Food and Drink in Liverpool

Celebrate Graduation Season At Delifonseca Dockside

With graduation season upon us, Delifonseca Dockside is the perfect spot for Liverpool’s newest graduates and their families to raise a toast and celebrate. 

Located on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront in Brunswick, just a mile from the city centre, the award-winning eatery has long been a foodie institution for food lovers, families and friends. From now up until July 12th, the restaurant is offering a special menu designed with students’ momentous occasion in mind.

“We believe in the joy of food and the importance of celebrating life’s milestones with those you love,” said proprietor Candice Fonseca. “Our space is perfect for bringing people together, whether you’re a group of six or a party of twenty. We welcome everyone, from small children to grandparents.”

When guests arrive, they’ll be greeted with a complimentary glass of bubbly to toast the graduate’s success, before enjoying a special menu that offers a choice between a two-course meal for £30 or a three-course meal for £36, featuring dishes crafted with the freshest ingredients, many sourced from local farmers and producers.

Candice added: “Our menu changes regularly based on what’s in season and what inspires our chefs. We have a passion for food and want our guests to enjoy that.”

The dining space at Delifonseca Dockside is designed to transform throughout the day, from a bright breakfast spot to a lively lunch venue and, in the evenings, a cozy, candlelit space perfect for dinner. This adaptability makes it an ideal setting for graduation celebrations, no matter the time of day.

The special graduation menu will be available from 1pm to 3pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and from 1pm to 9pm on Thursdays and Fridays. Reservations are recommended due to the popularity of the event.

To book a table, visit or call 0151 255 0808.


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