Expect music and magical views of the city.
Bank holiday weekend plans are back and the long-awaited rooftop bar, Tempest on Tithebarn, is finally opening for us to enjoy a tipple or two at. The new bar is hosting a soft launch from midday on Friday (May 28) and across the Bank Holiday weekend, then officially from June 1 at 8.30am onwards.
Tempest on Tithebarn is set to become a hub to enjoy drinks and meals out with friends, as well as play host to a multitude of music and events. The beautiful venue is inspired by New York’s meatpacking district eateries, with a heavy focus on brunches, lunches, cocktails and craft beer (we can’t complain about that).
The building on Tithebarn Street features stone walls and bare wood with lots of natural lighting on the ground-floor open plan restaurant and bar, as well to an intimate subterranean club space with huge potential for parties. And of course, you cannot forget the rooftop which offers some of the best views in the city, with visibility of Liverpool in all directions due to being 10-storeys high.
Plus, Tempest on Tithebarn has its very own in house-bakery serving delicious freshly baked croissants, muffins, bread and other treats every morning alongside coffee and teas. An unusual addition to their rooftop space is their beehives, which will provide honey to be used in the restaurant’s kitchen and for customers to purchase.
Led by the owner of Ma Boyle’s, Iain Hoskins, he said: “We feel we have got something different to offer everyone across our breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, through to music and events including our jazz festival in the summer. This has been reflected in the bookings we have already got in the coming weeks and months. And as a place to come to for after work drinks, a night out, to catch up with family and friends – we can do it all here, we cover the early risers to the late finishers and everyone in between.”
For the opening weekend, Tempest on Tithebarn will be launching its bottomless brunch service. A wide range of music and events are also being programmed in too, including a jazz festival expected to take place across the weekend of July 30 to August 1.
And just a few roads away, you’ll find the alehouse and eatery, Ma Boyle’s, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2021. To book a table at Tempest on Tithebarn head to their website here.
Tempest on Tithebarn, 12 Tithebarn St, L2 2DT