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Capeesh Italian Restaurant Arrives in Liverpool

Located in the iconic Pacific Chambers building on Victoria Street in Liverpool, Capeesh will bring a new dining experience to the city.  With a menu of classic pasta and grill dishes as well as Neapolitan style pizzas from a state of the art wood-fired pizza oven Capeesh will deliver exceptional food and service to match.

The Italian renaissance style of the building has been at the forefront of the design and build process. The award-winning, North West based firm, Four Architects, spear-headed the design to bring the team’s vision to life and revive the already stunning elements of this 100 year old building. Four Architects founder, Neil Dermott, said ‘The Art Deco inspired interior combined with high ceilings and new mezzanine has created a stunning space which will be just the start for Capeesh!’.


Offering a welcoming, family style of service will be at the heart of Capeesh. The team have expertly crafted the menu using only the highest quality, fresh ingredients with menu highlights including a 24oz ChateauBriand sharing steak and the ‘La Tartufo’ pizza which is guaranteed to be every truffle lover’s dream. The wood-fired pizza oven is the centre of the newly-built open kitchen and will ensure authenticity is served with every slice.

Encompassed over two floors, the 150 cover restaurant opens Saturday 23 July and will then be open Tuesday to Sunday for both lunch and evening dining. A private dining room is also available for a more intimate dining experience.

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Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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