It famously launched the career of the Fab Four.
And from this November a new foursome will be taking Mathew Street into a brand new era.
Thanks to a multi-million pound investment boost, the iconic street is welcoming the opening of three new restaurants and a comedy club.
The Wall of Fame bar and kitchen, which serves cocktails, breakfasts and ‘finger licking treats’ is already winning diners approval on social media.
And like its neighbour Turtle Bay, which specialises in Caribbean food, the restaurant has entrances on both Mathew and Victoria Street.
BBQ specialists Grillstock which is opening up alongside Turtle Bay in the Grade II listed Produce Exchange will be last to open.
Once opened, the BID Company will oversee the reinstallation of Liverpool’s Pop Wall of Fame records tribute after they were removed to make way for the development.
There’s also some funny business going on on Mathew Street as Laughterhouse Comedy prepares to open the doors to its brand new comedy club at the end of the month.
Laughterhouse, which hosts the popular comedy clubs at The Slaughter House and Philharmonic Hall, has beautifully converted the original famous music club Eric’s into a purpose built 200-seater comedy venue.
Guests can also book meal deals as Laughterhouse Mathew Street has partnered with Olive and Piccolino to offer a fabulous dining experience. Plus, following each show, guests are welcome to stay for the disco and live vocalists.
Laughterhouse Mathew Street will be opening on Friday, 27 November at 8pm with comedy heavyweights MC Chris Cairns, Neil Fitzmaurice, Jo Caulfield and Matt Richardson.
Paula Harrington, the owner of Laughterhouse Comedy, said: “We are delighted to be opening a purpose built comedy venue on the world famous Mathew Street. We believe this space could become one of the finest comedy rooms in the UK.”
To book tickets telephone the booking line on 0800 177 7575 or book online at laughterhousecomedy.com