The newly launched Harrison’s Bar and Kitchen on the corner of North John Street and Victoria Street is already proving popular with business district locals after opening this week. Formerly the Beaconsfield, the venue relaunched this week following a 12-month refurbishment and a complete transformation.
Now serving home cooked meals and screening live sport seven days a week, Harrison’s Bar and Kitchen also features striking artwork, specially commissioned by the new owners and created by local artist of the moment Paul Curtis. Paul is perhaps best known locally for his street art piece entitled For All of Liverpool’s Liverbirds. The large pair of wings, painted on a wall in the Baltic district, sit at just the right height to invite passers by to take selfies. Inside Harrison’s, you’ll find the Liver Buildings and a piece inspired by the cover of The Beatles Abbey Road album. This latest mural by Curtis has definitely inspired a few selfies of its own already this week!
Kerry Holder AGM said ” We are delighted to be opening our doors this Spring after taking over the site. After an extensive refurb and re-design which now includes fixed seating area, several large screen TV’s for all major sporting events and a classic selection of foods we have positioned ourselves perfectly in the heart of the business district.”
With live music every weekend and open 7 days a week. Sunday to Thursday 11am – 11pm and Friday and Saturday 10am till 1am, Harrisons is a welcome addition for office workers, shoppers, tourists and those just wanting to enjoy a drink away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
"We are delighted to be opening our doors this Spring after taking over the site. "
Kerry Holder -AGM
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