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Dining at Liverpool ONE

Dining at Liverpool ONE

As we all start to enjoy some of the things we love again, we’re looking forward to welcoming customers back to our restaurants at Liverpool ONE.

Published on: 2nd July 2020

While we still have our usual responsibilities to keep ourselves and others safe, it does feel good to be getting out again, doesn’t it? Here’s what things will look like as restaurants and bars reopen.

Stick to the rules

It’s important to be responsible for ourselves and others. Don’t leave the house if you, or someone you’ve been around, have COVID-19 symptoms. Hand washing is still the best way to stop the spread, so make sure you soap up for 20 seconds (you can choose the song – it doesn’t have to be Happy Birthday!). Hand sanitiser gel is useful too if hand washing isn’t available. You’ll also need to wear a face covering if you’re planning on travelling on public transport.


If your name’s not down, you probably won’t be coming in

Most brands will require you to book a table before dining, as space is limited. You’ll also need to book in at some venues that you’ve never had to before, like Nando’s. Restaurants will take the details of all diners, in case other customers who have visited at the same time as you are diagnosed with COVID-19.


Things might be a little different

Expect some changes to how you usually go about things when dining out. For example, in some of our restaurants, there won’t be bar service. Instead you’ll be served at your table. You may have to queue to use the toilet, and social distancing should always be maintained. We’re all getting used to things, so please be patient and kind with each other.


Stick to your bubble

Your “bubble” can consist of a maximum of 6 people from 2 households only. The good news is, you’ll be able to see your friends and family again. The bad news is, you’ll have to choose your favourites. A kiss on the cheek is probably out of the picture too, so swap the smooches for a Premier League style elbow bump!

footballers ake and wijnaldum elbow bumping


Click here to see which restaurants are opening and when, and book your table.


We’re looking forward to getting back to normal, but it’s still very important to remember to keep safe. We’re asking customers to Be Patient, Be Kind, Be Responsible.

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