The team behind Lost Lounge are welcoming guests to their new, unique music venue, which is all about a relaxed vibe, and a place where you can grab a coffee and a bite to eat, sit back and enjoy the best of chilled live music in a city renowned for its contemporary culture.
Set across 2 floors the Lost Lounge concept incorporates a coffee and breakfast menu in the morning, leaning into an evening live music feeling after 4pm.
Lost Lounge has also teamed up with local innovative online radio station, Svara Radio, which will be based at the venue on the first floor and will be broadcasting their shows and podcasts, as well as overseeing all live music and events. Svara has already built a reputation for incorporating a wide range of sounds, DJs, features and guests and are looking forward to this exciting new base.
Music plays such a vital part of Lost Lounge’s appeal, and the team are also keen to make sure that early clients can relax and enjoy their breakfast menu, which consists of dishes using locally sourced ingredients with a strong vegan influence. The menu later in the day gives guests a choice of several different small plates, which complement the Lost Lounge’s cool drinks menu.
Chris Brown of Lost Lounge said: ‘Lost Lounge is bringing something really different to this eclectic area of Liverpool city centre, and I am really proud to be leading a team who are excited to be part of a launch which is all about celebrating music, too. By teaming up with Svara Radio, we know we will be able to attract some of the country’s bright and best music acts.
We also are keen to ensure that everyone who enters our doors will also be greeted with a friendly, relaxed vibe, and a coffee, drinks and curated food menu which is also first-rate. It’s an exciting time to be introducing Lost Lounge, and we look forward to establishing ourselves in the city’s vibrant music and entertainment scene.’
As Liverpool steels itself to welcome local music enthusiasts and staycation tourists from around the nation, Lost Lounge has created its own warmly casual space where music will be at the heart of everything it stands for, incorporating a radio station already renowned for its ingenuity, providing live sounds and refreshments that will encourage new visitors to return in the future.
Opening Times 9am to 12pm Monday to Thursday and also on Sunday.
9am until 2am Friday and Saturday.
See the Svara Radio site here.