Mersey Waves

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Summary

As lockdown restrictions continue to be eased, the latest relaxation means parts of the hospitality sector can reopen their doors. We caught up with two award winning restaurant and deli owners who talk frankly about their lockdown experience and the stark reality they now face as a result of the health pandemic.

Show Notes

As lockdown restrictions continue to be eased, the latest relaxation means parts of the hospitality sector can reopen their doors.
 
As of Saturday 4 July pubs, restaurants, bars and cafes welcomed back customers – but is the appetite really out there from both visitors and business owners?
 
We caught up with two award winning restaurant and deli owners who talk frankly about their lockdown experience and the stark reality they now face as a result of the health pandemic.
 
Presenter: Sarah Latcham
Panellists: Candice Fonseca owner of Delifonseca and Peter  Kinsella who owns Lunya and Lunyalita
Producer/Editor: Niall Walsh
Recording Location: Zoom

What is Mersey Waves?

Produced by Liverpool City Council, each episode will dive in to a variety of topics – from music and film, culture and climate change right though to history, heritage and health. Through conversations with those in the know, we’ll shine a spotlight on different aspects of Liverpool life and explore subjects that matter to you.