location of Boujee’s first site was very selective, but Liverpool ONE really stood out. It has an unbeatable position within the city and proximity to independent dining operators through to leading chains and brands. My investment in Boujee reflects the wider confidence behind the concept and its success at Liverpool ONE. We will be looking forward to sharing the Boujee experience as soon as we can.”
In line with the government’s latest national Covid-19 advice, Liverpool ONE is maintaining its strict health and safety measures to protect restaurant visitors and staff, while simultaneously supporting its portfolio of operators.
Boujee joins a distinctive list of dining concepts at Liverpool ONE, including Italian-American concept restaurant Smoke and Dough and The Club House by New World Trading Company. In addition, Maggie Fu, the Liverpool-based Asian street food restaurant, is set to open on Liverpool ONE’s Hanover Street in early 2021.