Owners of Red Dog Saloon are investing £1.2m on the new outlet on the site of former nightclub Republik on Bold Street – its first in Northern England. Tony McDonough reports
A new restaurant in Liverpool cit centre serving American BBQ cuisine is asking for applications for 70 new jobs.
The owners of Red Dog Saloon are investing £1.2m on the new outlet on the site of former nightclub Republik on Bold Street – its first in Northern England.
Already renowned in London for its fat ribs, buffalo chicken wings, hickory smoked pulled pork and burgers, the company also has restaurants in Nottingham and Southampton.
Launched in 2011, Red Dog Saloon prides itself on the “quality and provenance” of its food, with no binders or fillers in its burgers.
The brand only uses the best meat, flavoured with its special rub and cooked low ‘n slow for 18 hours in smokers imported from Oklahoma.
The restaurant will open with a new menu, which will also feature a selection of cocktails, bottled beers, tequila and bourbon, a bottomless brunch menu and belly-busting food challenges.
Owner, Tom Brookes said: “Liverpool is a fun, energetic city with a thriving independent scene that perfectly reflects Red Dog Saloon’s personality.
“We feel we offer something really different to other BBQ restaurants in the city.
“We are a family-run business that is passionate about the food we serve and the fun, unpretentious party atmosphere we create for our customers.
“Our chefs use original cooking techniques that have been handed down over years.
“We can’t wait for to join Liverpool’s fantastic bar and restaurant scene and see what the city thinks of Red Dog Saloon.”
The restaurant is now recruiting for 70 jobs ahead of its opening, including chefs, kitchen staff, bar staff and front-of-house staff, for both full and part-time roles.
To apply email a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org