1. Berry and Rye
If you like intimate bars with that prohibition-era character, great cocktails and a laid back atmosphere, Berry and Rye is one to visit.
This former Methodist church is now a wonderful warren of independent shops, steeped in atmospheric faded grandeur of a bygone time. There’s even a working theatre here!
3. Rococo Coffee House
Stop for coffee and people watching from a brilliant vantage point in a gorgeous historic building. This independent coffee house is very close to the city centre, and was once the head office for a 1960s pirate radio station!
Amazing live acts by night, and street food by day in the garden area. Head to District for a night out in an intimate venue or a delicious Caribbean lunch.
This unassuming takeaway restaurant is rumoured to serve some of the best Korean food available outside of Korea. Come early as there’s usually a queue around the corner.
6. Oh Me Oh My / Goodness Gracious Roof Garden
Head through the secret doors of Oh Me Oh My and discover the Goodness Gracious terrace! This roof garden offers you one of the best views over the historic sights of Liverpool you’re likely to find. When you fancy a cold drink on a sunny day, it’s one of Liverpool’s top spots.