Meaning ‘a place to hide away’ Abditory is in its own way, hidden away on Queen Avenue, Liverpool’s own ‘Diagon-Alley.’ Guests can expect outrageous cheese toasties, great coffee, classic cocktails, beer and good times from 10am till late every day.
Located right in the middle of Liverpool’s business district, Abditory offers a slice of good old-fashioned hospitality with a dose of nostalgia thrown in for good measure. Abditory is the new friendly neighbourhood gathering place, whether it be a few drinks after a day in the office, a bite to eat on a lazy weekend or somewhere to go on a special date. They’re making toasties that recall playschool days, drinks that are reminiscent of misspent youth and some pretty jazzy toilets…they have to be seen to be believed.
“There are too many boring bars out there so everything in Abditory is meant to have a sense of fun,” said Steven Burgess, co-director of Abditory. “We have referenced and drawn inspiration from some of the best bars around the world and hope to create our own little piece of old school cool here in Liverpool.”
Josh Moore, co-director of Abditory said: “We are probably only round the corner from your office so mix it up and come to us for your next client meeting or team get-together.”
Abditory bar is to open on Friday 1st November 2019, from 6.00pm. Abditory is the latest project brought to the city by Lucky Penny Consultants who specialise in hospitality business and have worked alongside Sefco Construction who specialise in creating bespoke interiors for commercial properties.