Hanover Street has sprung to life over recent years with a good mix of restaurants and bars, whether you fancy Tapas, fried chicken, a gastro pub or a taste of France there’s plenty to choose from. Here’s our guide to Hanover Street Restaurants and Bars.
Hanover Street Restaurants and Bars
Lunya is a multi-award winning Catalan and Spanish deli, restaurant and bar just a stone’s throw from Liverpool One. Enjoy a glass of Sangria whilst you take in the stunning venue adorned with Catalan artwork, or browse the hundreds of home made products in the deli, ready to take home with you after your delicious meal.
Yard and Coop
Yard and Coop is all about ‘birds, booze and beats’. It is the home of buttermilk fried chicken and quirky sides that will leave you spoilt for choice. The restaurant has themed days of the week like Wing It Wednesdays and Friday Club, £5 lunch specials, quiz nights, and kids eat for free. What more could you want?
Ropewalks Bar and Kitchen
Ropewalks Bar and Kitchen is a gorgeous international restaurant with fitting decor inspired by Liverpool’s maritime heritage. It is a casual dining experience with a classy twist. Within the menu you’ll find the Ropewalks Signatures, including the traditional Liverpool Scouse; pickled red cabbage and baltic bakehouse sourdough bread.
For a novel and streamlined dining experiences try a taste of Brazil. At Bem Brasil food is brought around on swords where you can try an all you can eat style challenge of various different meats as well as a salad bar option. Colourful cocktails are also available here. Simply turn your card to green on your table and you’re good to go. When the server sees red on your card, they know you’ve had your fill!
Hanover Street Social
Hanover Street Social provides a taste of France with their brasserie style menu. It is packed full of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes as well as tasty desserts and fancy house cocktails. On Sundays it is two courses for under £20, and you can order from a selection of traditional roasts. Add a third course and it will set you back only £21.95.
Bistro Franc is another authentic French restaurant. It serves breakfast, lunch and evening meals, and has a well-established two or three course pre-theatre menu; perfect for when Liverpool’s beloved venues can safely reopen.
George’s Great British Kitchen
George’s celebrates simply British food, but adds its own little touches to set it apart from other British restaurants. Expect burgers, steaks, homemade pies and good old fish and chips.
Relatively new onto the scene, Lounge 69 opened in 2018, replacing Herbert’s of Liverpool. This gorgeous little restaurant and bar opens from 9.30am, seven days a week, serving food until 9pm including breakfast until 12.30pm. On an evening, Lounge 69 is perfect for a date night, with its steampunk-esque furniture lit by gorgeous fairy lights. Friday nights feature a live DJ until 2am, and karaoke is a must on a night out with friends. Don’t miss Prosecco Hour, where you’ll pay £15 per bottle, everyday from 5pm to 7pm.
For a taste of the Caribbean try Turtle Bay where hot sauces like Encona are scattered amongst the tables, the cocktails flow (and are one for your instagram feeds) and the Jerk Chicken has a fiery kick.
Brian’s Bar in Epstein Theatre
Now this little bar is currently only open to the public once a month (aside from audiences) for the Epstein Lounge Sessions events. It is situated inside a stunning 107-year-old venue that will add a touch of class to your evening.
Salt House Tapas
Salt House Tapas is the sibling restaurant of Hanover Street Social and Bacaro. As the name suggests, you can feast on Spanish style small plates, and at lunch time, you can get three tapas plates and crusty bread for £13.95. Gin lovers will also be at home with Salt House’s impressive gin selection.
Albert’s Schenke celebrates the bier making kingdoms of Bavaria and Bohemia. It is the younger sibling of Manchester’s Albert’s Schloss, both named after Prince Albert. The Cook Haus menu will take you on a whistle stop tour of the Alps, featuring dishes inspired from Alpine Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland. Albert’s Schenke also has an extensive drinks menu including cocktails, and the venue’s own fresh pilsner, Liverpool Rein, is a must. Read our review of Albert’s Schenke.
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