Where to eat in Liverpool
As a famous port town you’d think Liverpool’s cuisine would be seafood orientated. But it’s not. There variety of cultures in and surrounding Liverpool means that their food is as varied as their people. Here we rundown some of the best hotspots you can visit to chow down.
Run by a winner of Masterchef, Roski provides visitors with British produce turned incredible dishes. If you’re into Instagramming your food, this isn’t a place to miss. It’s vastly popular with local residents for it’s inventive use of traditional ingredients, creating an unforgettable taste and creating a visual masterpiece with each dish.
Think quality rather than quantity when it comes to Oktopus. This classy establishment has a lot to offer, not just from their food, but from their expert staff and wide ranging wine and drinks menus.
Down the Hatch
If you're of the veggie persuasion but are craving some indulgent food, this is the place for you. From seitan to haloumi, you’ll find yourself in a happy food coma when you break through the doors of this place!
You can never go wrong with Pizza - and there’s nowhere better in Liverpool to get your hands on a slice of melted cheese and toppings of your choice than Tribeca. They have a wide selection, and offer some foods that aren’t pizza. There are even veggie options available!
Things to do in Liverpool
Liverpool is a hugely popular tourist city, and so is littered with lots to do. From seeing the place the Beatles first graced a stage to the Royal Albert Docks - no visitor or inhabitant of Liverpool will ever find themselves without something to do.
In the south of the city you’ll find Sefton Park. A luscious green area covered in 250 acres to find enjoyment in. With a playground, a listed building, and a Victorian Palm House holding Liverpool’s botanical collection - there’s sure to be something for everybody.
The Beatles Story
You can’t visit Liverpool without visiting the Beatles story. It’s an immersive walk-through attraction, taking you from the legendary band’s first days, right through to the end. If you think you know all their is to know about the fab four, guess again. This award winning attraction walk is packed full of information.
Radio City Tower
Think Seattle’s Space Needle transported smack bang into the centre of Liverpool. Erected in 1969 the observation deck allows for one of the most incredible views in the North. As the name suggests, Radio City broadcast out of the tower currently.
The Cavern Club
We couldn’t just have one Beatles famed attraction on our list, could we? This world renowned club played a vital role in the formation of the Beatles, and has had many of the world’s most famous musicians grace it’s sage.
What to do it in the evening
The cities nightlife is known throughout the North, making it a massive attraction for student and young professionals alike.
If you’ve tired yourself out walking the city in the day, gouging on the food on offer in the evening, and want to relax and enjoy some comedy in the evening then you’ll be spoilt for choice in Liverpool.
There’s Liverpool Comedy House, Laughterhouse Comedy, and the Hot Water Comedy Club to choose from.
The M&S Bank Arena
The city often plays host to musicians and acts from around the world, with the stage often set for them in the M&S Bank Arena. It’s age belies the youthful exuberance you’ll find there on a Friday and Saturday night. Find out what’s on at the arena at your next visit here.
Hit the bars
Liverpool’s thriving student populations means that you won’t be short of night time bars to head out to. We’ve listed some of our favourite here for you to head down to and order a pint or cocktail.
Good food, good ales at an affordable price. There’s no better place for a student than the Pilgrim In Liverpool.
This is the second time this venue has made our list, and for good reason. It’s rich history and vibrant nights makes it a perfect boozing venue for tourists and residents alike.
Ye Hole in Ye Wall
This 18th Century tavern is home to live gigs, great ales, wonderful food, and an atmosphere you’ll be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the city.
The Everyman Theatre
Founded in 1964 the Everyman Theatre has played host to some of the best entertainment Liverpool has had to offer. Inside you’ll find a cafe, bistro, rehearsal space, and lots more. Head down for some light evening entertainment, drinks, and food.
It’s not just food and the nightlife that makes Liverpool an attractive option for investors and for those looking to relocate. The city has so much more to offer.
Knowsley Safari Park
The nationwide famous safari park is a huge tourist attraction and a perfect chance to see some of the world’s rarest and most beautiful animals. It’s a short journey out of the city, but well worth it!.
Merseyside Maritime Museum
Part of the National Museums of Liverpool, the Maritime museum explores the cities seafaring heritage within a variety of exhibitions. It’s based on Albert Dock, too, and surrounded by other amusements to help whittle away an afternoon.