The site of the city center eatery Lucha Libre is being taken over by a new Belgian pub.

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The site of the city center eatery Lucha Libre is being taken over by a new Belgian pub.

Later this week, a new independent Belgian beer bar and cafe will open its doors.

Belgica, a new venue on Wood Street that offers a taste of Belgium in the heart of Liverpool, has opened its doors.

Belgica, which is transforming the former Lucha Libre space, hopes to become the go-to spot for the best Belgian beers, real comfort cuisine, and good vibes in a space “proudly run by Belgian Scousers and Scouse Belgians.”

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The new facility, which is split into two levels, intends to provide a comfortable Belgian beer pub ambience upstairs and a medieval Bruges vibe disco beneath.

Whether it’s for a casual weekend dinner with friends or unwinding after work with a chilled beer over a board game, Belgica seeks to transfer visitors to the beer-loving nation from which the venue takes its inspiration.

From classics like French onion soup to moules frites – mussels and frites fries – with twice-fried Belgian frites and sourdough, the whole food menu will be available from mid-December.

Beer will, unsurprisingly, be the star of the show on Belgica’s vast beverages menu, with an astounding array of Belgian beers classified by their ABV levels ranging from +5% ABV amber beers to +11 percent ABV quadruples beers.

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Belgica will debut on November 26th.

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