Liverpool’s central shopping complex Liverpool One has launched a new cabin bar concept, ‘The Chavasse Project.’

Located around the city centre’s Chavasse Park, the concept incorporates a series of cabin instillations offering customised menus, cocktails and craft beers in association with Sipsmith Gin and Camden Town Brewery.

The bar will operate on pre-bookings and table service only, and is intended to maintain the momentum built across Liverpool One’s food and beverage sector as Eat Out to Help out comes to an end.

According to the latest figures by landlord Grosvenor, restaurant and dining sales at Liverpool One surpassed the same period last year by an average of 9% across the week in August, jumping to 35% higher Monday to Wednesday.

Beyond food and beverage, the complex’s recently released performance figures show that footfall is at 86% of the volumes experienced this time last year, and sales at 88%, with both figures exceeding UK averages by 7% and 10% respectively.

“While our latest figures have shown exceptional performance across our restaurant and dining sector, we are committed to finding new and creative ways to build on this success, rather than becoming complacent,” said Alison Clegg, director of asset management at Grosvenor Europe.

“It’s great to be collaborating with such high-quality brands to create an memorable experience for visitors, and the versatile, open-air space of Chavasse Park lends itself perfectly to this bespoke concept.”