Several pubs, bars and restaurants in West Kirby, Hoylake and Meols are set to reopen their outdoor space starting from Monday 12 April.
The latest stage in the government’s lifting of Covid-19 restrictions means that outdoor hospitality is allowed from this date.
The rule of six – or members of up to two households – applies, but you won’t have to order a ‘substantial meal’ with alcoholic drinks, and the 10pm curfew has been scrapped.
These are the places we know are opening up their outside dining and drinking areas.
You may want to check table availability before you visit to make sure you don’t have a wasted trip.
Aubergine Cafe – Crescent Walk, CH48 4DA
Dee Hotel – Grange Road, CH48 4EF
Hannah’s – Acacia Grove, CH48 4DD
Hickory’s Smokehouse – Village Road, CH48 3JN
Leaf – Black Horse Hill, CH48 6DS
Pickled Walnut – Banks Road, CH48 0RD (from Tuesday, 13 April)
The Ridger – China Farm Lane, CH48 9XW (from Wednesday, 14 April)
Sweet Pea Cafe – Acacia Grove, CH48 4DD
White Lion – Grange Road, CH48 4EE
Artizan – Market Street, CH47 2AF (from 24 April)
Black Toad – Market Street, CH47 2AF
Green Lodge – Stanley Road, CH47 1HW
Monte Carlo restaurant bar and grill – Market Street, CH47 2AE
Nine Leaves – Albert Road, CH47 2AB (open Friday – Sunday only)
Plasterers Arms – Back Sea View, CH47 2DJ
Popsy’s Coffee Shop and Bistro – Hoyle Road, CH47 3AG
Quirky Cafe – Market Street, CH47 3BH (open Tuesday – Sunday)
Trappist House – Market Street, CH47 3BB
Atrium Restaurant – Carr Farm Garden Centre, Birkenhead Road, CH47 9RE
Maple Gardens Cafe – Park Lane, CH47 8XT
The Railway – Birkenhead Road, CH47 6AA
Cottage Loaf – Telegraph Road, CH61 0HJ
Strawberry Moon Cafe – Station Road, CH61 0HL
Farmers Arms – Hill Bark Road, CH48 1NJ
Have we missed any? Let us know by emailing email@example.com and we’ll add them to the list.