With the sun shining bright and the holidays in full-swing, the restaurant, located inside Hotel Indigo, will be hosting live music performances every Friday evening. Local artist Ian Dunn will be performing an array of acoustic tunes from 5pm to 7pm, providing a blissful backdrop for those looking to start the weekend celebrations straight after work.
To accompany the acoustic sessions, the restaurant is also running a one-off summer drinks offer. Kick start the weekend with ‘Fizz Friday’ which has the choice of either a bottle of prosecco or six bottles of Budweiser for £20.
As well as providing the music and the ‘bubbly’, the restaurant is serving up a mouth-watering lunchtime BBQ from noon – 1:30pm on the Chapel Street terrace each Friday (weather permitting), offering a mixture of succulent beef, tender chicken and sweet potato burgers.
Priced at £5 for a burger, £6 for a burger & soft drink and £8 for a burger & a bottle of Budweiser; and served on a soft, white brioche bun and coming with a choice of cheese, lettuce, tomato and onions, the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill BBQ will be manned by one of the restaurant’s skilled chefs.
Sarah Turner, general manager, Hotel Indigo Liverpool, said:
“Whether it’s a quick bite to eat on your lunch break, a catch-up with friends or a meal with the family in the sunshine, our summer BBQ is perfect for anyone wanting to enjoy a seasonal meal on our terrace, overlooking the Royal Liver Building.
“With live music every Friday evening and a number of drinks offers too, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill Liverpool really is the place to be this summer, no matter the weather!”
Stay tuned to our social media channels for more information about the BBQ’s availability.
For more information visit www.mpwsteakhouseliverpool.co.uk.
"For more information visit www.mpwsteakhouseliverpool.co.uk."
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar Grill
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