Xiringuito, the moveable restaurant from Conor Sheehan and chef Jackson Berg, will open in Liverpool on November 15.

Liverpool is the second location for Xiringuito, which has been designed to travel from location to location, with a transferrable structure by architect Asif Khan.

The restaurant will be housed in a disused warehouse at the Cains Brewery, part of the new Northern Lights development of Liverpool’s Baltic area.

The restaurant’s menu will offer internationally influenced British dishes inspired by Conor and Jackson’s time working at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen and St. John Bread & Wine.

The menu will also feature a specially commissioned menu artwork by illustrator John Booth. New for the Liverpool location will be a separate bar area and a weekend brunch menu.

The name, Xiringuito (pronounced chi-rin-gito), is taken from the Catalan name for the provisional, seasonal bars that open up on beaches during the summer months and references the transitional nature of the restaurant.

Sheehan said “We wanted to move Xiringuito to a city for the winter months and Liverpool, being our hometown, seemed the natural choice. The bar and restaurant scene there has been burgeoning more and more over the last few years so it seems a really exciting scene to get involved in.”