Art School

Art School

This elegant venue is a genuine labour of love for award-winning chef and regional food champion.

Restaurants in Liverpool

When you come to Liverpool, you won’t be leaving hungry. You’re about to experience a restaurant scene that offers the ultimate journey of taste sensation; from independent street food to modern British cuisine, it’s all here.

Take Bold Street – with one stroll, you’ll indulge in a multicultural quest of flavour. Expect Italian seafood specials at The Italian Club Fish, the Peruvian street delights of Chicha or the incredible small plates at Maray. 

Good food with a view is practically custom in Liverpool restaurants. Enjoy the high-life at Carpathia with champagne and cityscapes, river views at so many eateries at the Albert Dock, or reach the skies at Panoramic 34 where it’s not just fine dining on the menu; it’s 360 degree views too.

No quarter of Liverpool has become more up-and-coming in the delicacy department than the areas below the gaze of the magnificent Town Hall; Exchange Flags and Castle Street. Brazilian feasts are best enjoyed at Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill, while Venetian small plates pack a punch at Salthouse Bacaro – and if pizza is your thing, well, Santa Maluco challenge you to eat all you can, thanks to their Rodizio philosophy.

Stomach rumbling while you’re shopping? Forget about it. Atop Chavasse Park you’ll find family favourites like Pizza Express as well as the decadence of the Thai superstar of Chaophraya. If you’re back on the ground amongst the main shopping hub, you’d be silly not to enjoy Cote Bistro whose French dishes that are absolument magnifique!

Fine-dining experiences are made at the Hope Street Quarter. Nestled between those two spectacular cathedrals are places like the 60 Hope Street, London Carriage Works and acclaimed chef Paul Askew’s The Art School; all here to pack an award-winning punch. For a neighbourhood feel, don’t miss Frederiks or Pen Factory where you’ll feel like a true local.

If a laid-back and leafy vibe is for you, Lark Lane is your go-to. Independent restaurants are in abundance and you can find the wonders of Morocco at Arabesque Bazaar & Bistro, Greece at Cypriana and Thailand at Chili Banana in just a hop, skip and a jump away from each other.
Want more? Embark upon a trip over to the beautiful Wirral Peninsula where you can discover the Michelin-starred fares of Fraiche in Oxton Village or French flavours of Birkdale village’s Bistrot Verite. Just remember to leave room for seconds.

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  1. Add Stanley's Bar and Grill to your Itinerary

    Stanley's Bar and Grill

    City

    The theatre-style restaurant, Stanley’s Bar and Grill located in Titanic Hotel Liverpool, is the perfect place to meet family, friends, and colleagues.

  2. Add Maluco Pizzeria to your Itinerary

    Maluco Pizzeria

    City

    Maluco Pizzeria also offers a unique style of serving called "Rodízio." This is a ‘all you can eat’ style of restaurant service common in Brazil. Their pizzas bring a Brazilian flare mixed with some old authentic Italian tradition!

  3. Add The London Carriage Works to your Itinerary

    The London Carriage Works

    City

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

  4. Add Duke Street Market to your Itinerary

    Duke Street Market

    Liverpool

    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.

  5. Add *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Festival Food and Drink to your Itinerary

    *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Festival Food and Drink

    City

    The Most Famous Club in the World. Brazilian food mixed with Liverpool humour and music history come together to celebrate the world's greatest festivals.

  6. Add The Quarter to your Itinerary

    The Quarter

    City

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

  7. Add San Carlo to your Itinerary

    San Carlo

    Liverpool

    San Carlo Liverpool, the newest of the San Carlo restaurants, is set on the sophisticated Castle Street in the heart of Liverpool's business district and offers a very unique experience in Italian dining.

  8. Add Bistrot Verite to your Itinerary

    Bistrot Verite

    Southport

    Bistrot Vérité, owned and run by acclaimed chef Marc Vérité, has gone from strength to strength since its opening in 2009.

  9. Add *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Crazy Pedro's Liverpool to your Itinerary

    *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Crazy Pedro's Liverpool

    City

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

  10. Add *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Blakes Restaurant at Hard Days Night Hotel to your Itinerary

    *TEMPORARILY CLOSED* Blakes Restaurant at Hard Days Night Hotel

    City

    Named after the celebrated pop artist Sir Peter Blake who created the iconic artwork for the Sgt Peppers album cover, the restaurant boasts wall- to- wall original Beatles artwork including a centrepiece display of 60 images of icons for the albums.

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