Roxy Ball Room, Rainford Square reopens 1 August and you can pre-book your night out now
3 years ago
Nights out are back on again and there’s no better place to get together with friends or just as a couple than at Roxy Ball Room.
Roxy Ball Room is big on fun, and everyone could do with more of that right now, so a combination of gaming and fabulous food and drink in one enormous easy-to-distance space makes it the perfect post-lockdown venue in Liverpool.
Rainford Square Roxy Ball Room is reopening on August 1 and, alongside all the things that have made it a massive favourite since it launched 18 months ago, it’s made a few changes to keep players and staff safe and make the whole experience even better.
The 9-hole mini golf course, shuffleboard, ping pong, pool, retro arcade games and full-size bowling lanes will all be back in action – and now beer pong can be booked in advance meaning there’s no danger of missing out if you fancy a game.
Plus you won’t have to queue for food and drinks anymore because you can simply order via the QR code on every gaming table, drinking table, and beer pong table. Orders are brought to customers by staff in PPE, so it’s safer and you don’t lose any playing time!
All gaming will be sanitised between every booking, customers will be asked to sanitise their hands when they arrive, disposable gloves will be available and there’ll be extra hand sanitiser around the venue.
The two-floor site means that it’s easy to keep to social distance guidelines so everyone can stay in their own groups but comfortably space out from others while they play.
A new food menu features pizzas, burgers, loaded nachos and wings, lots of nibbles like halloumi fries, falafel and cracked pepper chips, plus plenty of vegan and vegetarian options. And there’s a packed drinks menu too, including cocktails, mocktails, shots, beers, wine and prosecco.
If you’re ready to get out in Liverpool city centre again, Roxy Ball Room has everything – you’ll just need to pre-book a time slot for a maximum of six people per group to make sure you get to play when you want to.