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The rules will apply to homes, pubs and restaurants and anyone breaking them could be fined £100, although the six can now be from six different households.
Plenty of Liverpool venues have been sticking to the safety guidelines from day one of reopening and they’ve already got the new normal all sorted.
So, if you want a socially-distanced day or night out, where you’ll feel safe but still have a great time, here are six of the best in Liverpool for your group of six mates …
PINS Social Club on Duke Street is bringing back the retro fun of bowling but with a stylish update. It reopened in the middle of August with loads of safety measures including social distancing, staggered seating and tables, hand sanitisers, a one-way walking route and QR code or table service for food and drink.
And, not only does it have 12 full-size bowling lanes, a mezzanine level karaoke room, and Rocco’s Games Room with classic table games, it’s got Liverpool’s biggest rooftop bar too where you can drink cocktails, get food and have a go on the full-size shuffle court.
Set in the gorgeous surroundings of Calderstones Park by the grade II listed Mansion House, The Reader has been serving up Summer Eats in The Secret Garden on weekends right the way through summer.
Make the most of a September mini heatwave while you sit can – tables are available for parties of four to six, so you’re still within the new guidelines, there’s social distancing, table service and contactless payment.
Choose from a menu of homemade pizza, fresh salads and favourites like halloumi fries during the day, and, continental meats, Spanish olives and artisan cheese boards in the evening. Plus desserts obviously.
Book online for Sat Sept 12 and Sun Sept 13
One of the best outdoor spaces in the Baltic, tucked on Greenland Street, Constellations – home to the Bank Holiday’s Liverpool Disco Festival – is all about music, food and drink, and just being a relaxed place to get together.
The urban garden has been given a Covid-ready makeover so it’s set out to suit groups of up to six in pods and seating separated by planters and shrubbery so distancing has never looked so lush.
Everything’s ordered via app and brought to your tables so it couldn’t be easier or feel safer.
When the sun’s shining there aren’t too many places in Liverpool city centre better to soak it up than in the Kaz Garden (actually, it’s hard to beat even when it’s miserable out).
It’s got loads of great beers and wines so you can grab a pint and a table for six, no bookings needed because it’s walk-ins only, and get some amazing food from Rose Marie’s Kitchen.
The vegan pierogi (that’s Polish dumplings if you’ve never tried it) absolutely flies out for good reason or take a burger option instead if you fancy.
There’s plenty of reasons to give the new-look Roxy Ball Room on Hanover Street a try if you’re looking for somewhere fun to go with your (six) mates …
For a start it’s the home of Crazy Pool (a mash-up of crazy golf and pool), plus it’s got American pool and ping-pong tables, retro arcade games, shuffleboard and beer pong, as well as craft beer, cocktails and flatbread pizzas.
It’s also got a sun-trap rooftop terrace to sit out and enjoy the views at socially-distanced tables.
For outdoor cocktails, beers, Apocalypse Cow BBQ street food (loaded fries for days) plus palm trees and a totally tropical backdrop, it’s got to be Birdies Bar next to Ghetto Golf in Cains Brewery.
You can get a booth to share between six mates just remember, because they want you to have a good time in a safe setting, you’ll now have to book yourself a time slot in advance.
And the best news is that they’ve extended their Eat Out To Help Out 50% off deal on Mondays to Wednesdays right through September.
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