Former Chester dessert shop could become new venue serving 'freshly baked goods'

Plans are afoot to turn a vacant former Chester city centre dessert shop into a new eatery "selling freshly baked goods" and alcoholic drinks. Bishop Lloyd's could soon be opening in the old Insert Dessert premises on Watergate Street Row South.

Details of the proposed new venue have emerged after a premises licence application was lodged with Cheshire West and Chester Council. The name is linked to the history of the building, which is known as Bishop Lloyd's Palace.

"Alcohol will be sold for consumption on the premises and for consumption in a designated outdoor area (the row stall area to the front of the property). Alcohol will also be sold for consumption at home and for gifting. There is an existing CCTV system installed in the retail unit."

The new venue would be open daily from 10am until 11pm, apart from on Friday when it would stay open until midnight and on Saturday when closing time would be 12.30am. Public consultation over the premises licence application runs until July 1.

For the full story, see Cheshire Live

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