Discover the culinary delights of Liverpool

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If you’re thinking about buying property in Liverpool, you’re quickly going to need to get the lay of the land and uncover the culinary hotspots that attract so many tenants and students to the city. In fact, discovery is the most exciting part of living in one of the UKs top cities, but here are a few places to try out and form your own opinions…

Alma de Cuba

Simply a spectacular venue, set inside the magnificent conversion of the former St Peter’s Catholic Church. The Alma de Cuba experience is an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences; sprinkled with some scouse spirit.

Indulge in a great venue, some well-priced food and drink in a memorably grandiose and atmospheric setting.

Alma de Cuba, St Peters' Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4BH

 

Camp and Furnace

An obligatory Friday night venture, Camp and Furnace can be anything you want it to be. A restaurant? Yes. A bar? Yes. An indoor festival site, music venue, pop-up event spot and cultural hub? Yes! And it all comes in one revolutionary space.

The building itself is a revelation – a real urban star. It has the qualities of a film-set, a feat of engineering and within a contemporary wrapper, it manages to hark back to Liverpool’s industrious past. A visit to Camp and Furnace is a must.

Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY

 

Panoramic 34

Panoramic 34 is one of the UK’s highest restaurants, located on the 34th floor of Liverpool’s West Tower, offering cinematic views of Liverpool from behind ceiling to floor windows.

Overtly swish, Panoramic 34 couples fine cuisine with luxurious and intimate surroundings. We would write more but we don’t think we’d do it justice. You’ll just have to pay a visit yourself…

Panoramic 34, West Tower, 34th Floor, Brook Street, Liverpool, L3 9PJ

Berry and Rye

Secluded 1920s speakeasy essence. Berry and Rye is a small bar concealed within the depths of a blacked-out shop window in the Ropewalks area of town, lacking even a sign outside to allude to its existence.

Exposed brickwork, simplistic décor, Whisky, Blues and Jazz makes this venue a cool discovery.

Berry and Rye, 48 Berry St, Liverpool. L1 4JQ

Il Forno

Il Forno is a real slice of Italy situated in the heart of Liverpool and critically acclaimed by “The Times” newspaper as one of the top ten authentic Italian restaurants in the UK.

Il Forno, 132 Duke St, Liverpool, L1 5AG

Start your culinary discovery in Liverpool today.

 

GURU top tip:  It’s important to get to know and understand the location you are buying your property in. Buying a property for investment is very different from buying your own home. You need to think about the needs your potential tenant – not yourself.  Get to know the area – will it cater for the needs of your future tenants? It is close to bars, restaurants and public transport?

 

Interested in buying property in Liverpool? Let Urbane Brix show you around

 

 

 

Contact us today to explore your options.

 

 

 

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Alma de Cuba

Simply a spectacular venue, set inside the magnificent conversion of the former St Peter’s Catholic Church. The Alma de Cuba experience is an eclectic mix of Cuban, Hispanic and Latin American influences; sprinkled with some scouse spirit.

Indulge in a great venue, some well-priced food and drink in a memorably grandiose and atmospheric setting.

Alma de Cuba, St Peters' Church, Seel Street, Liverpool, L1 4BH

 

Camp and Furnace

An obligatory Friday night venture, Camp and Furnace can be anything you want it to be. A restaurant? Yes. A bar? Yes. An indoor festival site, music venue, pop-up event spot and cultural hub? Yes! And it all comes in one revolutionary space.

The building itself is a revelation – a real urban star. It has the qualities of a film-set, a feat of engineering and within a contemporary wrapper, it manages to hark back to Liverpool’s industrious past. A visit to Camp and Furnace is a must.

Camp and Furnace, 67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY

 

Panoramic 34

Panoramic 34 is one of the UK’s highest restaurants, located on the 34th floor of Liverpool’s West Tower, offering cinematic views of Liverpool from behind ceiling to floor windows.

Overtly swish, Panoramic 34 couples fine cuisine with luxurious and intimate surroundings. We would write more but we don’t think we’d do it justice. You’ll just have to pay a visit yourself…

Panoramic 34, West Tower, 34th Floor, Brook Street, Liverpool, L3 9PJ

Berry and Rye

Secluded 1920s speakeasy essence. Berry and Rye is a small bar concealed within the depths of a blacked-out shop window in the Ropewalks area of town, lacking even a sign outside to allude to its existence.

Exposed brickwork, simplistic décor, Whisky, Blues and Jazz makes this venue a cool discovery.

Berry and Rye, 48 Berry St, Liverpool. L1 4JQ

Il Forno

Il Forno is a real slice of Italy situated in the heart of Liverpool and critically acclaimed by “The Times” newspaper as one of the top ten authentic Italian restaurants in the UK.

Il Forno, 132 Duke St, Liverpool, L1 5AG

Start your culinary discovery in Liverpool today.

 

GURU top tip:  It’s important to get to know and understand the location you are buying your property in. Buying a property for investment is very different from buying your own home. You need to think about the needs your potential tenant – not yourself.  Get to know the area – will it cater for the needs of your future tenants? It is close to bars, restaurants and public transport?

 

Interested in buying property in Liverpool? Let Urbane Brix show you around

 

 

 

Contact us today to explore your options.

 

 

 

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