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Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide: The Best Places To Eat And Drink Around Hope Street, The Georgian Quarter and Hardman Street.

Hope Street is one of the city’s most vibrant areas. At one end of the street you’ll find the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, the biggest cathedral in the UK and at the other end you’ll see the architectural delight of Paddy’s Wigwam, otherwise known as the Metropolitan Cathedral.

In between these two amazing buildings there’s restaurants and bars aplenty as well as the famous Philharmonic Hall and the Everyman Theatre. So if you’re looking for somewhere for a pre-theatre bite to eat or a few drinks before a show at the Phil then you’ll find just what you’re looking for here.

The Quarter

The Quarter Liverpool

The Quarter is located just off Hope Street, on Faulkner Street, in the heart of the Georgian Quarter. This Italian inspired restaurant is one of our favourites, with it’s laid back but bustling atmosphere. We’d recommend booking as it’s always busy. Pizza and pasta dishes are it’s focal point as you’d expect from any good Italian, but there’s plenty on the menu to keep everyone happy. The Quarter is a perfect dining spot to catch up with friends over delicious food.


Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Papillon Pub Liverpool

Gastro Pub Papillon is a warm and stylish restaurant and bar where you can enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. Popular dishes include the venison scotch egg, gin cured salmon with pickled cucumber and chilli beef brisket cornbread pie. Papillon does gasto-pub food very well and with plenty of cask ales, wines and spirits available plus their regular jazz nights, it’s a Hope Street hotspot.

The London Carriage Works

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars TLCW

The London Carriage Works, along with 60 Hope Street, is one of the best restaurants in Liverpool. The award-winning restaurant fuses contemporary international dishes while sourcing local produce for its mouth watering menu. There’s also a bar menu available if you’re looking for a casual bite to eat.


Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide - 1931

1931, part of the Hope Street Hotel, specialises in hand-stretched pizzas, pasta, meatballs, salads, and sharing boards. It’s a sophisticated yet laid back restaurant that’s perfect for a date night, catching up with friends or having a family meal. It’s one of our favourite pizza spots in the city.

The Queen of Hope Street

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide - The Queen of Hope Street

Located on the corner of Hope Street and Myrtle Street, The Queen of Hope Street pub has a serious selection of rotating mainly local cask ales, stouts, ciders, crafty beers, whiskeys, some lovely cocktails and very nice wines. They have the football and other sports on their screens and they serve soup, sandwiches and pies. Great for a laid back pint.


Hope Street Restaurants and Bars - Souvla

When it comes to Hope Street restaurants and bars, it’s well worth walking an extra few hundred yards to Hardman Street. Souvla (formerly known as Grilla) serves Gyros, Souvlaki, Schnitzels, Seafood and Swedish meatballs and there’s plenty more to choose from with veggie and vegan options available.

The Florist

Blooming Fabulous First Birthday Planned For The Florist

The Florist, on Hardman Street, is one of the city’s most beautiful venues and no doubt a quick search on Instagram will reveal all. With breathtaking floral installations throughout the impressive building, the Old Blind School, you’ll feel like you’re dining in a fairytale. The Florist needs to be seen to be believed.

Buyers Club

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars - Buyers club

Another of our favourite Hardman Street hangouts is Buyers Club. It attracts a cool crowd and flits effortlessly between wine bar, cocktail parlour and restaurant, serving incredible pasta dishes and pizza. The beer garden is a stunning space during the warmer months and the roast dinners are jaw droppingly amazing too.


Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Frederik's

Frederik’s is an effortlessly cool Brooklyn-inspired bar offering a wide range of craft beers, gin and prosecco serves and also enjoys an unmatched reputation for some of the best cocktails in town, many of them award-winning. Serving great pizzas and Sunday Roasts they keep it simple and get it right. Look out for their Hope Street Jazz nights which are always popular. Out of all Hope Street restaurants and bars, Frederik’s will always draw us back in time and time again.

Free State Kitchen

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Free State Kitchen

Free State Kitchen provide their own twist on American classics with locally sourced, quality produce at the heart of what they do. You’ll find burgers, hot dogs Mac ‘N’ Cheese and chilli cheese fries as well as the NYC deli sandwich and fried clams on the menu. There’s veggie and vegan options available too.

Jenever Gin Bar

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Jenever Gin Bar

Serving over 120 gins with cocktails, beers and spirits available, Jenever really is a gin-lovers paradise. They also offer an amazing gin tasting experiences.

Casa Bar

Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide - Casa Bar

Casa Bar is a welcoming establishment that serves a variety of Continental beers. There’s also a fascinating history to the bar, as it was originally set up as a community organisation and bar by the sacked dockers of the 1995-1998 dockers dispute.

The Pen Factory

The Pen Factory Liverpool

The Pen Factory embraces the best of British and European cuisine. With a focus on small plates and sharing dishes. They stock a diverse selection of both alcoholic and none alcoholic drinks providing the most exciting range possible for their customers. They like to keep us on our toes by constantly evolving their stock so there’s always something new to try.

Have we missed your favourite place from our Hope Street Restaurants and Bars Guide? Let us know in the comments below.


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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