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Where to Eat and Drink in Liverpool

Liverpool is such a diverse city; they have incredible event venues, a world renown football team, plenty of Beatles themed places, a stunning cathedral, Victorian Docks and so many museums to fill your time with should you every visit. I know I’m planning to as soon as I find a decent deal on train tickets as it’s somewhere I’ve wanted to visit.

Thanks to the team at Liverpool One I’ve pulled together some of the best places to eat and drink when you visit.

Where to Eat


Bill’s offers contemporary European food right through from brunch to afternoon tea and finishing up with romantic evening meals. My favourite dishes to order when I visit Bill’s are the Mini Cumberland Sausages with honey mustard and the Halloumi Burger with tomato hummus, sweet chilli sauce, roasted red peppers, pea shoots, red onion, lime aioli, sesame bun and fries with an added portion of avocado!

10 Thomas Steers Way


If you know me, you will know how much I love a good burger, and how much I am not a fan of burger chains. The only exception is Byron; they do burgers that leave my mouth watering and their patties are made from 100% British grass-fed beef, with a unique blend of chuck, brisket and rib cap, then cooked medium so they’re pink and extra juicy. I’m all about the B-Rex and the newly launched V-Rex.

43 Paradise Street


Chaophraya will transport you to Thailand without even leaving Liverpool. The menu is outstanding and includes highlights such as the sea bass and mango salad which is a genius combination and one of my favourite Thai dishes, the massaman curry. The location offers you views over the stunning Chavasse Park, a great place to take time out during your shopping trip to Liverpool One.

5 Kenyon Steps

Cosy Club

The Cosy Club is one of Liverpool’s quirkier places to eat and drink. They have mixed the eclectic decor of an English country manor, with classroom cool. Serving food from 9am to 10pm means you can grab brunch with your mates, a quick lunch in between meetings or have a full blown night out.

37c Paradise Street

Where to Drink

The Club House

The Club House was once a privately owned family holiday home, but it’s now open for all! They have a room to suit each and every taste including the Cigar Room that’s perfect for meeting with friends over a cocktail or two. If you’re looking for something a little different then why try one of their Ale Tasting Masterclasses.

Chavasse Park

Roxy Ball Room

The Roxy Ball Room has all you need for a fun-filled night out; a selection of fun bar games, including four full-size pool, beer pong, shuffleboard and ping pong. With the bar being open until 1.30am it’s one place to keep the party going until the early hours.

26 College Lane

Red Door

Red Door is well known for it’s off the wall cocktails, from crazy bubbling cocktails to bottles of bespoke spirits. The cocktail menu will take you right from the 1920s through to today, but if there’s something not on the menu, then don’t be afraid to ask, they’re pretty willing to mix up anything that takes your fancy.

21-23 Berry Street

The Smugglers Cove

Smugglers Cove is one of the biggest bars in Liverpool and it’s pretty darn unique too. If you’re imagining it filled to the brim with treasures, lots of ropes, and being every pirate’s dream; then you would be 100% right. There’s a 150 stong rum collection that work with every kind of cocktail you can think of. Sounds perfect right?!

Brittania Pavilion, Albert Dock

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