NYC Inspired Restaurant & Bar, Tempest On Tithebarn, Opens Friday 28th May In Liverpool City Centre

Updated: May 26, 2021

Owner Of Ma Boyle's Is Set To Open Up His New Venture This Friday from 12 Midday

A view from Tempest on Tithebarn onto the historic streets of The Commercial District (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).
A view from Tempest on Tithebarn onto the historic streets of The Commercial District (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).

The owner of much loved Liverpool institution, Ma Boyle's, will be opening up his exciting new venue this Friday from 12 midday.


Iain Hoskins has already invested £250,000 into the latest fantastic addition to the City Centre's selection of fantastic places to eat.


The venue will officially open from 8:30am on Tuesday the 1st of June. With the Bank Holiday Weekend offering the opportunity for a soft launch of the new restaurant and bar.


The company is making extensive use of the Tempest Building. Offering distinct areas to the building that offer a selection of spaces to go for events & get-togethers, chilled out meals, and fun with family and friends.


Housing an open-plan bar & restaurant on the ground floor inspired by the New York City Meat-Packing District, a club on the lower floors underground, as well as a 10-storey open-air rooftop bar that will be available for events, private

parties, live music and more.


'we can do it all here, we cover the early risers to the late finishers and everyone in between' - Iain Hoskins, Owner of Tempest on Tithebarn.
Tempest on Tithebarn's coffee lounge (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).
Tempest on Tithebarn's coffee lounge (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).

Nestled in the heart of the historic Commercial District, backing onto quaint streets such as Leather Lane, Tempest Hey and Hackins Hey and sits opposite grand buildings including Exchange Station and reinvigorated Silkhouse Court.


The ground-floor restaurant and bar focuses heavily on brunches, lunches, cocktails and craft beer. Featuring stone walls and bare wood, and makes extensive use of natural light.


There is an in-house bakery serving delicious freshly baked croissants, muffins, bread and other treats that are available every morning alongside coffee and teas.


The beehives on the rooftop will also be used by Tempest on Tithebarn in the restaurant, with the honey cultivated for use in the kitchen and to be enjoyed by the customers.


Tempest on Tithebarn will also be offering Bottomless Cocktail Brunches across its opening weekend and will continue to do so from then on.

The 10-storey rooftop garden & bar inspired by the bees that are housed on the other portion of the rooftop (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).
The 10-storey rooftop garden & bar inspired by the bees that are housed on the other portion of the rooftop (Credit: Image Supplied by Tempest on Tithebarn).
'We feel we have got something different to offer everyone across our breakfast, lunch and dinner menus' - Iain Hoskins, Owner of Tempest on Tithebarn.

Owner of both Ma Boyle's and Tempest on Tithebarn, Iain Hoskins, said: 'We of course can’t wait to open our doors and show just how lovely the building here is. Myself and the team are all raring to go.'


He added: 'It’s a pivotal moment for us being able to open, and for the whole city which has been booming over the last few weeks al fresco and now being able to serve inside too.'


He said: 'We feel we have got something different to offer everyone across our breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, through to music and events including our jazz festival in the summer. This has been reflected in the bookings we have already got in the coming weeks and months.


Discussing his plans for the place, Iain described Tempest on Tithebarn as: 'a place to come to for after work drinks, a night out, to catch up with family and friends - we can do it all here, we cover the early risers to the late finishers and everyone in between.'