Punters fear for the future of a Liverpool bar known for its weird and wonderful flavours of tequila.
Bar Ça Va on Wood Street is a rite of passage on a night out in the city. The bar sells up to 30 flavours of tequila from baked bean to jelly bean and chilli.
But people have expressed concerns over the future of Ça Va after arriving to find the bar closed. Google currently lists the bar as being temporarily closed and its Facebook page hasn't been updated since February.
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The ECHO tried to contact the bar this week over the closure and whether it plans to reopen, but is yet to receive a response. Photos show the shutters down on the front of the bar which is located next to Pop World on Wood Street.
Posting on Reddit in October, one person said: "I’m going back home to Liverpool this weekend for the first time in a few years and I definitely want to visit Ca Va again. Google says “temporarily closed”. I can’t find any information about it closing down, but it looks like their social media hasn’t posted since around February. Is it actually gone?"
Dozens of people responded to the thread to share their concerns, with many also sharing their memories of nights out there. One person said: "I’m actually gutted. I’m coming over with some mates from Ireland and I promised baked bean tequila…"
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Another said: "Oh my god baked bean tequila. Bar Ca Va really takes me back to my student days, I swear it was a pound a shot. So sad to hear it’s gone!!"
A third wrote: "Heartbreaking stuff! We used to hit upRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk