A much-loved Liverpool will reopen this week after closing its doors when the city went into tier three lockdown.

French-inspired restaurant Petit Cafe Du Coin, on Berry Street, made the decision to close “for a little while” earlier this month.

Taking to Instagram, the team wrote: “Unfortunately we’ll be closing our doors for a little while until we’re allowed to re-open.

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“We’ve had a lovely few months building back up after the initial lockdown and everyone’s support has been brilliant!

“We’ll keep our social media’s updated with re-opening plans! Goodbye for now”.

Fans were disappointed to see the cafe closed, but wished the team “a swift return”.

Now, the team has confirmed Petit Cafe Du Coin will open again tomorrow, October 30.

Sharing the news on Instagram, the team said they’d be “working hard the past few weeks” to create a food menu.

“We’ve been working hard the past few weeks to create what we think is a perfect food menu to accompany our cocktails & wine menu

“Join us for small plates, big plates & boards 7 days a week with a few musical surprises sprinkled in.

“Our take away cocktail, wine & cheese boards will still be available. Hope to see you all soon.”

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Fans of the popular Berry Street cafe were quick to like and comment on the post, with one person saying it was “the best news of the week”.

Another wrote: “Yesssss! Great news”.

A third said: “Best news ever!!!”, while a fourth said the news was “fabulous”.