Some of the food concepts and events coming to a new venue at Liverpool’s Mann Island have been revealed.
Dockside Dining Club is heading towards the final stages of planning and is nearing its summer launch date.
The new multi-vendor casual food hall and social space will feature a mix of events, market stalls, food traders and beverage offerings
Regular events will see Dockside Dining Club host a variety of classes including yoga, meditation, pilates, mindfulness, exercise classes and a number of wellbeing workshops.
Meanwhile market stalls will have independent traders offering a selection of products which will consist of vintage, vegan prints, crystal jewellery, boho clothing and accessories, naturally handmade beauty products, skin care, candles, fresh bread, homemade chutneys, jams, preserves and more.
As well a number of food concepts which are brand new to Liverpool, Dockside Dining Club has a number of independents joining it.
Award-winning gelato manufacturer Cafe Cream will be in attendance when it opens its doors in July.
Cowfish Smokehouse, KO Grill, Lucky Fish and Liverpool sushi specialist Izakaya have also been confirmed.
The venue will also have Dockside Cafe serving up brunches and lunches, superfood smoothies, handmade juices, locally roasted neighbourhood coffee and artisan teas.
Andy Duckworth, who is behind the Dockside Dining Club, says: “When considering where to position DDC (Dockside Dining Club) we wanted somewhere that would draw people to us.
“The right location was vital because it contributes in making the whole experience awesome. Although it is ambitious we want to offer the very best in dining solutions for brunch, lunch and dinner.
“We’ve visited the best street food markets in the country; Altrincham, Pop Brixton, Camden Market, Sheffield’s Peddler Night Market, Dockyard Social, Platform in Glasgow and many, many more.
“We know the demand is there, we know what people expect and I’m looking forward to showcasing what we’ve got to Liverpool, in full view of our iconic skyline and Three Graces.”