Grosvenor Europe, owns the Liverpool One retail, has introduced the signing of a new regionally based concept, Boujee Restaurant & Bar.
Alison Clegg, said: “We are dedicated to retaining a sturdy combine of unbiased manufacturers at Liverpool One. ““Our debut signing of the company highlights that, no matter the instances for the industry, Grosvenor Europe is in a role to guide its operators, working with them to assist create possibilities for increase as we go toward recovery.”
Lystra Adams, a Boujee investor, said: “Boujee is a vibrant, trend-driven idea packed with persona and really has some thing for everyone.
“The technique of selecting the vicinity of Boujee’s first website used to be very selective. It has an unbeatable role within the metropolis and proximity to unbiased eating operators thru to main chains and brands.
“My funding in Boujee displays the wider self assurance at the back of the notion and its success at Liverpool One. We will be searching ahead to sharing the Boujee .”
In line with the Government’s state-of-the-art countrywide COVID-19 advice, Liverpool One is preserving its strict fitness and security measures to defend restaurant traffic and staff, whilst concurrently helping its portfolio of operators.
Boujee joins eating standards at Liverpool One, together with Italian-American idea restaurant Smoke and Dough and The Club House through New World Trading Company. In addition, Maggie Fu, the Liverpool-based Asian road meals restaurant, is set to open on Liverpool One’s Hanover Street in early 2021. Metis Real Estate Advisors and Savills acted for Liverpool One.