Photo: Khepri Restaurant and Nightclub to launch at the site of the former Furniture Emporium on Court Road.

Bold Hotel boss to open two new businesses in Southport’s NORTHERN QUARTER 

Khepri Restaurant and Nightclub, which is owned and run by the team at the Bold Hotel is one of a number of ventures by property mogul Andrew Mikhail is on a one man mission to transform the North End of Lord Street.

Following the launch of the Bold Hotel on Lord Street, Southport and the opening of Punch Tarmey’s Irish Theme Pub on Union Street, we can reveal that Mikhail’s next venture is a restaurant and nightclub called Khepri.

The building is currently undergoing a major refurbishment ahead of the planned launch later this year.

Andrew Mikhail will be submitting a planning application for a change of use to Sefton Council in the coming weeks but the Local Authority have already warmly welcomed the proposals.

Contractors are currently working on the three storey building and the presence of scaffold over the last few weeks have left many wondering what the future had in store for the site.

The local newspaper confused its Egyptian name with plans to open a North African themed restaurant across the road but the formerly mysterious bosses behind the bar quashed those rumors.

Teaser images of Khepri’s location were also posted to Facebook with social media users hazarding a guess and it where it could be.

Khepri Restaurant and Nightclub will join the likes of Tapper’s, Bar 45, Peaky Blinders, The Inn Beer Shop, Deli Volare and Le Grog – as well as the Bold & Punch Tarmeys – to have all opened or expanded their premesis on what has been dubbed Lord Street’s ‘Northern Quarter’.

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