The space is also available for walk-ins.
Beer gardens and outdoor terraces are now the new destination du jour and it seems more outdoor spaces are popping up in the city suitable for all our post-lockdown soirées. One space that has emerged as further restrictions were lifted is Sub Rosa, a welcoming hideout nestled in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle by the team behind The Botanical Garden.
Sub Rosa has transformed the former warehouse area on Kings Dock Street into a haven for outdoor meet-ups, which features repurposed bus shelters into cute dining booths. The pop-up bar and events space has also created more outdoor seating in the form of tiered wooden steps and canteen dining stools with integrated tables. And as the night draws in, Sub Rosa’s fairy lights come on making for a magical evening set-up.
And the fun doesn’t just stop with the design, as Sub Rosa has its very own craft beer for you to try. The bar has teamed up with neighbours Black Lodge Brewery to create their own signature brew, which Sub Rosa describes as “a tasty crisp lager that goes well with good times and sunshine!”
To go alongside their original beer, Sub Rosa has a number of pop-up stalls including retail and food, with their current residents being Pin Head, purveyors of Scouse-inspired pins and accessories, as well as Taco Or Don’t, producers of tasty tacos. Taco Or Don’t serve tacos which are 100% gluten-free and bursting with flavour and you can choose from the likes of chicken tinga; black bean; beef shin slow cooked in Mexican cola; and coconut cauliflower. They also serve up delicious corn ribs and nachos for you to snack on, pint in hand.
Plus, the bonus to this space hidden behind Black Lodge Brewery is that you needn’t have to book, as Sub Rosa welcomes walk-ins on a first come first served basis. However, the space is also available to book for events, with more information on their website.
[Featured Image: Sub Rosa]
Sub Rosa, Kings Dock Street, L1 8JU