Baccarat Lounge will debut in Liverpool this June. The reservation-only ultra VIP lounge will provide a five star service akin to that of London’s most exclusive night spots.

The Baccarat Lounge plans to offer a level of service unrivalled elsewhere in the city. Parties of up to 15 people can reserve one of the lounge’s eight tables and expect to be attentively waited on by a team of dedicated hosts and hostesses for the duration of their evening.

The venue, launching in collaboration with Dom Perignon – premium champagne produced by the house of Moët & Chandon – naturally intends to offer the finest selection of champagnes and champagne cocktails. Dom Perignon by the glass. A premium cocktail selection regularly rotated to offer something new to returning visitors and, for connoisseurs of cognac, the full Hennessey range including a Hennessey Experience package.

On offer as Baccarat Lounge’s house champagne is a new product, Moët Ice Imperial, designed to be served over ice. With a sugar content slightly higher than other champagnes from the brand, the drink can be mixed with ice without losing its distinctive flavour.

The scene will be set with the subtle opulence of monochrome décor. A bold black lounge, lit by the glow of white, illuminated tables will welcome guests with a carefully selected soundtrack.

The venue’s GM said:

“At Baccarat Lounge our focus is on serving champagne with a five star service. Of course we will offer spirits, wines and champagnes by the bottle but nobody in Baccarat Lounge will ever need to pour their own drinks. The level of waitress service is going to be second-to-none in Liverpool, providing a level of luxury and attention to detail that visitors from London and other parts of the world have come to expect and have perhaps been previously unable to find locally.”

Official launch details will follow shortly. In the meantime, interest in Baccarat Lounge – Liverpool’s most exclusive nightlife experience – can be registered online at