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New bar is set to mix things up for Stamford




Dominic Laverty and Fiona Bramley making cocktails at The Bar Upstairs of Mama Liz's in Stamford EMN-151028-181120009
Dominic Laverty and Fiona Bramley making cocktails at The Bar Upstairs of Mama Liz's in Stamford EMN-151028-181120009

Mama Liz’s in North Street, Stamford has always attracted a good crowd at the weekend and now even more so thanks to its new cocktail bar upstairs.

Amaretto and cherry sour and raspberry cooler are just a few of the endless amount of cocktails on offer in the bar upstairs on a Friday and Saturday night.

The room, which was originally used as just a dining space/ function room - is now transformed after restaurant hours into a lively and social cocktail bar for customers to enjoy, whether with a few friends or in a big group.

Award-winning mixologist, Dominic Laverty runs the bar at the weekend with his colleague Fiona Bramley, he said: “We’ve been playing around with ideas over the past year and now its at the best its ever been. We have the greatest selection of spirits and I’m pretty confident that I can make any cocktail you would want.”

Dominic, 30, who has grown up in Stamford, always thought there was something missing in Stamford’s social scene. “On a night out it’s nice to be able to socialise with friends without it being too noisy or crowded,” he said. “This new bar offers that sort of atmosphere.”

Owner, Liz Bullimore - the actual Mama Liz - was the original brains behind the vision and is delighted with its recent success. Both Liz and co-owner Michael Houlihan hope that both old and new customers will use the new facility.

For more information visit http://www.mamaliz.co.uk/



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