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Castle St Townhouse Opens Its Doors

CASTLE St Townhouse has opened its doors to the public in the heart of Liverpool’s thriving Commercial District.

By combining the ‘Three Bs’ (breakfast, brunch and bar), the new venue aims to blur the lines between social meetings and cocktail nights by rotating its core image and atmosphere throughout the day.

Owner and Director of Castle St Townhouse Jason McNeill said: “It is a great honour to open our doors on the increasingly popular Castle Street, and join a host of fantastic names within the hospitality industry. With Liverpool’s landscape ever changing, we wanted to provide an offering that was as unique as the city itself.

“To capture the essence of the brand’s mirror inspiration, the venue transforms throughout the day to reflect people’s changing faces and personalities to allow them to truly show their three sides as they wake, work and play.”

Early risers opting for the breakfast menu will enjoy a range of breakfast bites including Poached Eggs, Chorizo Jam, Mushroom & Sourdough; Mascarpone & Buttermilk Pancakes with caramelised banana and maple syrup and Stornoway Black Pudding with Tomato, Hash, Poached Egg and Hollandaise. From 11am, the menu transforms to serve up innovative brunch dishes such as Shin of Beef with Kale and Carrot Celeriac; Hake Fillet with Spinach Hash, Avocado, Chilli and Chorizo and Rumpette Straw Fries with Béarnaise Sauce.

The venue also provides a duo of house specialities including the city’s first breakfast ‘afternoon tea’, aptly named The Townhouse Tier, which combines bitesize portions of breakfast favourites such as French Toast & Bacon, Danish & French Pastries and Fresh Fruit & Smoothie Shots. Meanwhile, the Bottomless Brunch offers menu favourites along with unlimited Mimosas, Brunch Punch or Prosecco.

Jason added: “Our culinary offering, devised by Head Chef Martin Simm, is made up of a range of quintessentially British flavours paired with contemporary ingredients to create novel future classics and is inspired by the ritual of taking brunch at any time.

“By day we provide a gloriously relaxed meeting point for businesses to connect while grabbing a light bite to eat and drink, whereas come evening the lighting and music rotates and so does our core focus. In order to pay homage to New York’s pristine socialite culture, the venue adds a new dimension to Liverpool’s nightlife by combining a splendid interior with an immaculate service and genuine approach. Regardless of the time of day, we aim to create an unrivalled sunrise to sundown experience that goes on to make a lasting impression.”

Castle St Townhouse is open from 8am Monday-Friday and from 9am Saturday and Sunday.

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