Harrisons Bar & Kitchen, the newly launched venue located on the corner of North John Street and Victoria Street formerly home to the Beaconsfield, are offering free Sunday lunches this Fathers Day,
Harrison’s Bar and Kitchen also features striking artwork, specially commissioned by the new owners and created by local artist of the moment Paul Curtis. Paul is perhaps best known locally for his street art piece entitled For All of Liverpool’s Liverbirds. Inside Harrison’s, you’ll find the Liver Buildings and a piece inspired by the cover of The Beatles Abbey Road album. This latest mural by Curtis has definitely set to inspire many selfies across social media!
A spokesperson for the venue said " Sunday's in Harrisons are now packed out each week as people enjoy live music, good food and drink to round off the week."
23 North John St, Liverpool L2 5QU - 0151-236-2576.
"Sunday's in Harrisons are now packed out each week as people enjoy live music, good food and drink with a fantastic atmosphere to round off the week."
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