Kyami, an artist from New York explores Liverpool her way. From live music to underground bars, street-art and lots of nature and culture, Kyami packs in loads on her two day trip to Liverpool.  

Below you will find everything that Kyami likes to do when she visits Liverpool, with loads of recommendations on the top places to eat, drink and hang out. 

Check out Liverpool, Kyami’s way. 


The first thing you will notice about the Baltic Triangle is how creative it is. From the street art to the bars and foodie spots, it just beats with an alternative vibe and creativity. Inside Cains Brewery you’ll find the Baltic Market, Dockleaf, Tusk, Red Brick Vintage and loads more. You could spend the whole weekend here!

Street art spotting around the Baltic Triangle is something that should be on everyone’s itinerary too, check out this blog on some of the best pieces of art not to miss. 

At only a 15 minute walk from the Baltic Triangle you’ll find Probe Records - a must visit for music and vinyl lovers. The small independent record store has an incredible collection of LPs from across the decades in every genre. From rock, pop, jazz, reggae, soul to albums from some of Liverpool’s top bands, you definitely won't leave empty handed. Since the 70s it’s been a Liverpool institution and Dead or Alive frontman, Pete Burns, even famously worked behind the counter. 


Head over to Castle Street to find pizza straight from Brazil at Maluco. Served with plenty of flair and theatre, they cook their pizzas in a wood fire oven and cover them with all your favourite sweet and savory toppings. Team a few slices with some of their feisty cocktails with a modern twist and lunch will be sorted. 

The building is also a former bank and there's a rumour they still have the vaults in the basement! 


If i’ve spent a busy morning in the city centre, then I love heading down to Sefton Park in the afternoon. It’s like Liverpool’s beautiful back garden. There are huge grassy spaces to relax, play football or catch a festival and there’s even a boating lake, tennis courts and the stunning Victorian Palm House to explore. 

Whilst you’re at Sefton Park, take a pit stop at Lark Lane to explore all the boho shops, cafes and restaurants that have loads of character. One of my favourite places here is Freida Mo’s. It’s a vintage store with a cafe and bakery and I always try to get a seat by the window to watch the world go by. 


As the sun goes down you need somewhere to hang out. The best places to go in Liverpool are the ones that move effortlessly from day to night and no one does it better than Buyer’s Club. Tucked away on Hardman Street, grab a light bite and enjoy a sunset drink in the garden as the live music kicks off for the evening.

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Exterior of Tusk to the right and Cains Brewery Straight ahead

In the heart of the Baltic Triangle, Tusk is not only vegan friendly but dog friendly too. It's built up quite the reputation in terms of dining for its variety of delicious plant-based (and non plant-based) foods - halloumi fries helloooo.

Red Brick Vintage
Red Brick Vintage - shopping with a twist

Not just a ginormous vintage warehouse - it's an experience. A treasure trove of whacky stuff; where you'll find everything from real traffic light fixtures to embellished overcoats fit for an emperor.

Probe Records
Probe Records

Probe Records on School Lane is the perfect place to head to for the latest vinyl releases and a huge collection of classics. This small independent record store has an incredible collection of albums and singles from all genres of music.

Sefton Park
Parkland/Woodland Garden
Families sit on benches within Sefton Park during Autumn time. The trees have yellow, red and green leaves.

A magnificent 200-acre Park that looks like a natural landscape rather than a man-made park.

Lark Lane
Larks on Lark Lane

Lark Lane is one of Liverpool’s hidden gems, nestled between Sefton Park and Aigburth Road to the south of the city centre.

Buyers Club
The Buyers Club bar

Buyers Club is a hidden gem with its unique menu, fully stocked bar, frequent music events and laid back ambience.