Ladies of Restaurants (L.O.R), the collective which supports women working in the hospitality industry, will be hosting its inaugural Liverpool dinner at renowned Liverpool coffee shop, Bold Street Coffee, on Thursday 7thMarch, 7.30pm, ahead of International Women’s Day.
Headed up by the likes of Livia Alarcon of Baltic Bakehouse, Melissa Tran of Vietnom, Lucy Williams of Oktopus, Bold Street’s very own Alison Clare, Karis Griffith of Filter and Fox and Hannah Bothwell of Polidor 68, the event will provide an invaluable networking opportunity for women of the city’s thriving hospitality industry.
The event will take place at Liverpool’s famous Bold Street Coffee shop – a shining example of Liverpool’s Indie food and drink scene. Just seven months since a hugely successful crowdfunding campaign, which raised over £35k by 884 backers, the coffee shop returned with a brand new look, new menu and a sister concept in Castle Street Coffee at Santa Malucounder their belt.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, L.O.R is championing women in the hospitality with a host of events in Liverpool, Manchester and London across a period of three days. Founded in London in 2016 by Natalia Ribbe, L.O.R was founded to bring together like-minded women to share advice, ideas and sometimes just a glass of wine. Today, it has more than 1000 members from all areas of the industry, including front of house, back of house, marketing and PR, who regularly attend and contribute to the collective’s varied events schedule.
Tickets are £30, which includes a welcome drink, five-course dinner and plenty of conversation. Tickets can be purchased now via: https://www.ladiesofrestaurants.com/events.