Void will open its doors in late August and is the brainchild of owners Joe McMahon, Adam Ramsey and Dan Friend, whose ever-expanding hospitality portfolio also contains Graffiti and Wall of Fame, which are both located on Victoria Street.
Set in the former Wonderland site, the over-21 nightclub will fill the gap in the market to offer an exclusive experience comprising high-end table service and a premium drinks selection.
Joe said: “Our previous ventures have seen us cater to such a wide demographic, including the younger generation who like to party at Graffiti and an eclectic mix at Wall of Fame, ranging from families, corporates and tourists. The idea for Void was conceived when we noticed a huge gap in the nightlife market for those who want to enjoy a cosmopolitan atmosphere in the heart of the city centre with a bit of extra opulence.”
Adam added: “The inspiration for the concept came from our travels across the globe, particularly locations such as London, Marbella and Las Vegas, whereby a premium standard of drinks and high level of customer service is expected. We want to replicate this approach here in Liverpool so that our guests will never have to worry about their glasses being empty. By providing the ultimate table service experience, Void is set to become the ideal venue for those seeking a unique and prestigious night out.”
The 175 sq. metre site has been completely transformed to feature lowered ceilings to offer a more intimate atmosphere, a raised DJ booth and a mirrored wrap around video wall. Located at 10 Stanley Street, the venue will be split into two separate sites, with the ground floor bar offering a different concept under the same ownership set to open in July.
In addition to supporting the on-going development of the local area, Void will create around 30 jobs ranging from security to bar and hosting staff.
Dan said: “We’re glad to be a part of the resurgence of the business district of Liverpool City Centre. In recent months, we’ve noticed a number of exciting new happenings in the form of both exciting independents and exclusive chain bars and restaurants set up shop – it’s great to see this side of our city thriving.”
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