SEVENTY five jobs have been created by the opening of The Bierkeller Entertainment Complex at Liverpool One in a £1.5m investment.
The centre, part of a chain that operates similar venues in Leeds and Blackpool, opens officially tomorrow.
Situated in the former Zeligs Restaurant site on Thomas Steers Way, the venture aims to offer a Bavarian drinking and dining experience.
It will provide a selection of draught German beers, served in traditional steins by waiting staff in authentic German bierkeller costumes, and hot, authentic regional food.
The complex comprises three separate venues: a Round the World bar, the first to be developed by the group, a Shooters Sports bar and the main room, The Bierkeller.
Reevellers will be offered the chance to go “around the world in 80 beers” in the Round the World Bar which will stock a mix of exotic beers and food dishes from around the globe.
The Shooters Sports Bar area has live sports every day on one of th biggest 3D screens in the country, as well as pool tables, an Xbox gaming area and soft seating lounge areas, together with waitress service so that customers need not leave their seats during televised sporting events.
And in the Lastly Bierkeller the aim is to provide a party atmosphere every night, with traditional Bavarian waiting staff, steins of beers and an Oompah Band.
Bierkeller general manager Dave Howarth said: “We are really looking forward to the latest venue to open.
“Our sites in the likes of Leeds have been a great success, with large groups such as stags, hens and office parties really embracing our party atmosphere.
“We have also created around 75 new jobs, both full and part-time, in the process and that is great in the current economic environment, and especially at this time of year.”
Leeds-based Burningnight, the group behind the Bierkeller, is also planning a further opening in the heart of Manchester’s leisure quarter at The Printworks.