Liverpool Food and Drink

Liverpool food and drink is an incredible array of independent food and drink businesses, thanks to the overwhelming and diverse choice for home grown restaurants, bars and cafes.

Thanks to the emergence of the popular trend, food and drink in Liverpool has never been better. There’s something for everyone in the famous city and a dish for every taste.

One thing’s for sure, you’ll never be short of places to eat and drink when you visit the Mersey River’s mother city.

Where to Eat

It’s hard to narrow down just a selection of the best places to eat in Liverpool. There are so many different areas of the city that all offer amazing dishes at great prices.

There’s no end of choice for sit down restaurants in Liverpool. Head to Bold Street, home of independents for a tasty journey around the world. Miyagi offers a modern twist on traditional Asian cuisine in a dark but friendly setting, serving small dishes with big taste, the far east has never tasted so good. Or, if you’re after a South American vibe, Lucha Libra and Chicha serve up authentic flavours every day of the week in a loud and bustling environment. Alma de Cuba sits in a beautiful converted church and has live samba girls and a Sunday Gospel choir while Raggas on Smithdown Road offers no-nonsense, authentic Jamaican and Caribbean dishes.

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Who can deny the glorious creation that is pizza itself? Liverpool has given in to the nation’s favourite and now has numerous pizza joints lining her streets. Tribeca on Smithdown Road is a firm favourite for its giant pizzas and varied menu, while newcomer Crust draws people through the door with its famed black dough. American Pizza Slice is a more casual eating experience, but one that can’t be missed.

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Meat is most definitely on the menu, with a hefty list of restaurants that serve up big eats. Rack and Dollar on Berry Street offer big burgers and other American style dishes. Out on Lark Lane near Sefton Park, Meat Factory is certainly living up to its name, churning out delicious and meaty meals all day every day. If your focus is on the poultry of Liverpool, look no further than Patterson’s, the best fried chicken restaurant in Liverpool.

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It’s not all meat based, Liverpool’s hipster and trendy vibe has meant that vegans and vegetarians are well catered for too. Down The Hatch on Duke Street boasts veggie junk food, proving that vegetarian doesn’t have to mean boring!  The Egg Café is a firm favourite amongst veggies in Liverpool, the hidden gem has a bohemian feel with a homemade feel.

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Liverpool prides itself on being down to earth and accessible to everyone, that’s not to say they can’t scrub up and dish out some posh eats. Hope Street, near the Anglican Cathedral, features two of the highest quality restaurants in Liverpool: 60 Hope Street and The London Carriage Works. Each has a classy vibe and gourmet dishes. Meanwhile, Panoramic 34 has incredible views of the Liverpool skyline thanks to its location on the 34th floor of one of Liverpool’s highest buildings. Enjoy fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere while you look out over the waterfront and the River Mersey.

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Where to Drink

Whether you’re looking for tasty tea or a late night tipple, Liverpool food and drink scene has it all. Leaf on Bold Street boasts an impressive array of traditionally brewed tea in every flavour under the sun or step down the street to Bold Street Coffee for the finest beans on Merseyside. Moose & Moonshine can be found twice around the city and offers some of the best coffee and breakfast in the city.

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A cheeky afternoon bev is a common occurrence in this fine city and the popularity of the occasion has spawned some gorgeous outdoor drinking areas. Kazimier Garden on Seel Street is a hidden gem of repurposed furniture and fittings, all in the fresh Merseyside air. Why not head to the waterfront and enjoy Matou’s rooftop view of Pierhead and the three graces – there’s nothing quite like sitting in the sun, with the beauty of the Liver Building staring down at you.

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For late night adventures, Liverpool has it all. Concert Square is the hub of activity for late night revellers, with bars and clubs lining the square and the streets that snake off it. But The Cavern Quarter is hugely popular thanks to the legendary Cavern Club, the area now boasts uncountable drinking holes and a guaranteed great night out. The Baltic Triangle, to the south of the city is also growing in popularity as the place to stay out until the early hours, Camp and Furnace and Constellations are the places to be at the moment with special events and one-off nights throughout the year.

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Stanley Street Quarter is the home of Liverpool’s gay village and has a number of LGBTQ+ friendly bar, pubs and clubs. Everyone’s welcome in the friendly and open community, look out for the rainbow motifs on street signs that signal you’re in Stanley Street Quarter.

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Check out our post on Liverpool’s thriving nightlife and discover some of the best late-night spots and local secrets in Liverpool!

Liverpool Food and Drink Events and Shopping

Liverpool Food and Drink Festival is a yearly event that draws in crowds of thousands to Sefton Park. The festival started in 2007 and has grown in popularity at an amazing rate, now it boasts hundreds of stalls with local food producers all gathering to showcase their finest Liverpool food and drink. The festival lasts all weekend and usually takes place in September, visit the official site to find out all the latest on this year’s event.

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Liverpool’s independent scene has blossomed and thrived in recent years and now, the independents of Liverpool have their very own weekly market to showcase the fruits of their labour. The Baltic Market was opened in 2017 by local lads at Independent Liverpool. The hipster food court offers all the best of Liverpool’s independents, while the market theme changes every week. Head to Cairns Brewery in the Baltic Triangle every Saturday and Sunday for a lovely experience.

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