Prior to the pandemic, the cafe bar at The Women’s Organisation in the Baltic district of Liverpool was a popular lunch and meeting venue and is now looking for a new operator. Tony McDonough reports
Liverpool social enterprise The Women’s Organisation is seeking a new operator for its ground floor cafe bar space.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the space at 54 St James Street in the Baltic district of Liverpool, was a popular lunch and meeting venue for both staff and users of the centre, and for members of the public.
However, the pandemic and subsequent lockdown meant the previous operator was forced to pull out. Now, with lockdown restrictions easing, The Women’s Organisation is keen to see the space filled once again.
It has put out a brochure seeking expressions of interest. In the document, it describes the space as “a unique location in a stunning venue, in the heart of Liverpool’s creative district”. It adds: “With outside space and stunning views this is a fantastic opportunity for a business looking for a dynamic space in a vibrant area of Liverpool.”
The venue includes a fully equipped kitchen totalling 398 sq ft and a dining and business lounge area comprising almost 900 sq ft. It also includes existing cafe furniture for 30 covers, outdoor space and a separate 4th floor conference venue with a maximum capacity of 120 people.
The Women’s Organisation says it particularly welcomes applications from women-led, social enterprises, charities or community based businesses. Applications close at midday on Friday, May 7. Click here for full details.