Food and drink in Liverpool

  1. Alma-de-Cuba

Alma-de-Cuba is a truly spectacular place to spend an evening. Set in a converted Roman Catholic church, come here for a great mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American cuisine, the combination is definitely heavenly.

 

  1. Ziferblat

Ziferblat is a pay-per-minute café where everything you eat and drink is free! Instead, you pay for the time you spend here (around 5p per minute). The first of its kind in Britain, the concept was developed by founder Ivan Meetin in Moscow in 2011 – indeed, the name means ‘clock face’ in Russian.

 

  1. Panoramic 34

Take in Liverpool’s skyline from one of its highest restaurants, and sample delicious gourmet food and cocktails at the same time. At 300 feet above sea level, and with floor to ceiling windows, this is one of the best views of the city around!

 

  1. Liverpool Craft Beer Expo

One of the hippest beer festivals in the country, Liverpool Craft Beer Expo takes place at Camp & Furnace, a creative, industrial-style event space. Street food and music are part of the draw but it’s the chance to try a line-up of more than 250 craft beers, 50 ales and 40 ciders that’s the centre of attraction here.

 

  1. The Art School Restaurant

One of Liverpool’s top tier restaurants, the Art School Restaurant is set in the lantern room of the 1888 ‘Home for Destitute Children’ in an area famed for its art and culture. Sample the tasting menu for a journey through some seriously fine dining.

 

  1. 60 Hope Street

This famous family-run Liverpool Bistro in a Georgian townhouse has a delicious seasonal menu of British-sourced food. Elegant and intimate, it’s ideal if you’re looking for fine dining and atmosphere.

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