New venue ‘Cheers Big Ears’ to open on Bold Street this Spring
1 year ago
Bold Street is set to welcome a new venue this Spring.
Liverpool is set to welcome a fresh new venue to its ever-growing food and drink scene when Cheers Big Ears opens in April this year.
Located in the former premises of the Crafty Chandler on Bold Street, in the city centre. The venue is the latest addition to the Pub Invest Group’s extensive portfolio.
Cheers Big Ears will offer a new food and drink location in the popular area of the city and aims to be the perfect spot for quiet, relaxing drinks during the day and fun and excitement throughout the weekends.
Visitors to the venue can expect an exciting interactive sports concept across the first floor, making Cheers Big Ears Liverpool the perfect place to head for football, boxing, UFC, and other main sports events throughout the year. The first floor will play host to ‘Tops Dart Bar’, an interactive games area with state of the art digital games. With its own personality within Cheers, the bar will feature high end cocktails and beers and will be the perfect meeting place at the start of any night. This bar will also be available for private hire.
The Pub Invest Group is one of the largest independent operators of bars and nightclubs in the Northwest of England , having over 30 brands under their belt, including Liverpool favourites LA’GO, Soho, Moloko and the latest venue to open in the Cavern Quarter, Revolver.
The new redeveloped site will be serving up an assortment of snacks and mains speciality chicken dishes and light bites’., as well as a wide selection of beers, spirits, wines, and cocktails.
A spokesperson for Pub Invest Group said:
“We look forward to opening on Bold Street, which is without doubt, one of the most eclectic and vibrant streets in Liverpool city centre. It has been a roller coaster 2 years with the pandemic for everyone, but especially so for the hospitality industry. So it feels great to be opening a site this Spring with what we all hope can be a fantastic 2022 for the city with big events such as the Grand National Races much missed over the last few years.”