A new bar and social space is preparing to open in Preston city centre that aims to have an "all year round festival vibe".
Market Street Social is set to launch on Friday, April 16 just off Friargate.
The bar is owned by the same people behind Plau Bar, as they aim to create an "inventive culture space" for the city.
And there will be a month of weekend garden parties as the new venture launches.
Rebecca Rowlands from Plau bar said: “Our vision for Market Street Social in the long term is to become an inventive culture space for indie retailers, that will share the walled courtyard with Plau.
“From the team behind The Continental Beer Festival and The Plungington Gin Festival we have missed creating events and wanted to create something like this but with an intimate all year round festival vibe.
“There will be outdoor covered areas and heating along with Plau bbq menu and pop up bar. We will Covid safe environment where you will order via an app and receive table service. We have received a huge amount of interest and we highly recommend booking to avoid disappointment.”
The bar will be open on Fridays from 4-11pm, and on Saturday and Sundays from 12-11pm.
You are able to book a table here but tables are limited to a maximum of six people, in line with government guidance.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed the plans to ease further Covid restrictions in England from April 11 will go ahead.
Among the new rules, beer gardens will open up, as well as outdoor hospitality and.
Customers of Market Street Social have to remain at their table and pay via the ‘Round’ app or by card but they are not accepting cash.
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