Eating and Drinking
Food and Drink
Liverpool is blessed with some of the finest restaurants, bars, bistros and cafes found anywhere in the UK. Within its lively streets you will find cosy cellar bars, live music bars, family-friendly pubs, award-winning restaurants and quirky cafes and bistros offering an eclectic mix of dishes and cuisine. Of course, international food features heavily on the Liverpool menu, but you can discover local recipes too - including Scouse, a delicious lamb or beef stew from which the nickname for Liverpudlians comes from.
Named after the celebrated pop artist Sir Peter Blake who created the iconic artwork for the Sgt Peppers album cover, the restaurant boasts original Beatles artwork including 60 images of icons from the album's sleeve. A great venue for food lovers and Beatles fans everywhere!
Alma de Cuba, Liverpool’s most spectacular restaurant and bar, an island in the heart of the city, an independent spirit that leaves a lasting impression. Set inside the magnificent conversion of St. Peter’s Church, Alma de Cuba is an eclectic mix of Cuba, Hispanic and Latin American influences that are enhanced with Liverpool’s great spirit.
A partnership between Jamie Oliver and his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, Jamie's Italian is all about serving up rustic, Italian food made using the best possible ingredients, plus fresh pasta that’s made on-site every day, and an award-winning children's menu, too.