Restaurants, bars and shops from across South Liverpool are coming together to offer visitors special discounts next month.
The Tenner Festival, launched by Candice Mulligan and her husband Andrew, will see independent businesses from Smithdown Road, Allerton Road and more offer products, services or menus for £10.
Among the restaurants offering deals is Bean There Coffee Shop, a Liverpool institution, where guests will be able to get everything from a box of its iconic sausage rolls to lunch time deals for £10.
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There will even be a Tenner Festival shop inside where visitors can pick up work from local artists for a tenner.
Other restaurants offering deals throughout October include Bloom Bar and Bistro, Hope and Smoke, Cork and Fork and East River on Allerton Road, as well The Watering Can at Greenbank Park and more.
Among the non-food deals on offer are discounts from A Slower Space, Lifestyle Collective, Jennifer Green, Chandler’s, Adam’s Apple, Aruba, the Fab Fur, Open Door and Re-Loved.
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‘Food Sounds’ are also involved in The Tenner Festival, allowing guests to bring orders from several venues together – for example, you could order a £10 veg box from Adam’s Apple, add on a £10 meat box from Clarke’s Butchers and Food Sounds will provide a recipe and playlist to listen to while you create a new dish.
There are also a range of online local businesses on board, including Knotty Potty, Made by Me, Morpho and Fabricsnug.
For more information, you can follow @the_tenner_festival on Instagram and Facebook to find deals.