To help you decide where to head in Liverpool for food or drinks we have made a list of venues perfect for a meal out with your friends or family.

We’ve listed venues from across the city from Liverpool ONE, Royal Albert Dock, Castle Street, Bold Street, Ropewalks, The Georgian Quarter, The Baltic Triangle and other districts in Liverpool so there are plenty of places to head. 

Before your visit we would always recommend checking ahead with each venue to make sure they are open and what booking systems they have in place.

Remember, please be considerate of other people whilst visiting a venue, adhere to their social distancing measures and let the venue know if you can no longer make your booking. We’re a city known for being friendly so let's keep that up and make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.

We'll keep updating this list when more venues announce they are opening.



Catalonian fusion inspired small plates, a la carte menu, a fully-stocked fresh deli, high quality ingredients - it can only be Lunya on Hanover Street. Book a table for brunch, lunch or dinner and enjoy the taste of Spain in Liverpool. 


Your Smoke & Dough culinary journey begins with the first course of antipasti, salads, cold meat and vegetables and traditional breads. Once you’re ready for your meats the grill on the table is open and you control the service of your skewers and meats, perfect!


Rum, Reggae and Jerk is the theme at Turtle Bay. From mouth watering chicken to curries, burgers and stunning sides, enjoy a taste of the Caribbean on your next trip to Liverpool. They also have Happy Hour on their cocktails twice a day, just saying...


A taste of German flavour awaits at Bierkeller and Shooters Bar in Liverpool ONE. Cocktails in steins, German ales, pitchers, bottles, fizz and a new food menu coming soon. 


Home to Ramen Noodle, roast chicken, roast duck, salt and pepper everything, katsu and sui mei, Maggie Fu has it all and they are opening a new venue on Hanover Street soon too!


Good times lie ahead at the Club House, whether it’s a belated celebration, a long-awaited hanging kebab or a cold drink on the terrace, they are ready to welcome you back for a taste of their delicious menu. 



The Barrie Bros, Ellis and Liam Barrie, recently opened their new restaurant Lerpwl at The Royal Albert Dock. Originally from Liverpool, the brothers are taking inspiration from the British Isles using seasonal ingredients to create their incredible menu. It will also feature a cocktail bar and an oyster bar making it the perfect place to visit on a trip to the Royal Albert Dock. 


Mexican taqueria, Madre will light up your lunch time with mouthwatering tacos, traditional mexican dishes inspired by the food culture of Mexico City, margaritas and craft beers with an impressive soundtrack to boot. Sit outside in the courtyard or enjoy the vibes inside on your next trip.  


Handmade pastries, pittas and breads await you at Rough Hand Made. Their handmade bakes are infused with a sunny South American influence and will make for a delicious treat any time of day on the Royal Albert Dock. 


Sister venue to Lunya, Lunyalita boasts the same amazing menu as its counterpart but with the addition of incredible views over the Royal Albert Dock. Book yourself a table to enjoy the taste of Spain on our very own waterfront. 


Fresh Italian-inspired food, an exotic cocktail menu, beautiful views over the Dock, it can only be Gusto. Book a table for a night of delicious pizza, pasta, seafood and meats at this Italian eatery. 


Dine in this Pirates paradies at the Royal Albert Dock on your next visit into Liverpool. Boasting a selection of 141 rums, 80 beers, an extensive wine list, unique cocktails and incredible food menu you’ll have an amazing experience down at Smuggler’s Cove.


Steaks take centre stage at Miller and Carter. Whether you're going for lunch, dinner or a celebration, there is something just for you.


Over the last few months Maray have added some al fresco additions to their Royal Albert Dock location. You can now enjoy their amazing small plates inspired by flavours from around the world in their outdoor, socially distanced seating area. Book a table now to enjoy beautiful food and views! 



Viva Brazil is an award-winning authentic Brazilian steakhouse with a unique dining experience. Offering 14 different cuts of meat all cooked to perfection, you won’t be disappointed with an evening meal here. 


We love mowgli that much in Liverpool we have two venues! One on Water Street and another on Bold Street. Their Indian Street food dishes are incredible and we’d definitely recommend trying the yoghurt chat bombs.


Just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Royal Liver Building, Ma Boyles is the perfect place to top for lunch after a walk along Liverpool’s Pier Head. With all your favourite gastro-pub items on the menu you can’t really go wrong.


For something a little different head down the beautiful Queen Avenue to enjoy some toasties and cocktails, of course! Featuring all your favourite toastie fillings and a few experimental ones, it's the perfect place for a snack.


This Italian small plate eatery is perfect for lunch or an evening meal after exploring Liverpool. You’ll find everything from pizzettes, meat & fish dishes, salads and charcuterie on the menu alongside a bellini bar! 


For more incredible Italian dishes then have a look at the menu at San Carlo. Their Summer menu is full of fresh pasta, meats, pizzas, steaks and fish dishes for you to try.


Classic Italian pizza dough with classic Italian toppings - you can’t really go wrong at Rudy’s


For that cool Neapolitan vibe in the heart of Liverpool then head over to Gino D’Acampo’s for some classic Italian dishes. There are plenty of treats to enjoy for every occasion and they even have a prosecco bar!  


Casa Italia is just down the road from Castle Street but we couldn’t leave it out! It’s the perfect place for authentic pasta dishes and incredible pizza in a traditional Italian setting. Even Paul McCartney has been here...


Head over to Fazenda to enjoy their traditional method of serving their beautiful meats and dishes. 


Six By Nico is just a stone's throw away from Castle Street and worth the few steps to their front door. The six course tasting menu is a treat for all the senses offering unique tastes and flavours. The menu is set around a theme that changes every six weeks meaning there is all the more reason to return. 



For beautifully fresh Indian inspired street food then Bundobust on Bold Street is the place to head for lunch, an afternoon snack or an evening with your friends. Check out the okra fries, Bundo chat, paneer tikka and the famous vada pav (a deep fried mashed potato ball in a bun!) on your visit. 


Brand new to Bold Street Fat Hippo burger open their doors to their incredible menu on 28 May so make sure you book a table so you don’t miss out!


Maray on Bold Street serve up incredible flavours inspired by the Middle East alongside wine and delicious cocktails, it’s perfect for every occasion.


You can’t go wrong with pizza, especially when it’s from Crust. The award-winning pizzeria serves up the finest wood-fired pizzas with all your favourite toppings on a variety of dough bases. They won't need to remind you to eat your crust here, they are that good.  


Enjoy Vietnamese street food at Pho on your next trip to Bold Street, their menu is definitely worth a visit!


Head to Slim’s on Bold Street to enjoy their beautiful burgers, indulgent sandwiches and American inspired mains with a craft beer or two.


On a chilly afternoon you can’t go wrong with a bowl of Scouse and Maggie May’s does a pretty good one. Served with some crusty bread and pickled beetroot or cabbage, we’re very proud of our local dish.  


Bakchich a Lebanese kitchen and Shawarma house on Bold Street is the perfect place to stop off for breakfast, lunch and dinner! they have loads of vegan options too.


Mowgli is all about authentic Indian street food full of fresh, bright, intense flavour and trust us, it's amazing. Try one of their tiffin boxes for a bit of food roulette, or pick from the menu filled with incredible dishes. Whatever you do make sure you get a few Yoghurt Chat Bombs too!  


If you’re a fan of pie and mash then Pieminister on Bold Street is the place for you. With a whole range of pies including vegan and vegetarian ones too, there’s plenty to choose from.


For an authentic taste of Morocco head to Kasbah to try their culinary delights. From Tagines to grilled meats, mezze, salads and sandwiches there’s plenty to pick from. 


Cafe Tabac at the top of Bold Street is the perfect place for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or even just cocktails. 


Not only does Jimmy’s do amazing food all day long but they also have an amazing bar and a basement gig venue too. 


The Italian Club Fish is the place to go if you’re a fan of seafood and pasta, you won’t be disappointed. 


For traditional Italian pasta and pizza dishes then The Italian Club, just a few doors down from The Italian Club Fish, it's ideal for a night out. 


Honest Burger, is honestly, one of the best burgers around, with regional specials, rosemary fries and drinks, you can’t go wrong.


La Parrilla is a popular Mexican restaurant on Bold Street and the perfect family friendly spot for lunch.


For all your favourite BBQ dishes, head to Red Dog Saloon, their menu is definitely worth it.


If you’re a fan of tea, good food and the odd gin then LEAF on Bold Street is the perfect place for you offering everything from English breakfasts, pancakes, sandwiches, burgers and their beautiful main courses too!



For a slice of pizza and an ice cold drink on a roof terrace in the Ropewalks area of the city, then Crazy Pedro’s is the place to go. Like their name, their pizzas have pretty crazy toppings and they serve by the slice too so you can try a few! 


Albert’s Schenke Bier Halle & Cook Haus is inspired by trips to Alpine Germany, Italy, Austria, France & Switzerland. Serving everything from schweinshaxe to chicken schnitzel, it’s Liverpool's very own Alpine retreat.


Incredible 100% plant based burgers to take home with you. What more could you ask for? 


If you're a fan of waffles then Wolf and Waffle on Berry Street is the place to go. Serving up everything from sweet waffles to all your favourite savory toppings, it's perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner! 


Home to chicken, tunes, cocktails and beers, Patterson’s is a must if you’re into fried chicken. Their famous fried chicken is coated in their special mix of herbs and spices so good you’ll be back for more. They’ve even got some new dishes on their menu to try now they are back open. 


Almost Famous is definitely famous in Liverpool, their bugers are talked about across the city. With all your favourite toppings and a few unusual ones too, they are 100% worth a try. 


You can’t go wrong with Yard and Coop’s famous chicken for lunch or dinner. Build your own dish or pick from salads, burgers and loads more from their amazing menu.


For amazing craft beer, huge burgers and a place to bring your pet pooches, Brewdog is the place to go. They also have loads of vegan options and something for the kids too. 


Head over to Merseymade to try their beautiful menu for a lunchtime treat and have a look around all the incredible handmade arts and craft items around the shop and studios too.


Down the Hatch is a dream for vegans and vegetarians. The plant based junk food establishment offers everything from dirty burgers to loaded fries and plenty of indulgent sides too.


Dinner at Japanese restaurant Sapporo Teppanyaki is perfect for a celebration whatever the occasion.


The Monro is considered one of the best places to go in the city for a Sunday roast, you can’t go wrong! The rest of their gastro-pub themed menu is also amazing so book a table so you don’t miss out. 


This award winning Italian eatery is pretty famous for their incredible pizza! Their whole menu is amazing though so make sure you book a table to try out their pizza and pasta dishes.


Duke Street Market is one of the city’s much loved street food markets. With six different kitchens offering a whole host of cuisines from around the world there is something for everyone. They have made plenty of changes to the market too to meet with social distancing guidelines to make it an enjoyable and safe experience for everyone. 

Good morning Liverpool! We are getting ready to open the doors on Duke Street from 12pm, working under strict government guidelines to ensure everyone in the building is safe 🙏🏼 . No bookings required but please be aware if there are no tables available you will be asked to form a socially distanced queue until the next one becomes available. . All six kitchens will be serving food & Pilgrim Restaurant will also be operating. All orders can be made via the QR code at your table. Food will be served until 9pm. Drink until 11pm. Please only leave your table to use the toilet. . For further detailed information please see our last two posts. We can’t wait for what’s a little bit of normality 👏🏼

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Renowned chef Paul Askew opened up The Art School in 2014 and since then it has become a bit of an institution in Liverpool. Their menus offer everything you could ask for in fine dining, with beautiful food and second to none service. Book your table now for this unique experience. 

There is also the Art School Cellars which is home to the new Food and Drink Emporium where you can buy a range of ingredients they use in the restaurant to take home. 


Roski on Rodney Street is home to eclectic British cooking from Masterchef: The Professionals winner Anton Piotrowski. Known for their sample menus, expect big flavours and the freshest of seasonal ingredients. 


London Carriage Works is an award winning restaurant at the Hope Street Hotel serves modern British Dishes using local fresh and seasonal produce. It’s the perfect place for breakfast, brunch, lunch or an evening meal. 


The Florist botanical inspired drinks menu goes perfectly with their delicious dishes including their famous hanging kebabs. 


Buyers Club is tucked away on Hardman street and has the most beautiful outdoor seating area for enjoying food and drink out in the sun.


Find Free State Kitchen on Maryland Street just off Hope street and enter into their incredible garden for their beautiful American inspired menu. 


For breakfast, brunch or lunch with a view of Liverpool’s beautiful Georgian Quarter then the Quarter is a must. Serving up full english breakfasts, pancakes, pizza, pastas and an impressive wine menu, it’s the perfect place to chill out. 



Lu Ban offers beautifully presented authentic Chinese small plates inspired by the region of Tianjin. Pair your dishes with wine or other drinks from their excellent collection and enjoy a night out in the Baltic Triangle.  


We would recommend booking a table for punk afternoon tea at The Baltic Social, you won’t have had anything like it before. With the likes of chip shop scotch eggs, mini ruben grilled cheese, salt & pepper halloumi spring rolls and buttermilk chicken waffles on the menu it’s definitely an afternoon tea to treat yourself to. 


The Baltic Market was Liverpool’s first street food market and quickly became a top spot to visit for something to eat in the city. The warehouse turned market has stalls that house ever changing independent food vendors serving up everything from pizza, halloumi fries, caribbean curries, vegan junk food and even a dessert bar. 



Inspired by flavours of Middle Eastern street food, Hafla Hafla is a firm favourite amongst the locals. Serving everything from halloumi fries to freshly made hummus, kebabs and even roast dinners, we’d highly recommend. 


Polidor 68 is well loved for its beautiful brunches and cocktails, we couldn’t ask for much more really.

Due to venues having different guidelines, booking systems and opening hours we would always recommend checking ahead with each one before your visit. For more information on how to safely visit Liverpool as lockdown measures ease have a look at our dedicated blog

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Inside the Lunya store filled with wines, meats and other deli goods.

The UK’s only Catalonian fusion restaurant sourcing and serving the highest quality artisan food from Spain and the UK.

Smoke & Dough
Cafe / Restaurant
Stone exterior of Smoke & Dough on the terrace at Liverpool ONE

The essence of Smoke and Dough is sharing food. It is almost the same way that you can eat out with friends, your partner or family in the same way you would eat together at home.

The Club House
A large white beach house style building with trees, a mezzanine and maritime features.

A timeless family getaway transformed into a recreational retreat, still holding on to its original interior and distinct personality.

The view through a brightly decorated window, to the Royal Albert Dock on a sunny day.

Lunyalita is a family owned independent Spanish restaurant, bar and deli.

Gusto - Albert Dock
Inside Gusto Albert Dock

Gusto is an Italian dining experience, stylish, ambient at the cutting edge of restaurant design. The atmosphere is informal and relaxed with open kitchens where you can watch expert chefs making fresh pizza and pasta, adding an element of theatre.

Viva Brazil
Inside Viva Brazil's large colourful bar area. The room is decorated in the traditional Brazilian colours, green and orange. It is modern and chic. Th

An award-winning Brazilian steakhouse, offering fifteen different cuts of beef, lamb, pork and chicken carved at your table straight from a charcoal barbeque.

Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill
Fazenda main restaurant seating area. It is decorated in dark browns and leather tones. There are details relating to meat decorated throughout the ro

In Southern Brazil herds of cattle graze vast pastures, providing Brazil with meats for the famous churrasco barbecues – a century old gaúcho tradition. Fazenda brings to Liverpool roots and traditions, offering guests the best rodizio experience.

Inside of Bundobust with a poster on a wall and empty tables.

After a host of pop-ups and kitchen takeovers, Bundobust found bricks and mortar in July 2014 and they've been serving up the tastiest Indian grub and craft beers ever since, and now they've come to Liverpool’s vibrant Bold Street.

Leaf on Bold Street Café
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Looking through the large cafe windows. A girl sits on a green Chesterfield style couch

A unique, independent teashop and bar located on Bold Street in the heart of Liverpool city centre.

Duke Street Market
Cafe / Restaurant
Duke Street Market from above showing people in their main dining area.

Duke Street Market is Liverpool's newest food and drink market which is set in a 100-year-old building that has been sensitively restored and transformed into a beautiful all day dining destination and culinary hub for the community.

Crazy Pedro's Liverpool
Upstairs at Crazy Pedros. The sloped ceiling is covered in record covers. There are tall tables with coloured, metal stools. It has a loft vibe.

They love to party all the time at Pedro's. Grab a Frozen Margarita and a slice of Pizza and watch the party unfold.

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.

The Art School Restaurant
The Art School restaurant is an intimate 50-cover restaurant

The Art School Restaurant is a fine dining addition to Liverpool’s rapidly growing food and drink culture.

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 Florist
The upstairs dining area of the Florist complete with hanging flowers, copper pendant lights, white walls with pink detailing.

The Florist, a contemporary new bar and restaurant is situated on the site of the former Old Blind School pub.

The Quarter
Inside the Quarter with people sitting at tables underneath low lighting.

A buzzy, vibrant restaurant & café set amongst the cobbled streets of Liverpool’s Georgian Quarter.

Lu Ban Restaurant
People at tables inside a restaurant with light walls and dark metal beams and lightly coloured wooden chairs.

Lu Ban, a stylish restaurant with private dining rooms is a hidden treasure in the Cains Brewery Village area close to Chinatown, serving beautiful dishes inspired by the Tianjin region of China by Executive Chef Dave Critchley, apprentice to a Tianjin's top level masterchef.