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New venues in the city centre this autumn

AS Autumn nears it’s time to look out for the new venues and stores to celebrate with friends or stock up for Christmas. Liverpool city centre’s high streets welcome a few new signings, see independents expand and welcome a historic name to the retail heartland.

Haute Dolci, Bold Street
For those with a sweet tooth find your favourite new haunt on Bold Street. Opulently styled with a decadent menu, Haute Dolci offers a wide variety of desserts, brunch, cocktails and treats. The restaurant, created by Heavenly Desserts founder Nizam Mohamed, moves into the former Waterstones building.

Core, Tarleton St
One of Liverpool’s newest cafes, Core promises everything from a coffee to start the day to cocktails to see you ready to party. With a family link to the nearby Bramley Cafe, the couple behind Core will also offer on the go sandwiches.

Elif, Castle St
The Turkish BBQ restaurant opens a new venue on Castle Street inside what was the Natwest Bank. Adding to their venues on Lark Lane, Queen’s Drive and Bold Street, Elif brings its charcoal grill menu to another of Liverpool’s iconic streets.

Pho, Castle St
Another Bold Street favourite adding Castle Street to their address book, Pho’s fresh Vietnamese menu makes it one of the most popular street food restaurants. Full of flavour and promises to nourish both body and soul, Pho’s menu adds a little spice to daily life.

Spice Thai, Castle Street
A favourite from Baltic Market, Spice Thai will be also adding to Castle Street’s exciting openings in the previous Heritage. Expect Thai street food such as dim sum, pad thai and drunken noodles.

BAM BOO, Bold Street
Promising the best brunch in Liverpool, Bamboo offers to take you throughout the day with bagels and pancakes for the morning, and cocktails once it starts to get dark.

92 Degrees, Lime Street Station
Liverpool’s original Roastery and Coffee Shop expands its flavoursome empire to Lime Street. With a passion for people as strong as their love for coffee, 92 Degrees celebrate independent business and local endeavour.

TJ Hughes, Church Street
After more than a century on London Road, TJ Hughes heads across the city centre to Church Street. One of the most recognisable names in Liverpool shopping, the discount retailer has long been the place to go for everything from fashion to homeware.

Flip Out, Clayton Square
Liverpool’s biggest and best indoor adventure park has three floors of fun filled attractions for the whole family. From bumper cars to laser quest, battle canons to roller rink spend the whole day with plenty to do.

Søstrene Grene, Bold Street
Established by two Danish sisters, Anna and Clare, Søstrene Grene offers a glimpse into their world with homeware, textiles, gifts and more. Affordable, Scandi style, this is their first store in Liverpool.

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