Dixie Dean Hotel in Liverpool reveals look of the No9 restaurant-bar
Restaurant is named after the number on the back of Everton legend Dixie Dean’s shirt and will open to the public in eight weeks’ time
Signature Living’s Dixie Dean Hotel in Liverpool has unveiled computer-generated images of how its new restaurant-bar, No9 will look when it opens in just eight weeks’ time.
The restaurant is named after the number on the back of Everton legend Dixie Dean’s shirt. The Blues star famously scored 60 goals in just one season and was much-loved by the club and its fans.
The restaurant-bar, which seats a total of 160 people, has been designed with deep royal blue and aqua blue hues that dominate the colour scheme and are synonymous with Everton FC.
The colours have then been complimented with regal gold embellishment, exposed brick walls and luxurious wood which completes the lavish interior. Furnishings including comfortable dining and tub chairs, huge ornate mirrors, plush couches and an array of memorabilia.
No9’s menu will comprise a large breakfast buffet, afternoon tea, lunch dishes, and an A La Carte evening menu. The bar will be the focal point of the back of the restaurant, with a cocktail menu, premium spirits, wines and beers.
No9’s opening will mark the launch of the first phase of the Dixie Dean Hotel, with the second phase following in June when the hotel rooms will be unveiled.
The launch of Dixie Dean Hotel will see the creation of the UK’s first ‘Football Quarter’, as it opens opposite the popular Shankly Hotel. Life-size bronze statues of Liverpool and Everton legends will be positioned outside of both hotels, with grand canopies also placed outside of the entrances.
Lawrence Kenwright, founder of Signature Living, said: “We can’t wait to see the Dixie Dean Hotel open opposite The Shankly – it will mark the creation of the UK’s first Football Quarter which is very exciting.
“I’m delighted to give Blues fans a place where they can stay, eat and drink. No9 will be a great place for celebrations of any kind and we look forward to seeing guests there.”