January is here which means Christmas is sadly over!

The turkey has been eaten, mince pies have been washed down with a mulled wine or two and the presents have been opened! If you’re already feeling sad that the festive period is over and the Summer holidays look a million years away we have you covered. 

From January food & drink deals to ways to blow away the winter cobwebs, Liverpool in January is the place to be to beat the January Blues. 

Food & Drink


Head to Madre on the Royal Albert Dock for 50% off food Sunday to Thursday during January! Pick from their wide selection of tacos, grab a tequila and celebrate the start of a new year in style. Book online in advance using the code INSTA50 to take advantage of this amazing offer. 


The German-inspired eatery Alberts Schenke are offering 50% off their Cook Haus Classics until 30 January! Enjoy everything from their Cook Haus Breakfast to Bavarian themed mains like mushroom spätzle and ham, egg & chips and amazing desserts from their Pudding Klub menu - it’s perfect for those cold January evenings. 


Gusto are bringing back their January offer for 2020 with 50% off their a la carte menu until 31st January! See their website for more information on how you can enjoy their Italian delights!


The festive season may be over but the party is still going on over at Yard & Coop! Beat the January blues and enjoy a glass of prosecco for just £1 all month when you buy a main meal. Choose from large plates, burgers or a chicken feast to indulge in this January offer. 


The Baltic Market is the perfect place to head any time of year but you might want to take advantage of their January offer. Throughout the month there will be 15% off all food traders, no special codes, nothing to download, just turn up! 

From Koren street food to halloumi fries, wood fired pizza, poutine and bao buns, the choices are endless to help beat those January blues.  

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If you’re taking part in Veganuary or Dry January and are after a good New Year deal, head over to one of the three Marays in Liverpool! This January they are shining a spotlight on the Carbon-Free Dining programme and planting trees using 99p donated from each bill.  

There is also 50% off all of their vegetarian and vegan food options as well as half price non-alcoholic cocktails throughout all of January! 


Start the new year on a high note by treating yourself to 50% off food throughout January at Dash. Enjoy the pan-asian infused menu at the New York style bar and restaurant for those post-christmas celebrations. 


The award-winning tapas restaurant El Gato Nego at Exchange Flags are offering 3 small plates for £15 all day throughout January from Monday to Thursday! It’s the perfect reason to treat yourself to lunch.


The London Carriage Works are offering a complimentary bottle of wine for two when you order two or more courses from the prix fixe or a la carte menus this January! There is also the option to upgrade to the sparkling afternoon tea when booking in for your fill of tea and scones. See their website for more information on how to enjoy January at the London Carriage Works!


Down the Hatch are going all out for their January deals this year. Every day throughout the month there will be a different offer for you to take advantage of. There’s Mix ‘n’ Match Monday, Two for Tuesday, Wing Wednesday, Thirsty Thursday, Freebie Fryday, Share & Save Saturday and Sweet Sundae so there’s no reason not to dig into all of their vegan delights. 

Things to Do


Blow the cobwebs away with a trip on the Mersey Ferry this January. Jump on a river explorer cruise to see all the sights from the River Mersey with the whole family.

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Head over to the British Music Experience this January to see their free exhibition Bands F.C V Dorothy until 9 February. See prints of bands as football teams and football teams as bands at the collaborative exhibition between Bands F.C and local print studio Dorothy.


There’s nothing better than a stroll out in the fresh air after all the festive celebrations. Take yourself off to Sefton Park for a lovely winter walk. The Grade I listed park boasts 200 acres of land, a boating lake and the famous Victorian Glass Palm House!  

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Head to The Royal Albert Dock for a look around the famous Liverpool landmark and everything it has to offer. From Tate Liverpool, to The Beatles Story, plenty of places to eat and drink and loads of independent shops you could spend the whole day exploring. 


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Hit the shops at Liverpool ONE to see what bargains you can pick up with your Christmas money. There’s all your high street favourites including Topshop, New Look and Zara alongside places like the Disney Store, the Lego Store and Build a Bear for the kids! Head up to the terrace for a post-shopping snack in one of the restaurants and beat those January Blues. 


Spend an afternoon losing yourself in Liverpool’s rich culture at one of our many museums and art galleries. There’s the Museum of Liverpool at Pier Head, FACT on Wood Street, Tate Liverpool at the Royal Albert Dock and The Walker Art Gallery and the World Museum in St George’s Quarter. 


If you’re a football fan there is no better place to delve into the sporting action than Liverpool. If you’re lucky enough to grab a ticket to a game at Anfield or Goodison then you’re in for a treat! If you’re not heading to the stadium then there are plenty of bars you can catch the game too. Have a look at our blog on places to watch the game to see which ones take your fancy. 


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If your New Year’s resolution this year is to get a bit more exercise into your day then there is no better way to start than by going on a Liverpool Cycle Tour. You will be able to see all the stunning sights of Liverpool whilst keeping fit! 

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Mersey Ferries
Boat Trip
Mersey Ferry on the river with the Liverpool skyline in the background

San Francisco has its cable cars, New York has its yellow cabs… and Liverpool has its world famous Mersey Ferries.

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.

Museum of Liverpool
Museum of Liverpool's 'Window with a View' Winner. A huge glass window that looks out across the Pier Head. On the wall next to the window is a life-s

The Museum of Liverpool has now opened following the lockdown period. The Museum of Liverpool is the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city and the largest newly-built national museum in Britain for more than a century.

Liverpool ONE
Shopping Centre
Views of the stores below from the first level of Liverpool ONE. There are shoppers on each level with outdoor seating.

160 famous high street stores, ultra-hip fashion brands, cool independent boutiques and cafés and restaurants.

Maray, right in the heart of Liverpool's independent quarter at the top of Bold Street.

The flagship site of Maray, right in the heart of Liverpool's independent quarter at the top of Bold Street.

Dash - Restaurant and Bar
Dash Restaurant and Bar. Blush pink seats amongst white rose flowers and chequered black and white floor and twinkling fairy lights.

Dash Restaurant and Bar, one of the cities stylish new venues offers Pan Asian food with a New York attitude. Welcoming guests five days a week Dash’s delightful lunch time offering including its famous afternoon tea is a must try when visiting the city.

The London Carriage Works
The London Carriage Works on Hope Street, a sand coloured Georgian building with white detail on sash windows.

Serving modern international food, with an emphasis on the use of local, organic and fresh seasonal produce.

The Royal Albert Dock
Heritage/Visitor Centre
A daytime shot of the Royal Albert Dock. The shot shows the original warehouse buildings with the iconic red pillars.

Located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, the Albert Dock structure features the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the whole country.

Tate Liverpool
Ugo Rondinone Liverpool Mountain 2018 - a stack of rainbow coloured boulders next to the TATE warehouse building.

Welcome to the home of British and international modern and contemporary art in the North; Tate Liverpool. Aren’t we lucky?

The Beatles Story
A mock up Cavern Club stage. The middle of the stage features the iconic 'The Beatles' bass drum and 3 guitars.

The award-winning ‘The Beatles Story’ is the world's largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to telling the story of The Beatles’ rise to fame.

FACT (Foundation For Art & Creative Technology)
Arts Centre
Front entrance to FACT with an orange door, grey brickwork and a large LED screen on the front of the building.

FACT Liverpool could be described as a hidden gem with its tucked away location in the historic Ropewalks Quarter of Liverpool, just a few steps from Liverpool's famous Bold Street.

Walker Art Gallery
Sculptures within the Walker Art Gallery.

The Walker Art Gallery holds a stunning collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts spanning over six hundred years. Home to outstanding works by Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin and Gainsborough, the Walker is also one of the finest art galleries in Europe.

Liverpool Cycle Tours Ltd
Liverpool cycle Tours at Strawberry Field

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Albert's Schenke
Restaurant tables at Alberts Schenke. The Bavarian style is represented throughout.

Albert's Schenke is a Bier Halle & Cook Haus on Hanover Street, in the Grade II listed Casartelli Building. Albert's has an extensive range of bier: guests can sip by the schooner, pour by pint, or take a tour of the taps with a range of bier flights.